History Creator / DwayneMcDuffie

18th Sep '15 6:03:02 PM GovernorExplosion
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* LongLostRelative: Keegan-Michael Key of ''Series/KeyAndPeele'' is Duffie's paternal half-brother, but the two never met (or were aware of each other's existence) during Duffie's lifetime. The explanation is a bit complicated, so we'll let Key explain it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6NQtxABL-M here]].
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* LongLostRelative: Keegan-Michael Key of ''Series/KeyAndPeele'' is Duffie's paternal half-brother, but the two never met (or were aware of each other's existence) during Duffie's lifetime. The explanation is a bit complicated, so we'll let Key explain it elaborate [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6NQtxABL-M here]].
18th Sep '15 6:02:15 PM GovernorExplosion
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* LongLostRelative: Keegan-Michael Key of ''Series/KeyAndPeele'' is Duffie's paternal half-brother, but the two never met (or were aware of each other's existence) during Duffie's lifetime. The explanation is a bit complicated, so we'll let Key explain it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6NQtxABL-M here]].
5th Sep '15 10:35:16 PM MechWarrior
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-> ''"[[WesternAnimation/AllStarSuperman Hes not dead, hes up there fixing the sun.]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming And when hes done hell be back,]] [[TearJerker and Ill be here waiting for him.]]"''
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-> ''"[[WesternAnimation/AllStarSuperman Hes not dead, hes up there fixing the sun.]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments And when hes done hell be back,]] [[TearJerker and Ill be here waiting for him.]]"''
2nd Mar '15 10:08:08 AM TotemicHero
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In honor of his work, the Dwayne [=McDuffie=] Award for Diversity was created, for comics that promote racial, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin diversity]].
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In honor of his work, the Dwayne [=McDuffie=] Award for Diversity was created, for comics that promote racial, promote, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin diversity]].
23rd Feb '15 8:34:19 AM TotemicHero
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In honor of his work, the Dwayne [=McDuffie=] Award for Diversity was created, for comics that promote racial, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin diversity]].
17th Jun '14 10:11:13 AM RisefromYourGrave
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to [[Franchise/TheDCU the DC Universe]], and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for Creator/DCComics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several {{direct to video}} movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] '''Dwayne [=McDuffie=]''' was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African American African-American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''.''ComicBook/{{Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to [[Franchise/TheDCU the DC Universe]], and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for Creator/DCComics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several {{direct to video}} movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.

Works by Dwayne [=McDuffie=] with their own trope pages include:
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Works !!Works by Dwayne [=McDuffie=] with their own trope pages include:

* ''{{Comicbook/Hardware}}''
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* ''{{Comicbook/Hardware}}''''ComicBook/{{Hardware}}''

Other works by Dwayne [=McDuffie=] provide examples of:
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Other !!Other works by Dwayne [=McDuffie=] provide examples of:
11th Feb '14 9:41:26 AM PF
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to [[Franchise/DCU the DC Universe]], and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for Creator/DCComics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several {{direct to video}} movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to [[Franchise/DCU [[Franchise/TheDCU the DC Universe]], and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for Creator/DCComics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several {{direct to video}} movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.
11th Feb '14 9:40:52 AM PF
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African-American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to the DCComics Universe, and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for DC Comics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several DirectToVideo movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series. Before Milestone, [=McDuffie=] also worked at MarvelComics, where he created ''ComicBook/DamageControl'', a series about the people who clean up the mess after superhero-supervillain battles. Much later, he returned to Marvel temporarily to write ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', which had fallen into the hands of an editor who remembered [=McDuffie=]'s love of the characters from the days when they were both lowly Marvel minions together. Sadly and shockingly to his fans, [=McDuffie=] passed away suddenly on February 22nd, 2011 due to complications during a surgical procedure he had the day before. His last work was the script for ''JusticeLeagueDoom'', the animated version of ''JLA: Tower of Babel''. He was 49, having just recently had a birthday ''a day'' before his death.
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African-American African American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to [[Franchise/DCU the DCComics Universe, DC Universe]], and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for DC Comics, Creator/DCComics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several DirectToVideo {{direct to video}} movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''{{Ben ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series. Before Milestone, [=McDuffie=] also worked at MarvelComics, Creator/MarvelComics, where he created ''ComicBook/DamageControl'', a series about the people who clean up the mess after superhero-supervillain battles. Much later, he returned to Marvel temporarily to write ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', which had fallen into the hands of an editor who remembered [=McDuffie=]'s love of the characters from the days when they were both lowly Marvel minions together. Sadly and shockingly to his fans, [=McDuffie=] passed away suddenly on February 22nd, 22, 2011 due to complications during a surgical procedure he had the day before. His last work was the script for ''JusticeLeagueDoom'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'', the animated version of ''JLA: Tower of Babel''. He was 49, having just recently had a birthday ''a day'' before his death.

