Eric Luke

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Eric Luke is an American writer.

Career[edit]

Film[edit]

Eric Luke began his career in film writing. Previous film work included: Explorers for Paramount Pictures, co-plotting the Gargoyles pilot five-parter for The Walt Disney Company, numerous screenplays for MGM and others, and also wrote and directed the latter two films in the Not Quite Human trilogy for the Disney Channel.

Television[edit]

Moving to television, he eventually wrote scripts for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series. He returned to television to Executive Produce, Story Edit and script the Fox TV animated series Xyber 9, which later aired on the Toon Disney channel.

Comics[edit]

His initial work in comics was Project: Overkill, a story drawn by artist Phill Norwood that appeared in Dark Horse Presents #30. Continuing with the Dark Horse Comics company, he then wrote the entire first series (1995–98) of Ghost, a run of 36 issues. He had also authored the Ghost Special during the summer of 1994. After Ghost ended, he moved onto the Wonder Woman series for DC Comics after his initial trial at writing that title's Annual #7 proved successful with editors.

Novels[edit]

His most recent work includes the novel Interference (2012) a meta-horror audiobook about an audiobook that kills, released free on iTunes.

Podcasts[edit]

Among his current projects is the podcast Extruding America, a deadpan satire in the style of Bob and Ray.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Christopher Priest
Wonder Woman writer
1998–2000
Succeeded by
Brian K. Vaughan