Andrew Dabb

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Andrew Dabb (born in Ogden, Utah; currently residing in Los Angeles) is an American writer, working in the field of television, movies, and graphic novels.


Andrew Dabb's works include Ghostbusters: Legion, Happydale: Devils in the Desert, and Atomika; as well as the G.I. Joe and Dungeon and Dragons series.[citation needed] Dabb wrote the webcomic series Slices for[citation needed]

Dabb currently writes for the television show Supernatural on The CW,[1][better source needed] including the episode "I Believe the Children Are Our Future"[2] and a proposed spin-off, titled Supernatural: Bloodlines.[3][4] He also penned the series' season 11 finale and took over as co-showrunner for series' twelfth season onwards.[5]


  1. ^ Andrew Dabb website.
  2. ^ Supernatural: Clip from Ep. 6 and Some New Casting News
  3. ^ Glass, Andrew. "Andrew Dabb is writing spin off. And he is going to kill it!," (July 25, 2013). (Glass is a Supernatural writer.)
  4. ^ "'Supernatural: Bloodlines' boss on monster families, more". Entertainment Weekly's Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  5. ^ Ausiello, Michael; Gelman, Vlada (May 13, 2016). "Supernatural Names New Showrunners as Jeremy Carver Moves to Frequency". TVLine. Retrieved May 14, 2016.

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