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Martin Pasko
Martin Pasko
Born Jean-Claude Rochefort
August 4, 1954
Montreal, Quebec
Died May 11, 2020 (Age 65)
Positions Writer

Jean-Claude Rochefort (born August 4, 1954; died May 11, 2020), credited as Martin Joseph Pasko, was a writer who wrote the The Incredible Hulk episode "The Creature and the Cavegirl".


He is perhaps most famous for his work on Batman: The Animated Series, which earned him a Daytime Emmy Award, and the feature film Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.

He wrote for comics including Vampirella, Superman, The Atom, Action Comics, Doctor Fate, The Flash, Metal Men, Wonder Woman, Star Trek, Swamp Thing, and Gargoyles as well as comic adaptations of Superman Returns, Smallville, and Birds of Prey.

Other notable film and television works include Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Thundarr the Barbarian, Goldie Gold and Action Jack, Fantasy Island, Mister T, The Berenstain Bears, The Twilight Zone, G. I. Joe, My Little Pony 'n Friends, Max Headroom, Superman, Simon & Simon, Roseanne, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Tick, Mega Man, Exosquad, Young Justice, and Cannon Busters.

Pasko passed away on May 11th, 2020 from natural causes. He was sixty-five years old.[1][2]


  1. Alan Brennert at Facebook
  2. Martin Pasko, 'Superman,' 'Batman: The Animated Series' Writer, Dies at 65 at The Hollywood Reporter

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