It's no surprise that a writer as visually oriented as Harlan Ellison -- and one repeatedly and inexorably drawn to the film and television media, despite the inevitable dissatisfaction with the results -- would also express his literary voice through print illustration.
What follows is an admittedly incomplete sampling of Ellison's graphic works as well as two stand-alone dramatizations (one a film script, the other a teleplay). For a much more comprehensive survey of Ellison's work in the comic book medium, visit The Sequential Ellison.
"The smile was lost in darkness as twilight turned to night in the cupboard, for morning had been only an illustion, milk delivery or not, and one more thing was said: 'There is no buffet in heaven.' "