Greg Rucka: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

Ten of My Favorite Greg Rucka Quotes 

Greg Rucka, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Greg Rucka quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Greg Rucka’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Greg Rucka made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favorites: 

About Greg Rucka

American comic book writer Greg Rucka is best known for his work on Action Comics, Batwoman: Detective Comics, and Superman: World of New Krypton for DC Comics, as well as his novels such as Queen & Country.
Born: November 29, 1969, San Francisco, CA, The United States
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels

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Popular Quotes

“Somebody’s got to win this war, right?”
― Greg Rucka, Lazarus, Vol. 4: Poison

 “She released his hand and sat back. That air of sadness had descended on her once more. His father had carried a similar melancholy after his mother had passed; Poe would see it descend on him like a shadow, settle over his shoulders like a blanket made of warmth and memory and longing and loss. Leia wore something made of the same material, and not for the first time Poe wondered how she had come by it and, perhaps more importantly, who had given it to her.”
― Greg Rucka, Star Wars: Before the Awakening

“The FN P-35 was known more commonly as the Browning Hi-Power, a popular enough firearm to those who used it, and in and of itself, nothing more needed to be noted. Except the fact that the Browning was the sidearm of choice for the Special Air Service, and while the gun itself was produced by Fabrique Nationale, a Belgian concern, and named after an American gunmaker–John M. Browning–there were many who thought of the weapon as Very British Indeed.”
― Greg Rucka, A Gentleman’s Game

 “In their armor they were all the same, and that was the point, he understood. But he took pleasure in the moments when he could see their variety and diversity—those moments when he could glimpse the people beneath the armor and see them as more than just faceless, nameless soldiers identified by letters and numbers and nothing more.”
― Greg Rucka, Star Wars: Before the Awakening

 “The need to do what’s right, and maybe find a little adventure along the way.” Poe shifted in his seat. “You remind me of my brother,” Leia said softly. “Fly like him, too, apparently.” Poe looked at her, surprised and flattered at once.”
― Greg Rucka, Star Wars: Before the Awakening

 “Knife fights are something that happen between the Sharks and the Jets, that’s it. Everywhere else, it’s not a fight, it’s just someone trying to goddam kill you.”
― Greg Rucka, Walking Dead

“So when she wasn’t sleeping or just sitting and listening to the storm or tinkering at her workbench, she flew.”
― Greg Rucka, Star Wars: Before the Awakening

 “In that moment he understood it had never been a game. He understood that he was never going to be one of them.”
― Greg Rucka, Star Wars: Before the Awakening

“It was, strangely, like coming home, as if this was the place Poe had meant to be all along.”
― Greg Rucka, Before the Awakening

“Everyone uses everyone, Tee. Way of the world, isn’t it?”
― Greg Rucka, Queen and Country: The Definitive Edition, Vol. 2

10 Famous Quotes by Author Greg Rucka

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Greg Rucka quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Greg Rucka quote below and sharing our favorite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Greg Rucka. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Greg Rucka quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Greg Rucka Quote 

“LOIS: The personal stuff you’ve been dealing with, did you feel like you needed someone to catch you? Were we not there for you?

DIANA: (pauses) You know how when people talk of depression, they talk of it both coming in storms and coming stealthily? So that, for many, it is the status quo, before they realize… that we lose our self-awareness in that. So I can’t… I can’t fault the people who love and care for me for not seeing what I did not myself see.

I think, again, when we have our moments of clarity, it is very easy to brush past them, to let the status quo continue. It can be very difficult and sometimes painful to turn and confront them. The only analogy I can think of is chronic pain. When that pain has been with you for so very long, it is background noise. And one is not aware of it until something happens that places it into relief.

LOIS: But you’re not talking about physical pain?

DIANA: No. And I am not certain I am talking about emotional pain either. It has been difficult for me to untangle. I think there is a psychological element to it. I think it is important–and I think as a reporter that you would be inclined to agree–that we question those basic assumptions that we often decide are true.

I have found myself in a position where a great deal of what I took as true no longer seems accurate.

That may be because I have changed. That may be because the world has changed. Or it may be because I was mistaken. And it is that last that is the most concerning. I put great stock in truth–I think that’s one of the reasons why we get along.”
― Greg Rucka

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