Dennis Marks was the producer of the show, story editor, writer and the voice of Dr. Proto.  Also creative director of Marvel Productions at the time the show was being produced, Dennis has written and produced hundreds of television and theatrical animation features for numerous companies including De-Patie-Freleng Enterprises, Filmation Studios, and Hanna Barbera. Dennis Marks interview

Dennis wrote the episodes: Origin of the Hulk and The Boy who saw Tomorrow

Michael Reaves is an Emmy award winning television writer, screenwriter and novelist.  Mr. Reaves has worked on the animated shows Batman:The animated series, Gargoyles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dungeons & Dragons, The Mighty Orbots, and Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.  He was also the story editor for the Spider-Man Unlimited series that aired on Fox in the fall of '99.  His work is quite extensive beyond the Animation field. Be sure to check out his web site to see what a prolific writer he is.

Michael wrote the episodes: Tomb of the Unknown Hulk, The Cyclops Project, Bruce Banner Unmasked, Enter: She-Hulk, and The Hulk Destroys Bruce Banner (co-writer)

Though little information could be found for Arthur Browne he wrote the Elvis Presley movie Clambake and was quite an accomplished television writer. Arthur has written episodes of The Rifleman, Planet of the Apes tv series, Gunsmoke, The Big Valley, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea & He-Man.


Arthur wrote the episodes: When Monsters Meet and The Incredible Shrinking Hulk 


Here's a man who is no stranger to current animation fans. Paul has been working as a writer of animation for over 20 years. He is most famous for the stellar work that he has done on the DC comic book animated shows such as Batman: The Animated Series, Superman, Batman Beyond, and Justice League. Paul had worked for Marvel Productions and Lucasfilm before moving to Warner Animation and has worked on many classic shows such as Dungeons & Dragons, Droids, Ewoks, Tiny Toons and Duck Dogers.

Paul wrote the episode: Punks on Wheels

Misty spent many years in Hollywood writing for television, including the
daytime drama Another World, Knotts Landing, Small Wonder, hundreds of cartoons including He-Man , J.E.M., and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  Misty is now a Christian writer of inspirational romance novels. Through her business, Ordinary Woman/Extraordinary God, she teaches other women how to experience that closeness to God using journals.

MIsty wrote the episode: Prisoner of the Monster 

Martin Pasko is a writer of television & cartoons and has written such series
as Mr. T, The Twilight Zone (1985), Max Headroom, Roseanne (story editor), and Batman: The Animated Series.  Martin also has written a large number of comic books from Marvel & DC comics.


Martin wrote the episode: The Creature and the Cavegirl 

Fred Ladd is best known for his influence on Anime in the United States. In
1957, Ladd dubbed the 1937 Nazi propaganda film "Weltraumschiff 1 Startet" into English and repackaged it into 6-minute feauture episodes released under the names of The Space Explorers. Due to his success Fred was approached for the translation of shows for an American audience, such as Astro Boy, Gigantor, Kimba the White Lion, and Sailor Moon.


Fred wrote the episode: It Lives! It Grows! It Destroys


In 1977 Marc Scott Zicree started a 5-year process to write his famous book
"The Twilight Zone Companion" interviewing dozens of writers and actors from
the series, screening episodes, reading teleplays and transcribing tapes. In
addition, Marc has written screenplays and over 75 teleplays. He does
story-editing for TV series, writes network pilots, movie scripts and has
worked on such shows as Smurfs, The Mighty Orbots, & Star Trek:TNG.


Marc co-wrote the episode: The Hulk Destroys Bruce Banner


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