SHORT STORIES: “Who Really Was that Masked Man?”; “My Creation, My Beloved”; “Dr. Karnstein’s Creation”; “Ranger to Eternity”; “Origin of a Super-Hero”; “F.R.A.N.K.E.N.S.T.E.I.N.”; “To be Frank”; “Vampire’s Gold”; “Valley of the Shadow”; “The Girl Who Taught David to Love”; Tales of Frankenstein (collection)
COMIC BOOKS, STRIPS & MAGAZINES: Tales of Frankenstein: The Graphic Novel; Captain America; Thor; Tarzan Weekly; What If; The Invaders; Kull the Destroyer; 3-D Man; Dagar the Invincible (creator); The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor (creator); Tragg and the Sky Gods (creator); Conan Annual; Solomon Kane; Tales of the Hyborian Age; Ghost Rider; Classics Illustrated; Forbidden Gallery; Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction; Vampirella; Creepy; The Creeps; Eerie; Psycho; Arrgh!; Twilight Zone; Ripley’s Believe It or Not!; Boris Karloff’s Tales of Mystery; Grimm’s Ghost Stories; Walt Disney Digest;Golden Digest; House of Mystery; House of Secrets; Chilling Adventures in Sorcery; Madhouse; Haunt of Horror; The Protector; Dr. Spektor Presents Spine-Tingling Tales; Bugs Bunny; Porky Pig; Tweety and Sylvester; The Little Monsters; Space Family Robinson; Ghost Manor; Ghostly Haunts; Ghostly Tales; Star Wars; Daddy Cool; Mystery Comics Digest; Eldorado Red (not published); Terra O’Hara (creator, with Alfredo P. Alcala); Fanta (creator); others
MAGAZINE ARTICLES (excluding “fanzines”): Modern Monsters (editor); Famous Monsters of Filmland; Castle of Frankenstein; Coffin Cuties;Dinosaur; Dinosaur Times; Dinosauria; King of the Monsters (associate editor); E-Go Collectors Series (associate editor); Monsters of the Movies (associate editor); Henry Winkler Magazine (associate editor); TV’s Dynamic Heroes (associate editor); Mediascene/Prevue (West Coast editor); Dinosaurs Invade Philadelphia; Pizzazz; Wizard of Oz; Monsters Unleashed!; Search Magazine; Vampire Tales; Science Fiction Illustrated; Natural History; Journal of Frankenstein; Scary Monsters; The American Way; Family Circle; Grit; Tiger Beat; Fave; Right On!; Incredible Science Fiction; Model Graphix; Dino-Frontline; Jack Kirby Collector; others
THEATRE: Creature from the Black Lagoon (1982 Bob Burns Halloween show, televised on CBS); Teenage Monster Rumble and The Prodigy Son (showcase scenes, also directed)
MISCELLANEOUS: You Bet Jurassic (Islands of Adventure, Orlando, FL); Dinosaurs in the Movies (museum laserdisc exhibit); record album, cassette & CD liner notes: Frankenstein and Dracula radio shows (liner notes); “Give Our Love (to All the People”) (song co-writer, Penny Arkade: Not the Freeze CD album; also performed, co-wrote liner notes); also liner notes for the three “Dinosaur Tracks” and three “Dinosaur Talks” CDs produced for Fossil Records and some DVDs for movies made by Frontline Entertainment; wrote and performed “The Mummy’s Wrap” for the movie The Mummy’s Kiss; wrote the Universal Monsters Press Kit (not issued); Tales of Frankenstein trading cards (set of 50, all different); various TV-show presentations for Marvel Productions and Dic Enterprises; also, briefly, copywriting for Milt Valera Public Relations, Van Nuys, CA; and wrote numerous scripts for Jim Harmon’s Mini-Drama radio series, two of which — “Frankenstein” (part 1) and “Madhouse of Death” — can be heard on the Tales of Frankenstein DVD.
FANZINES: Don began writing in 1962 for “fanzines,” contributing to many such publications (e.g., The Fantasy Journal, The Transylvanian Newsletter, Radio Hero, Review, Outre’, Night, Amateur Producer’s Magazine, Wonder Stories, Ready for Showing, Mammoth, Guts, Graphic Story World, Alter Ego, Journal of Vampirism, Prehistoric Times and Dinosaur World). In 1962, he published/edited (with Dick Andersen) the fanzine Shazam! and in 1994 the one-shot Dinosaur Tracks Newsletter.