RIP Dwayne McDuffie
Newsarama reports that acclaimed comic-book and animation writer Dwayne McDuffie has died.
McDuffie may have been best known for his work in animation, where he was a producer on the acclaimed “Justice League” series.
He had a long career in comics as a writer and editor, and was the co-founder of Milestone Media. Milestone was formed during the comics boom of the early 1990s, by a group of African-American writers and artists. Milestone’s comics, which included Icon, Hardware, and Static, were published by DC Comics.
Static later came to TV screens in the early 2000s with the animated series “Static Shock.”
McDuffie wrote comics for both Marvel and DC and in recent years wrote and produced for the animated series “Ben 10.”
In 2010, he wrote the animated DVD movie “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.” McDuffie’s most recent project, writer of the direct-to-DVD adaptation of “All-Star Superman,” was released today.
Dan DiDio, co-publisher of DC Entertainment, has shared his sentiments via DC Comics’ Source blog.
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