|New Adventures on Barsoom|
|Author||John Joseph Adams + Various Others!|
|Published by||Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers|
The book Under the Moons of Mars: New Adventures on Barsoom is an unofficial and unauthorized anthology book written with new stories about the world of Barsoom and its inhabitants.
Forward & IntroductionEdit
- Foreword by Tamora Pierce
- Introduction by John Joseph Adams
The Metal Men of MarsEdit
- by Joe R. Lansdale
- Illustrated by Gregory Manchess
In this story, John Carter discovers a new threat to Barsoom, in the form of men merged with machines, and the 'god' that they worship. Martian gods and John Carter tend not to get along too well, as is demonstrated in this tale by comic legend and author Joe R. Lansdale.
- by David Barr Kirtley
- Illustrated by Charles Vess
The Ape-Man of MarsEdit
- by Peter S. Beagle
- Illustrated by Jeremy Bastian
A 'what if' story of the brief arrival of Tarzan of the Apes onto Barsoom. Finding a common bond with the Great White Apes, Lord Greystoke also finds he has a little too much in common with the Warlord of Mars, and when two are too much alike, conflict arises.
A Tinker of WarhoonEdit
- by Tobias S. Buckell
- Illustrated by Chrissie Zullo
The story of a young Warhoon, and his desire to be 'more', and create rather than destroy. His latest invention however, may spell doom for the entire planet.
Vengeance of MarsEdit
- by Robin Wasserman
- Illustrated by Misako Rocks
- by Theodora Goss
- Illlustrated by Joe Sutphin
A tale of John Carter's loyal companion not long after their association is cemented, Woola finds the origins of his species, as well as his long lost siblings.
The River Gods of MarsEdit
- by Austin Grossman
- Illustrated by Meinert Hansen
The Bronze Man of MarsEdit
- by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
- Illustrated by Tom Daly
A Game of MarsEdit
- by Genevieve Valentine
- Illustrated by Molly Crabapple
Sidekick of MarsEdit
- by Garth Nix
- Illustrated by Mike Cavallaro
A humorous tale of another Earthman who travelled to Barsoom not long after John Carter, and why he was never mentioned to the nephew of the Warlord in the various tales sent back home to Earth...
The Ghost of the Superstition MountainsEdit
- by Chris Claremont
- Illustrated by John Picacio
ERB and Barsoom fan, Chris Claremont, the legendary writer that put the X-Men on the map, tells a tale of the time that Tars Tarkas & Dejah Thoris accompanied John Carter back to Jasoom, and discovered a threat to that world that apparently came back with them.
The Jasoom ProjectEdit
- by S. M. Stirling
- Illustrated by Jeff Carlisle
The beginning of the tale of John Carter's Great Grandson, and Tars Tarkas' grandson along with the first Barsoomian mission to Earth, the return of Ras Thavas, Zodanga ascending, and their involvement in the Lunar invasion of Earth. A worthy successor to the Martian tales, tying together four of Edgar Rice Burroughs' settings into one action packed adventure.
Coming of Age in BarsoomEdit
- by Catherynne M. Valente
- Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta
We only know about Thark culture from an 'outside' perspective. What is it like to be a green man however, and to know what it is to belong to that community.
The Death Song of Dwar GunthaEdit
- by Jonathan Maberry
- Illustrated by Daren Bader
A tale of the last great battle of Barsoom, from the eyes and mouths of those that fought it.
- by Richard A. Lupoff
A Barsoomian Gazetteer, or, Who’s Who and What’s What on Mars