The original forum where Dwayne McDuffie would answer fan questions. No longer open to new posts.
I remember the first time he answered one of my questions. I don't remember the question or the answer. But I was excited the writer of the show would take time out of his day to answer my questions.
“Thanks for watching and reading, and stick around, the best is yet to come.”~Dwayne McDuffie
I have started a Chat to talk about him, if you want to go there here are the steps:
1) Go to http://webchat.freenode.net/
2)Type a Nickname in the first box.
3)In the second box, type "##RememberingDwayneMcDuffie" make sure to include two #'s and it is all one word.
4)Fill Out the captcha
RIP Dwayne McDuffie.
Goodbye, and thanks for all the fish.
sorry but i think its shutting down unless you can get in contact with his family and ask them for the bill and all future bills....
Dwayne McDuffie is best known as the co-founder and creator of Milestone Media. He is a Story Editor on the KIDS WB's Emmy Award-winning animated series STATIC SHOCK, which he co-created. He is also a Producer and Story Editor on Cartoon Network's JUSTICE LEAGUE. He is Editor-In-Chief of Milestone Media's award-winning line of comic books, managing an editorial operation which boasted the best on-time delivery record in the industry for nearly four years running and has also worked as an editor for Marvel Comics and Harvey Entertainment. As a writer, Dwayne has created or co-created more than a dozen series, including DAMAGE CONTROL, DEATHLOK II, ICON, STATIC, XOMBI, THE ROAD TO HELL and HARDWARE. He has written stories for dozens of other comics, including, SPIDER-MAN, BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT, THE TICK, CAPTAIN MARVEL, AVENGERS SPOTLIGHT, BACK TO THE FUTURE, HELLRAISER, ULTRAMAN, (The Artist Formerly Known As) PRINCE and X-O MANOWAR.
Dwayne won the 2003 HUMANITAS PRIZE for "Jimmy," a STATIC SHOCK script about gun violence in schools. He has been nominated for two EMMY AWARDS for the TV series STATIC SHOCK, a WRITERS GUILD AWARD for the TV series JUSTICE LEAGUE and three EISNER AWARDS for his work in comic books. His comic book work has won eleven PARENTS' CHOICE AWARDS, six "Best Editor" awards, and a GOLDEN APPLE AWARD for his "use of popular art to promote and enhance human dignity."
Dwayne was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and attended The Roeper School. Before entering comics, he studied in undergraduate and graduate programs at The University of Michigan, then attended film school at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He also co-hosted a radio comedy program, while moonlighting pseudonymously as a freelance writer for stand-up comedians and late-night television comedy programs. He has written scripts for an animated feature, episodes of BEN 10: ALIEN FORCE, STATIC SHOCK!, JUSTICE LEAGUE, WHAT'S NEW, SCOOBY-DOO? and TEEN TITANS.
Click here for my IMDB (Internet Movie DataBase) page.
For even more information, click through to the About Me page. And finally, if you still haven't had enough, here's a link to my 1988 Marvel Comics Pro-File.
people are all ready morning besides members here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67d92aku ... ture=feedu
Same as sumo. He took the time to answer my questions! He also had a convo on Facebook with me (as well as others) once about Doctor Who, The Daleks, Ben 10 & The Highbreed... What a great guy!
He was a fantastic role model. A fantastic writer and most importantly, he was a fantastic human being!
Ben 10, the world of comics and indeed the actual world will not be the same again!
R.I.P Maestro, a very talented and genuinely nice person taken far too soon
yea i don't know a lot of writers that would take time away to answer questions for there fans.....he was also the only writer i really cared to remember because i loved his work
i can honestly say he was one of the best if not the best writer i knew
To a true pioneer, advocate, hardworking talent and nice guy! RIP
http://www.comicsanddakine.com/2011/02/ ... uffie.html
I can do that, actually. Trust me on this one -- I set up the site originally, and Dwayne and I were friends.
really? i never knew that well good luck hope you succeed
Maestro was the first comic book writer I chatted with. It all started because I was messing with a JLU article at wikipedia, hahaha. I liked the place he had going on (this was during the hive era) so I stuck around. I learned a lot of awesome things from him, his friends and other followers. It was really awesome to see him reply to large discussions with tons of nonsense with short but sharp and to the point observations.
Dwayne was always a big picture guy. His work was always warm, human, deep yet tidy and really cool. Solid structure always characterized it.
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