JOE KELLY broke into the comics industry in 1995 as the first successful "graduate" of the STAN-HATTAN PROJECT, a writing workshop conducted as a joint venture between MARVEL COMICS and NEW YORK UNIVERSITY'S Department of Dramatic Writing. Joe's flair for dialogue and characterization captured the attention of Marvel editors, not to mention his snappy attire and icy blue eyes that pierce a man's soul with but a glance.
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As the planet Krypton exploded in a fiery holocaust Duncan Rouleau was shot into space! Which was odd, for Duncan is not from Krypton.
It was a "prank" perpetrated upon him by an evil cartel of older brothers, So began an early childhood spent running with the prey.
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Joe Casey has written in damn near every medium you could imagine. He creates things. He plays rock n' roll. He causes trouble. He polarizes opinion. In other words, he does a lot of cool shit.
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Steven T. Seagle
His father was mistaken for Nixon and escorted to a safe area by the Secret Service before they realized they had the wrong man.
His mother was convinced there was no reason for a throw rug to be on the floor of a hotel room in San Antonio, Texas, and when she lifted it, a pool of fresh blood gurgled in the carpet beneath.
His brother convinced him at age six that his father was not his father and had been replaced by the government as part of a secret experiment.
Is it any wonder that Steven T. Seagle was destined to become a Man Of Action?
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