Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Philip K. Dick)
The novel on which Blade Runner was based. [For more information, see "The origins of Blade Runner" and the "Literature" section]
The Blade Runner Comic
Published by Marvel Comics in 1982. Written by Archie Goodwin and illustrated by Al Williamson, Carlos Garzon, Dan Green and Ralph Reese. The comic was issued in three versions: the full version, a pocket size B&W version, and the newsstand two issue comic book version. This comic is reproduced on the website: http://www.BRmovie.com/Comic
Regularly for sale on eBay.
Blade Runner – A Story of the Future
Paperback – “Illustrated with More Than 60 Color Photographs, Based on the Movie Starring Harrison Ford”. Story adaptation by Les Martin and published in 1982, this is very much like the film, with slight variations. A fascinating story and great photos, if you want a copy, your best bet is eBay.
Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human (K.W. Jeter)
Blade Runner 3: Replicant Night (K.W. Jeter)
Blade Runner 4: Eye And Talon (K.W. Jeter)
Sequels (of sorts) to both the novel “DADoES” *and* the film “Blade Runner”.
The Bladerunner (Alan E. Nourse)
Related to the film “Blade Runner” in name only.
Bladerunner (A Movie) (William S. Burroughs)
Has nothing to do with Ridley Scott’s film, despite the title.
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