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The W - Print - Steve Gerber R.I.P
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CRAP!

He created Howard The Duck and Man-Thing for Marvel Comics and THUNDARR THE BARBARIAN.

He also was a head writer for the MR. T cartoon.

More recently, he was writing a Dr Fate series for DC that isn't finished.

CRAP!!



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He also wrote the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Contagion" from season two.

It is notable for two thing. Firstly, the Iconian gateway is reused in a DS9 episode. And it is also the first episode where Picard says "Tea, Earl Grey, hot."

He doesn't get to drink it though, as the replicators were malfunctioning and gave him a potted plant.




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