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Geoff Johns

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2009-05-07 16:07:22 uurandy Suffix none
2009-05-07 16:07:22 uurandy Website
2008-06-11 15:30:33 lulzmachine2 Suffix none
2008-06-11 15:30:33 lulzmachine2 Website
2005-12-20 14:17:10 Skyhawke Suffix none
2005-12-20 14:17:10 Skyhawke DOB January 25, 1973
2005-12-20 14:17:10 Skyhawke Birthplace Detroit, Michigan
2005-12-20 14:17:10 Skyhawke Bio Geoff Johns (born January 25, 1973 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American writer of comic books. He graduated from Clarkston High School in 1991 and from Michigan State University in 1995. Johns has written issues of The Avengers, JSA, The Flash, Teen Titans, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern: Rebirth. Johns is also the writer of the current DC Comics event Infinite Crisis. This event, the sequel to 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths, will significantly alter the status-quo of the DCU. Johns started out as a somewhat cult writer on Flash, before reaching stardom through Rebirth and his Titans relaunch. In 2000, he replaced James Robinson as David Goyer's co-writer on JSA. In 2003, with issue #51, Goyer left the title, and Johns has written it solo ever since. While in DC, he is known for creating Stargirl and a new version of the character Zoom for the current Flash. As of 2005, Johns shares a writing studio with Jeph Loeb and Allan Heinberg. Heinberg and Johns recently finished a JLA arc that bridged the aftermath of the miniseries Identity Crisis to the beginnings of Infinite Crisis. He also completed his five year run on Flash with issue #225. Johns is currently co-writing the Blade television series with David Goyer for Spike TV. In the summer of 2005, Johns and other prominent DC Universe writers Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Greg Rucka, and Keith Giffen played a heavy editorial role in guiding the DC Universe after the events of Infinite Crisis. Among other projects, the writers will be contributing to a weekly series called 52 that is to last for one year and cover the events that take place between the last issue of the Infinite Crisis mini-series and the issues of all DC Universe titles the following month that will now be set one year later. In December 2005, Wizard magazine named Johns its "Man of the Year" for his creative writing and editing work on DCU's Infinite Crisis. Johns based his Stargirl character Courtney Whitmore on his sister Courtney, who died in a plane crash in July 1996.

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