Dwayne McDuffie is co-founder and creator of Milestone Media, and most of the Milestone Characters.
Currently writing episodes of JLU and Teen Titans for WB.
His first major work was Damage Control, a Marvel series about the company that shows up between issues and tidies up the mess left by the latest round of superhero/supervillain battles. He followed that with dozens of various Marvel comics titles before writing Monster in My Pocket for Harvey Comics editor Sid Jacobson, whom he cites on his website as having taught him all he knows.
He was co-founder and editor-in-chief of Milestone Media, for which he created or co-created many characters, including Static, the basis of the animated series Static Shock.
McDuffie's television credits, in addition to Static Shock, include Justice League, Teen Titans, and What's New, Scooby-Doo?. He was a writer/producer for Justice League Unlimited.
McDuffie wrote the story for Justice League Heroes.
In 2003, McDuffie and co-writer Alan Burnett were awarded the Humanitas Prize in Children's Animation for the "Jimmy" episode of Static Shock. In both 2003 and 2004 he was nominated, with other Static Shock creators, for daytime Emmy awards. In 2005, he was nominated for the Writers Guild of America award in animation, with Rich Fogel and John Ridley for the "Starcrossed" episode of Justice League.