Greg Weisman

Greg Weisman


9/28/1963, Los Angeles, California, USA

Birth Name

Gregory David Weisman


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Greg Weisman (BA Stanford, MPW U.S.C.) has been a storyteller all his life. His first professional work was as an Associate Editor and Freelance Writer for DC Comics, where he worked on the Captain Atom title, among others. Greg worked at Walt Disney Television Animation from 1989 through…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • An animated version of Greg Weisman appears 18 seconds into the theme song of The Spectacular Spider-Man on the right side of the screen.

    • Prior to the current issues of Gargoyles, Greg has also written the following comics:

      - Captain Atom (1986-1991): Greg wrote 16 issues and co-wrote 33 along with Cary Bates (who also worked on Gargoyles and W.I.T.C.H.).

      - An 11-page story featuring the "Justice League Europe". Was a crossover parody with Gargoyles, and featured many injokes for the series. The story was published in JLA Showcase #1 and cover dated February 2000.

      - The second story in The Amazing Spider-Man #622 titled "Stages of Grief". The issue was released Februrary 24, 2010.

    • Greg is semi color-blind.

  • Quotes

  • Really A Real Fan

    This Guy is the master piece behind Young Justice Invasion he talent he's done a great job producing YJI
  • If Greg Weisman never did anything else in his life, Gargoyles would be enough to consider his life worthwhile.

    This is it y'all. The man who created the greatest and most underappreciated animated series in history, Greg Weisman of the Gargoyles! He made sure everything was added and done right to this masterpiece and to this day, makes sure his work of art doesn't get trashed in the comics.

    Other works of his include writing a few episodes for "The Batman" (he actually wrote the darker episodes), "Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go!", and being a producer and writer for "W.I.T.C.H." He's an avid person who puts a lot of work, passion, and dedication into what he does that he doesn't make it tiresome. There'll hardly ever be anyone else quite like him.

    Thank you Greg Weisman!moreless