More About the Author
An authority on retro and modern popular culture, Brett Weiss is a meticulous, disciplined, detail-oriented writer. His areas of expertise include books, antiques, collectibles, video games, comic books, music, toys, horror, science fiction, vintage television, movies, and industry figures.
Weiss also writes fiction, primarily of the science fiction and dark fantasy varieties.
Weiss is a member of the Comics Buyer's Guide Review Crew and has had articles published in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Writer, Mystery Scene, AntiqueWeek, Fangoria, Filmfax, Game Informer, Video Game Trader, Classic Gamer Magazine, Scary Monsters, Toy Shop, Toy Cars & Models, Back Issue Magazine, Alter Ego, and other publications. He's also an archivist for mycomicshop.com, writing comic book descriptions.
Weiss is the author of four books: Filtered Future, The Land of Oz and other Dark Tales of Science Fiction and Horror (Dark Dreamers Publishing, 2012), Classic Home Video Games 1972-1984 (McFarland, 2007), Classic Home Video Games 1985-1988 (McFarland, 2009), and Classic Home Video Games 1989-1990 (McFarland, 2011).
When not writing, he enjoys reading, hiking, cycling, playing basketball and tennis, watching movies, playing video games, and hanging out with his wife and kids.
He lives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with his lovely wife, who is essential in helping him with various computer and photography conundrums that frequently arise; his two wonderful kids, who do a great job of making life fun; and a crazy dog and a fat, but sweet cat.