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Adam Beechen

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Nationality  American
Area(s)  Writer

Name  Adam Beechen
Role  Writer
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Notable works  Hench, Robin, Countdown to Final Crisis
Nominations  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program
Shows  The Batman, Rocket Power, Rugrats, Static Shock
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Adam Beechen is an American comic book writer who wrote Countdown to Adventure and co-wrote Countdown for DC Comics.


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Beechen has written scripts for various cartoons, such as Teen Titans, The Wild Thornberrys, Rugrats, Pink Panther and Pals, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated,Transformers Prime,The Batman, Edgar and Ellen, Littlest Pet Shop and the Ben 10 franchise. He was also the story editor on Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi for Cartoon Network. He was an executive producer on The Adventures of Chuck and Friends. He's currently the head writer on Transformers: Robots in Disguise which ends in 2017.

Beechen has written for the Nickelodeon live-action series, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, and for the short-lived drama Savannah.


Beechen wrote several Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys and Rocket Power comic strips for Nickelodeon Magazine.

Beechen's first credited published work was a graphic novel named Hench, with artist Manny Bello, was published by AiT/Planet Lar in 2004. He's also written scripts for Teen Titans Go! and Justice League Unlimited for DC Comics.

Currently, Beechen freelances for DC. He wrote issues of DC's weekly mini-series Countdown to Final Crisis and the mini-series Countdown to Adventure, featuring Animal Man, Starfire and Adam Strange, for DC. He wrote a Batgirl mini-series that detailed why she acted out of character in previous appearances written by Beechen.

His follow-up original graphic novel with Bello, Dugout, was released by AiT/Planet Lar in 2008. At the New York Comic Con, Wildstorm announced he would be writing a new series, Killapalooza, with Trevor Hairsine on art duties. Also at Wildstorm he took over writing Wildcats during the World's End storyline.


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