Christopher Adrian Jervais Lowder (b. 1945), known by the pseudonyms Jack Adrian, Jack Hamilton Teed, Bill Henry, James R. Montague and T. G. Cribbling, is a prolific writer of genre fiction, who in the 1970s and early 80s worked in comics. In 1970 he was assistant editor of the IPC comic Thunder, where he created "Adam Eterno", a character he wrote in Thunder and Lion, based on an idea by Jack LeGrand. In the late 1970s he wrote "The Man on the Road" for Valiant, "Day of the Eagle" for Battle, "Kids Rule OK" and "Blackjack" for Action, "Van Helsing" for The House of Hammer, "Timequake" and "Ro-Busters" for Starlord, "Victor Drago" for Tornado, and "Dan Dare", "Invasion", "Judge Dredd", "Tharg's Future Shocks" and "Time Twisters" for 2000 AD. He also co-wrote the small press comic Mek Memoirs with artist Kevin O'Neill in 1976.
- Adam Eterno - original creators
- 2000 AD Creator Profile
- Chris Lowder interview on Action, 2007 (video)
- Bibliography at ISFDB