Marc Andreyko is a comic book writer and screenwriter, known for his work on books such as Manhunter for DC Comics, and Torso, a creator-owned true crimeseries he wrote with Brian Michael Bendis.
Marc Andreyko co-wrote the limited series Torso with Brian Michael Bendis, for which he was nominated for the Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize Awarded by the Audience and the Prize for Scenario (script) in 2003. He and Bendis have worked with Paramount Pictures on a film adaptation of the work.
He co-created with P. Craig Russell, an Eisner- and Harvey-winning one-shot for Marvel Comics featuring Dr. Strangeentitled What Is It That Disturbs You, Stephen?
In 1996, he directed a production of Joe Orton’s Loot for the Weathervane Theater in Akron.
In 1997 he co-created (with Jay Geldhof and Galen Showman) The Lost, a Harvey-nominated comics mini-series which continued the story of Peter Pan in modern times, with the protagonist presented as an amoral vampiric boy prostitute.
He has written comics for Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, and Todd McFarlane Productions/Image Comics.
In 2004 he began writing DC Comics’ Manhunter series, relaunching it with a third volume, in which he (with artist Jesus Saiz) introduced the character of Kate Spencer, the first woman to carry the long-running “Manhunter” legacy. He also created Spencer’s civilian business partner Damon Matthews, who is in a romantic relationship with superhero Obsidian, one of the few gay-identified couples in mainstream superhero comics. The series ran for 38 issues, and Andreyko went on to write a Manhunter back-up feature in DC Comics’ Batman: Streets of Gothammonthly series shortly afterward.
Later work includes The Ferryman for Wildstorm, created by Joel Silver, with artist Jonathan Wayshak. In 2010 he wrote Bruce Wayne: The Road Home: Oracle, a one-shot that tied into the Return of Bruce Wayne event. In 2011 he collaborated with artist Billy Tucci on a fill-in story for Birds of Prey, which featured his Manhunter character.
In September 2013, after the creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman announced their departure from Batwoman, DC co-publisher Dan Didio announced Andreyko as the new writer of the series, starting with issue #25. He continued as writer until the series’ end with issue #40.
In October 2014, Andreyko was announced as the writer of DC Comics series Wonder Woman ’77, set in continuity with the Lynda Carter series.