Joe Casey has written in damn near every medium you could imagine. He creates things. He plays rock n’ roll. He causes trouble. He polarizes opinion. In other words, he does a lot of cool stuff.
Starting his professional writing career at Marvel Comics, Casey wrote for several titles, including Cable, The Incredible Hulk and Uncanny X-Men.
Casey wrote many titles for Wildstorm, like the highly experimental Automatic Kafka with artist Ashley Wood. Casey took over Wildcats and gave the series a new direction, moving it from the superhero genre to incorporate elements of corporate espionage. He wrote a Mister Majestic series with artist Ed McGuiness, after which they subsequently collaborated on Adventures of Superman, which Casey wrote for three years.
Casey wrote 2005’s Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes limited series and its sequel for Marvel Comics. Since 2001 Casey has produced creator-owned work through Image Comics, including Gødland, Codeflesh, Nixon’s Pals, Charlatan Ball, Doc Bizarre, M.D., Officer Downe. He also wrote a revamp of the original Youngblood miniseries by Rob Liefeld, called Maximum Youngblood. As well as discussing the ending of Gødland, Charlatan Ball and Nixon’s Pals, he mentioned that Codeflesh would be returning.
Casey was featured in a 2006 documentary about the 1990s comic boom and bust called Adventures Into Digital Comics. Casey also co-created the animated property Disco Destroyer with Scott Mosier and Jim Mahfood.
His other work includes the creator-owned series Sex and The Bounce for Image Comics, as well as Catalyst Comix for Dark Horse Comics, reviving many of the old Comics Greatest World superheroes from the 1990s.
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 on X-Men, Spiderman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Justice League, and many other action titles.