One of the most sought-after writers of animation and comics of the last decade, Adam Beechen serves as Producer and head writer for the Hub’s Transformers: Robots In Disguise, set to premiere in 2015. Previously, Adam was Executive Producer for the Hub’s hit pre-school series, The Adventures of Chuck and Friends, Adam has worked as Story Editor on such animated series as The Pink Panther and Pals, Edgar and Ellen and Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi. Adam has also written multiple episodes for such acclaimed series as The Littlest Pet Shop, Ben Ten, Ben Ten: Alien Force, Teen Titans, Secret Saturdays, The Batman: The Brave and the Bold, The Batman (for which he received an Emmy nomination), Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys, X-Men: Evolution, Little Bill, Jackie Chan Adventures, Static Shock and Mucha Lucha, as well as the live-action kids’ series Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, Out There, and The Famous Jett Jackson.
In comics, Adam worked as writer of the New York Times Best-Selling DC Comic Batman Beyond, and he has also been the regular writer on such popular titles as Teen Titans, Robin, Batgirl, W.I.L.D.C.A.T.S., Justice League Unlimited, Countdown to Adventure, his creator-owned Killapalooza miniseries,and DC’s major “event” comic, Countdown to Final Crisis. Adam’s original graphic novel Hench garnered rave reviews by Entertainment Weekly, Publisher’s Weekly and Variety, and he is the author of another graphic novel, Dugout. Adam has written more than twenty children’s books for Simon and Schuster, as well as an original young adult novel, What I Did On My Hypergalactic Interstellar Summer Vacation. Adam has branched into the field of video-game writing, plotting scripting the highly successful Batman: Arkham Origin Blackgate game, developing the stories for and scripting both Monster Labs, a Wii-Platform game, and Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi: Kaz-Napped for the Nintendo DS. Adam is also an award-winning playwright, with stagings of his one-act and short plays in both New York and Los Angeles.
Adam lives in a state of arrested adolescence in Los Angeles with his wife and their two dogs.
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