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Sergio Aragones
(Movies & TV)
Bugs Bunny
(Movies & TV)
Pete Morisi
(Literature)
Dan Spiegle
(Movies & TV)
Jack Kirby
(Literature)
Joe Staton
(Visual Arts)
 

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Mark Evanier

Knowledge Identifier: +Mark_Evanier

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Mark Evanier

American comic book and television writer, particularly known for his humor work add

Category: Literature

Born in 1952.

Countries: United States (71%), Spain (14%), California (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sergio Aragones, Bugs Bunny, Pete Morisi

Linked to: Hanna-Barbera, Internal Revenue Service, Jews, CBS

 

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Mark Evanier was born in 1952 add something


1969

Evanier made his first professional sale in 1969 and almost immediately was taken on as a production assistant to Jack Kirby add something


1970

Sergio Aragones - Aragonés had created the humorous barbarian comic book "Groo the Wanderer" with Mark Evanier in the late 1970s, but the character did not appear in print until 1982


1974

In 1974 he teamed with writer Dennis Palumbo and wrote for a number of television series, including "The Nancy Walker Show", "The McLean Stevenson Show" and "Welcome Back, Kotter" add something


1989

He wrote the New Gods series of 1989-1991 add something


1992

Sergio Aragones - In 1992 he became the first Mexican ever to win the Eisner Award for his work in "Groo the Wanderer", along Mark Evanier


1993

Dan Spiegle - Spiegle re-teamed with Mark Evanier on three issues of Archie Comics' iteration of Scooby Doo. He is credited with doing the artwork for Nintendo Power magazine's "Nester's Adventures" comic in its later stages until it was discontinued in 1993


2000

Bugs Bunny - Notable among these was the 2000 four-issue miniseries "Superman & Bugs Bunny", written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Joe Staton


2002

Sergio Aragones - In 2002, writer Mark Evanier estimated that Aragonés had written and drawn more than 12,000 gag cartoons for "Mad" alone


2006

On May 26, 2006, Evanier checked into Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles and underwent gastric bypass surgery add something


2007

Having peaked at around 344 pounds by then, he subsequently lost nearly 130 pounds by June 2007 add something


2009

It won the 2009 Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Book add something


2010

"Wondercon Special Guests"; "Comic-Con" magazine; Winter 2010; Page 19 add something


2014

Conan" crossover for Dark Horse Comics in 2014 add something