Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated, 2012-13

When I was a kid, Scooby Doo was my Saturday morning anchor. When I grew up and discovered anime, it made everything I watched as a kid look like junk with Scooby Doo as its chief representative. When I entered the animation industry, I couldn't imagine myself ever stooping so low as to work on a Scooby Doo cartoon. Fate, of course, had other plans.

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Wing Commander Academy, 1996

This was the first TV cartoon I ever worked on, and it was a perfect fit in every way. Based on the famous computer game series, it was loaded with high-octane sci-fi space fighter action. The staff took a chance on me, and it turned into a wild ride that went beyond everyone's expectations, including my own. It was a true right time/right place story with exactly the right amount of luck!

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Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 1, 2008

When I joined the crew of Batman: The Brave and the Bold in 2008, it was the beginning of a hugely enjoyable run that lasted for three seasons. I made it a point to save a lot of the materials from that production, so there's a ton of it to share. In this article, I’ll focus on my contributions to Season 1.

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Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, 2009-2012

This 2-season series wasn’t the first Marvel cartoon I worked on (that was the MTV Spider-Man series) but it certainly was the busiest up to that point. It was made during what we now call Phase One of the MCU, prior to the arrival of the first Avengers movie in 2012. This made it the last Marvel series before Disney bought the company - in fact, the buyout happened while EMH was in production - so it operated under a different set of rules about which characters could be used.

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