Bio: Chuck Kim is a writer on NBC's hit television series, Heroes, and he also writes the occasional story for DC Comics.
In the past, he's written for Justice League Showcase Giant, Dexter's Lab, Powerpuff Girls and various Secret Files.
Chuck's Dexter's Lab story, "Momdark," was adapted into an episode of the TV show. It features Mandark, Dexter's arch enemy, cross-dressing to infiltrate Dexter's household.
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Heroes, Volume One
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Scooby-Doo: Space Fright! - Volume 6
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[News, Posted 7/22/11]
Thursday at the Con was a big day for us because we had maybe the most major-est panels we’ve ever had, in our history-like, with the first one analyzing Buffy and the other exposing the X-Men! To call them queer (and not in just an LGBT way) is kind of redundant, so we thought they were naturals for the Con.
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[News, Posted 7/13/11]
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[Color Commentary, Posted 3/5/11]
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[Color Commentary, Posted 12/21/08]
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[News, Posted 5/29/08]
Our newest, latest, greatest, most LGBT-est Prism Guide, with a "Prism High" yearbook theme, has finally arrived in comic shops nationwide. If your comic shop doesn't carry it, ask them to order you a copy today! This article features an MP3 interview with editor Jonathan Riggs by Mr. Media, Bob Andelman, as heard on BlogTalkRadio.com.
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[Source: AndyMangels.com, Added: 7/26/11]
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[Source: Heroes Wiki, Added: 1/14/08]
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[Source: Comic Book Resources, Added: 12/14/07]
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[Source: Queerty.com, Added: 8/1/07]
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[Source: Comic Book Resources, Added: 3/17/07]
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