Cavan Scott

Cavan Scott

Cavan Scott is a New York Times bestselling author whose work includes novels, television, comic books and award winning audio dramas. He has written for a large number of high-profile series including Star Wars, Doctor Who, Assassin's Creed, Pacific Rim, Transformers, Back to the Future, Star Trek, Vikings, Adventure Time, Sherlock Holmes and more.

His latest creator-owned comic book series, the supernatural urban fantasy Shadow Service, launched in 2020 from Vault comics.

In 2018, Cavan became one of the five story architects selected to create Lucasfilm’s new multi-media initiative, Star Wars: The High Republic and he is currently writing the ongoing Marvel comic of the same name, as well as numerous books in the series. Cavan has written widely in the galaxy far, far away, from the Tales from Vader's Castle series to the Audie nominated Star Wars Dooku Jedi Lost. In 2020, he joined the writing team for Star Wars Kid's children’s game show, Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge and was the co-writer of Audible’s original audio drama Sherlock Holmes: The Voice of Treason. He is currently developing a number of original comic book and television properties.

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Updated October 14, 2022

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Books by Cavan Scott
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Series by Cavan Scott

Star Wars (79 books)
The Afterblight Chronicles (17 books)

Speculative Fiction Books

(Star Wars: The High Republic)
2023 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Wars: The High Republic)
2021 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Wars)
2019 | science fiction, space opera
(Judge Dredd: The Early Years #2 / 3)
2017 | science fiction, dystopia, collection, short stories
(Doctor Who: The New Series)
2017 | science fiction
(The Afterblight Chronicles)
2016 | science fiction, collection
(The Afterblight Chronicles)
2016 | science fiction
(Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Battles)
2015 | science fiction, short stories

Comics and Anthology

(Doctor Who: Short Trips #22 / 28)
2007 | science fiction, anthology

Fictions and Others