MP was aptly named "Pesky Pasko" by legendary comics editor Julius Schwartz, for whom he wrote for many years. He is a veteran writer and/or story-editor in a diverse array of media, including non-fiction and television, working on such shows as "Roseanne" and cult favorites "Twilight Zone" and "Max Headroom." He helped translate many comics to TV animation, including "The Tick," "Cadillacs & Dinosaurs," and "Batman: The Animated Series," for which he won a 1993 Daytime Emmy® Award. He is also a co-writer of the animated feature "Batman: Mask of The Phantasm." Pasko has worked for many comics publishers as well, writing "Superman" in several media, including TV animation, newspaper syndication, and webisodes as well as comics, and co-created the revamp of "Dr. Fate" that is the basis of the character's current, long-lived incarnation. He lives outside Manhattan in a tiny community, with his beleaguered family who request he not discuss them here because they have to show their faces in town.