Known for his dynamic storytelling and drawing skills, coupled with an almost encyclopedic knowledge of cinema between his ears, Chuck Patton is an Emmy award winning animation producer/director, art director, storyboard artist, and veteran comic book illustrator.
His successful list of credits as a director include Dead Space Downfall, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, NFL Rush Zone Season of the Guardians, Defenders of Dynatron City, Kong the animated series, Ultimate Book of Spells, Double Dragon, Swamp Thing, GI Joe, Wish Kid, Captain N, the Emmy nominated Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas and Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, which won the Prime time Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program.
Additionally, his storyboarding talents have been seen on a variety of shows such as Scooby Doo (Mystery Inc. and movies), DC Nation: Vibe, Batman: Brave and the Bold, Legion of Superheroes, Teen Titans, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, Hero108, Roswell Conspiracies, Dante’s Inferno, Secret Saturdays, X-Men Evolution, Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Robocop: Alpha Commando. Patton also done character design work on Dinosaucers, C.O.P.S, and Our Friend Martin and overseen the development into series for such classic hits as Captain Planet and Wolverine and the X Men among others.
A self taught comic artist (although with a degree in art), Patton is best known in comic circles for his work on DC Comics' Justice League of America in the 1980s, specifically for the period in which the team relocated to Detroit, Michigan, as well as his work on Teen Titans, Vigilante, X-Men Classic, The Brave and the Bold, Daredevil, DNA Agents and Blue Beetle.
He humbly dwells in Los Angeles, waiting for the next challenge.