List of Lone Wolf Media

List Of Lone Wolf Media

The following is a list of media published in the Lone Wolf series of gamebooks, and other derivative media based on the gamebooks. The original gamebook series, and the bulk of subsequent Lone Wolf media, was written by Joe Dever. The success and cult status of the original gamebooks helped in the creation of a spin off called The World of Lone Wolf, written by Ian Page, a series of novelizations, a collection of D20 supplements (released by Mongoose Publishing), and a number of video games and other derivative works.

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