* ''{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}''
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* ''{{Ben ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}''

* ''{{Justice League}}''
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* ''{{Justice ''WesternAnimation/{{Justice League}}''

* ''{{Justice League Doom}}''
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* ''{{Justice ''WesternAnimation/{{Justice League Doom}}''

* ''{{Static Shock}}''
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* ''{{Static ''WesternAnimation/{{Static Shock}}''

* AuthorTract: Dwayne would often include his thoughts on race relations in his work. One of the more notable examples would be an issue of ''{{Icon}}'' which talked about the historical importance of the {{Blaxploitation}} superheroes of the 70s.
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* AuthorTract: Dwayne [=McDuffie=] would often include his thoughts on race relations in his work. One of the more notable examples would be an issue of ''{{Icon}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Icon}}'' which talked about the historical importance of the {{Blaxploitation}} superheroes of the 70s.1970s.

* ChildProdigy: Dwayne went to college as a child. * DeadpanSnarker: There's no better example than "Teenage Negro Ninja Thrashers", a mock pitch satirizing the state of black Marvel characters in the late 80s (along with the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles). * DoingItForTheArt: Dwayne was very passionate about his work, and one of his final online posts was him showing joy at Static, one of his original creations, finally being made into an Action Figure. * ExecutiveMeddling: [[http://comiccritics.com/2009/06/16/the-sad-strange-tale-of-dwayne-mcduffie/ This sums it up pretty well]]. (At least some of it, such as Hawkgirl's death ruining a planned romance arc, has been confirmed true.)
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* ChildProdigy: Dwayne [=McDuffie=] went to college as a child. * DeadpanSnarker: There's no better example than "Teenage Negro Ninja Thrashers", a mock pitch satirizing the state of black Marvel characters in the late 80s '80s (along with the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles). ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''). * DoingItForTheArt: Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was very passionate about his work, and one of his final online posts was him showing joy at that Static, one of his original creations, was finally being made into an Action Figure. action figure. * ExecutiveMeddling: [[http://comiccritics.com/2009/06/16/the-sad-strange-tale-of-dwayne-mcduffie/ This sums it up pretty well]]. (At At least some of it, such as Hawkgirl's death ruining a planned romance arc, has been confirmed true.)
20th Dec '13 1:36:52 PM FirebirdMaximus
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* AuthorTract: Dwayne would often include his thoughts on race relations in his work. One of the more notable examples would be an issue of ''{{Icon}}'' which talked about the historical importance of the {{Blaxploitation}} superheroes of the 70s.
19th Aug '13 8:47:45 AM Viira
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-> ''"[[AllStarSuperman Hes not dead, hes up there fixing the sun.]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming And when hes done hell be back,]] [[TearJerker and Ill be here waiting for him.]]"''
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-> ''"[[AllStarSuperman ''"[[WesternAnimation/AllStarSuperman Hes not dead, hes up there fixing the sun.]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming And when hes done hell be back,]] [[TearJerker and Ill be here waiting for him.]]"''

Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African-American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to the DCComics Universe, and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for DC Comics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''StaticShock'', ''JusticeLeague'' and several DirectToVideo movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.
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Dwayne [=McDuffie=] was an American comic book writer, known mostly for his creation of the African-American superhero ''{{Comicbook/Static}}''. Although originating in [=McDuffie's=] indie MilestoneComics label, Static eventually moved to the DCComics Universe, and his creator followed suit. [=McDuffie=] wrote for DC Comics, and contributed to various animated DC spin-offs, including ''StaticShock'', ''JusticeLeague'' ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and several DirectToVideo movies. He was the main writer and editor for the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Alien Force}}'' and ''{{Ben 10 Ultimate Alien}}'' animated series.
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