As the planet Krypton exploded in a fiery holocaust Duncan Rouleau was shot into space! Which was odd, for Duncan is not from Krypton.
It was a “prank” perpetrated upon him by an evil cartel of older brothers, So began an early childhood spent running with the prey.
Duncan Rouleau has been involved in several aspects comic book creation. He was a writer for Alpha Flight and Dark Horse Presents, penciller for many comics including JLA, Superman, X-Factor and X-Men Unlimited. He has been an inker for several comics including Action Comics, Adventures of Superman, New X-Men and World’s Finest: Our Worlds at War. Duncan Rouleau has also been editor for the comic book X-Factor and cover artist for several comics including Alpha Flight, M. Rex, Teen Titans, Venom: The Hunted and X-Factor.
Besides comics, Duncan Rouleau has worked on films as an actor, production office manager, production assistant, storyboard artist, and tattoo designer.
As an actor, he played Paul in Sandman and a video analyst in One False Move. Duncan Rouleau was a production office manager for Blood and Concrete, a Love Story; a production assistant for Genuine Risk; a storyboard artist for Cyber Bandits, Leapin’ Leprechauns , Oblivion, Oblivion 2: Backlash and Trouble Bound; and a tattoo designer for Cyber Bandits.
Man of Action is a four-man writing team consisting of: Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joseph “Joe” Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle. They are well-known for their contributions to the comic book industry, but they soon went onto television shows, movie films, and video games.
Man of Action was formed by these four professionals, who dedicated themselves to quality writing, developing creativity, and conceptualizing new ideas for our entertainment and enjoyment.
They are most-known for creating the popular American animated television series, Ben 10, currently airing only on Cartoon Network. They also have been known to work onX-Men, Spider-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Justice League and many other action titles.