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  • Mark Evanier
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  • Evanier was also a story editor for Richie Rich and a voice actor in the 2010 video short Scooby-Doo: The Whole World Loves You!.
  • Mark Stephen Evanier (born March 2, 1952) is an American comic book and television writer, particularly known for his humor work, who wrote the comics Sergio Aragonés Stomps Star Wars, Spare Parts, and Junkheap Hero.
  • Mark Evanier is an American comic book and television writer, particularly known for his humor work. He is also known for his columns and blogs, and for his work as a historian and biographer of the comics industry, in particular his award-winning Jack Kirby biography, Kirby: King of Comics. Since 2008, he's been writer and voice director for The Garfield Show (starring Frank Welker).
  • Mark Evanier is a comic book writer who has worked on Indiana Jones Adventures for Dark Horse Comics. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • Mark Stephen Evanier (pronounced ev-uh-near; born March 2, 1952) is an American comic book and television writer. He first worked as an assistant for Jack Kirby as well as writing for various Disney comic books. He later did comics for Looney Tunes, Woody Woodpecker, Scooby-Doo, Tarzan, Korak, and Blackhawk. He is the co-creator of Groo the Wanderer (with Sergio Aragonés), The DNAgents (with Will Meugniot) and its spin-off Crossfire (with Dan Spiegle). He wrote "Point of View", a column for Comic Buyer's Guide, and Kirby: King of Comics, a biography of Jack Kirby.
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  • TV writer, comic-book writer
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  • Blue
Hair
  • Brown
Name
  • Mark Evanier
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  • 1952-03-02
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  • March
YearOfBirth
  • 1952
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  • Writer
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  • Santa Monica
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  • 2
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  • Eclipse Comics; Gold Key; Marvel
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  • Writer
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Gender
  • Male
RealName
  • Mark Stephen Evanier
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  • USA
Birthname
  • Mark Stephen Evanier
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  • Mark Evanier
Birth
  • 1952-03-02
Nationality
  • American
StateOfBirth
  • California
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  • Mark Stephen Evanier (pronounced ev-uh-near; born March 2, 1952) is an American comic book and television writer. He first worked as an assistant for Jack Kirby as well as writing for various Disney comic books. He later did comics for Looney Tunes, Woody Woodpecker, Scooby-Doo, Tarzan, Korak, and Blackhawk. He is the co-creator of Groo the Wanderer (with Sergio Aragonés), The DNAgents (with Will Meugniot) and its spin-off Crossfire (with Dan Spiegle). In television, he wrote for live-action shows such as Pink Lady and Jeff, The Krofft Superstar Hour (aka The Bay City Rollers Show), Pryor's Place, Bob (the fourth series to star Bob Newhart) and The Half-Hour Comedy Hour. His animation credentials include Scooby-Doo (in which he wrote the first episode featuring Scrappy-Doo, whom he developed), Plastic Man, Richie Rich (which he story edited), Dungeons and Dragons (which he developed), Thundarr the Barbarian, Mother Goose and Grimm, and Superman: The Animated Series, as well as both Garfield series. He wrote "Point of View", a column for Comic Buyer's Guide, and Kirby: King of Comics, a biography of Jack Kirby.
  • Evanier was also a story editor for Richie Rich and a voice actor in the 2010 video short Scooby-Doo: The Whole World Loves You!.
  • Mark Stephen Evanier (born March 2, 1952) is an American comic book and television writer, particularly known for his humor work, who wrote the comics Sergio Aragonés Stomps Star Wars, Spare Parts, and Junkheap Hero.
  • Mark Evanier is an American comic book and television writer, particularly known for his humor work. He is also known for his columns and blogs, and for his work as a historian and biographer of the comics industry, in particular his award-winning Jack Kirby biography, Kirby: King of Comics. Since 2008, he's been writer and voice director for The Garfield Show (starring Frank Welker).
  • Mark Evanier is a comic book writer who has worked on Indiana Jones Adventures for Dark Horse Comics. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Mark Evanier File:Mark Evanier.jpg Gallery Real Name Mark Stephen Evanier Pseudonyms Mark Evanier Employers [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] Job Titles Writer Gender Date of Birth March 2, 1952 Place of Birth Santa Monica, California, United States of America Creations DNAgents First publication Unknown
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