Greg Weisman

Greg Weisman

Greg Weisman (born September 28 1963 in Los Angeles, California) is an American animation writer and producer most famous as the creator of the animated television series Gargoyles. Weisman is a former English composition and writing teacher and received degrees at Stanford University and USC.


Of late, Weisman is notable for the question and answer forum he participates in with Gargoyles fans online, often revealing his intended plans for the show. He announced on the forum a deal with Disney to continue the Gargoyles storyline as a comic book produced by Slave Labor Graphics beginning in 2006. The first issue of the bi-monthly book sold out its initial print run. (see Gargoyles (comics))

Weisman is not new to writing comics, having spent some time at DC as an editor and co-writing Captain Atom with Cary Bates. Bates later wrote several episodes of Gargoyles. He later wrote the series bible for Max Steel and story edited the show's first season. Weisman is also a voice director and was once a development executive at Disney. Weisman recently produced and story edited the second season of W.I.T.C.H., which is based on the comic book of the same name. He's currently supervising producer of The Spectacular Spider-Man for 2008. He also wrote an outline for Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, but was rejected by the story editor at the time.

Other Work

While not full time, Greg has written episodes for the following shows:

A parody of Gargoyles later appeared in a Weisman-penned story in JLA Showcase #1.

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