Man of Action Studios

Man of Action Studios
Founded 2000 (2000)
Founders Joe Kelly
Joe Casey
Duncan Rouleau
Steven T. Seagle
Website manofaction.tv

Man of Action Entertainment[1] is an American writer collective specializing in various brands of media ranging from television, films, comic books, and animation. The studio is best known for their hit animated action shows, superhero drama, live-action movies and serial comics, such as Ben 10, Generator Rex, The Secret Saturdays, and Big Hero 6.

Man of Action Entertainment was founded in 2000.[2] It is owned and operated by comic book writers and artists Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle.[3][4]

List of Man of Action Entertainment works

TV series

TitleFirst YearLast YearProduction companyChannels
Ben 10 franchise2005presentCartoon Network StudiosCartoon Network
The Secret Saturdays20082009
Generator Rex20102013
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes20102013Marvel AnimationDisney XD
Gormiti Nature Unleashed20122014Giochi Preziosi
Mondo TV
Cartoon Network
Ultimate Spider-Man20122017Marvel AnimationDisney XD
Monsuno20122014Jakks Pacific
Dentsu Entertainment Inc.
The Topps Company
Larx Entertainment
FremantleMedia North America
Nicktoons
Marvel's Avengers Assemble2013presentMarvel AnimationDisney XD
Zak Storm2016presentZagtoon
Method Animation
De Agostini Editore
SAMG Animation
MNC Animation
Discovery Family
Big Hero 6: The Series2017presentDisney Television AnimationDisney Channel
Mega Man: Fully Charged2018presentCapcom
DHX Media
Dentsu Entertainment USA
DHX Studios Vancouver
Cartoon Network (USA)
Disney XD (Asia)
Family Chrgd (Canada)
Knights of the Zodiac: Saint Seiya[5]2019presentToei AnimationNetflix (streaming)
Psycho Soldiers:The Series2019PresentSNK
Disney Television Animation
Disney Channel

Comic/Graphic novels

Adult Works

TitleWriterPublishing company
"Hell Cop"Joe CaseyImage
"Codeflesh"Joe CaseyImage
"Gødland"Joe CaseyImage
"Nixon's Pals"Joe CaseyImage
"Krash Bastards"Joe CaseyImage
"Charlatan Ball"Joe CaseyImage
"Officer Downe"Joe CaseyImage
"Ziggy Marley's Marijuanaman"Joe CaseyImage
"Butcher Baker, Righteous Maker"Joe CaseyImage
"Doc Bizarre M.D."Joe CaseyImage
"The Bounce"Joe CaseyImage
"Sex"Joe CaseyImage
"M. Rex"Joe KellyImage
"I Kill Giants"Joe KellyImage
"Four Eyes"Joe KellyImage
"Douglas Fredericks and The House of They"Joe KellyImage
"Bad Dog"Joe KellyImage
"M. Rex"Duncan RouleauImage
"The Nightmarist"Duncan RouleauImage
"The Great Unknown"Duncan RouleauImage
"Soul Kiss"Steven T. SeagleImage
"Kafka"Steven T. SeagleImage
"Solstice"Steven T. SeagleImage
"American Virgin"Steven T. SeagleDC Comics/Vertigo
"Batula"Steven T. SeagleImage
"Frankiestein"Steven T. SeagleImage
"The Crusades"Steven T. SeagleImage
"Read Diary"Steven T. SeagleImage

References

  1. "Main page". Man of Action.
  2. Gaudiosi, John. "Man Of Action Studios Founders Talk Games And Transmedia". Forbes. Retrieved 2017-11-04.
  3. "About Man of Action Entertainment". Man of Action Entertainment. Retrieved 28 November 2015.
  4. "Man of Action". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-11-04.
  5. Cinema Today.jp
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