R.I.P. DWAYNE MCDUFFIE
Sadly, hours after I published a review of the All-Star Superman DVD, it’s writer Dwayne McDuffie passed away. McDuffie was a respected and pioneering Black comic writer, who created an all-African American superhero line in 1993 called Milestone Comics, and was the chief writer/editor for the Justice League Unlimited cartoon. He also created the popular young black superhero Static, and had popular runs on Marvel and DC comics such as Deathlok, Justice League of America and The Fantastic Four. The cause of his death is still unknown at this time.
Posted on February 22, 2011, in Comic Books, News and tagged Art, arts & entertainment, comic book movies, comic books, comics, dc comics, Dwayne McDuffie, geek, Geeks, marvel, marvel comics, movie news, movies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.