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* SoMyKidsCanWatch: ''Hilo: The Boy Who Fell To Earth'' is a prime example of this, as the idea for such a series genuinely came from Winick's then seven year old son, who asked if he could read any of his Dad's books. [[OhCrap Upon realizing]] that none of his earlier work fit the bill, Winick left his successful run on [[ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} DC's Catwoman]] to write something fit for his children.


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* BuffySpeakBuffySpeak: Is very fond of this, particularly in ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', where Barry would often utilize this trope to explain complicated scientific concepts to his non-genius best friend (and to occasionally HandWave certain impossible feats).



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* StrawmanPoliticalStrawmanPolitical: Winick's early work tended to use these in order to prop up a character delivering an AuthorTract, though he's gotten better about integrating his beliefs into his work over the years.



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* WriterOnBoardWriterOnBoard: As noted above, Winick has very distinct (often progressive) views and he tends to use his work as a platform for them. [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Much of this stems from his real life friendship]] with the late Pedro Zamora (an HIV-positive Gay Rights activist) and his relationship and subsequent marriage to fellow Series/TheRealWorld alum Pam Ling (which prompted him to include more diverse casts in his writing).


Winnick's first success in the mainstream comics field was ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', and he is currently under an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics. His other works include ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''; Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''; and DC's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]'', and ''Batwing'' in DC's "ComicBook/{{New 52}}."

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Winnick's first success in the mainstream comics field was ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', and he is currently under an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics. His other works include ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''; Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''; and DC's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]'', and ''Batwing'' ''ComicBook/{{Batwing}}'' in DC's "ComicBook/{{New 52}}."


Perhaps best known for his role on Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Series/TheRealWorld'', Judd Winick is an American cartoonist and comic-book writer. He began his career with the humor strip ''Nuts and Bolts'' while attending the University of Michigan, but Winick first found critical success with ''Pedro And Me'' - an autobiographical comic that told the story of how he and his ''Real World'' co-star (the late HIV-positive gay-rights activist Pedro Zamora) became best friends.

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Perhaps best known for his role on Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Series/TheRealWorld'', Judd Winick (born February 12, 1970) is an American cartoonist and comic-book writer. He began his career with the humor strip ''Nuts and Bolts'' while attending the University of Michigan, but Winick first found critical success with ''Pedro And Me'' - an autobiographical comic that told the story of how he and his ''Real World'' co-star (the late HIV-positive gay-rights activist Pedro Zamora) became best friends.


Winnick's first success in the mainstream comics field was ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', and he is currently under an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics. His other works include ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''; Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''; and DC's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', and ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]''. Winick currently writes ''Batwing'' in DC's "ComicBook/{{New 52}}."

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Winnick's first success in the mainstream comics field was ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', and he is currently under an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics. His other works include ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''; Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''; and DC's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', and ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]''. Winick currently writes Outsiders]]'', and ''Batwing'' in DC's "ComicBook/{{New 52}}."
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As of 2015, Winick's newest project is ''Hilo: The Boy Who Fell to Earth'', the first in a series of children's books. (Parents, please note that if your kid loves ''Hilo'', ''Barry Ween'' is ''not'' more of the same.)

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Perhaps best known for his role on Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Series/TheRealWorld'', Judd Winick is an American cartoonist and comic-book writer. He began his career with the humor strip ''Nuts and Bolts'' while attending the University of Michigan, but Winick first found critical success with ''Pedro And Me'' - an autobiographical comic that told the story of how he and his ''Real World'' co-star (the late HIV-positive gay-rights activist Pedro Zamora) became best friends.

Winnick's first success in the mainstream comics field was ''ComicBook/TheAdventuresOfBarryWeenBoyGenius'', and he is currently under an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics. His other works include ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''; Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}''; and DC's ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', and ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]''. Winick currently writes ''Batwing'' in DC's "ComicBook/{{New 52}}."

Judd Winick's works contain examples of the following tropes:

* BuffySpeak
* CatchPhrase: Winick's almost as bad as Creator/ChrisClaremont when it comes to reusing certain phrases. "That's a little on the nose" sees a lot of use, as does threatening someone with head trauma by saying he'll be "in a lower reading group."
* DeadpanSnarker: Barry Ween being the UrExample in his bibliography.
* StrawmanPolitical
* VerySpecialEpisode: Three notable examples--the "gay bashing" story from ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', the "Speedy has HIV" story from ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' and the "child abduction" story in ''[[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Outsiders]]'' (featuring John Walsh from ''Series/AmericasMostWanted'').
* WriterOnBoard
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