Christos N. Gage is an American screenwriter and comedian e book author. He is thought for his work on the TV sequence Daredevil, Hawaii Five-0, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Numbers and the movies The Breed and Teenage Caveman. In the comics business, he has carried out appreciable work on the titles Angel & Faith, Avengers Academy, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Superior Spider-Man, Spider-Geddon and has written tie-in books for the “Civil War” and “World War Hulk” storylines.
In 2011 Gage was approached to put in writing Angel & Faith, the canonical continuation of the adventures of Joss Whedon’s Buffyverse characters, as a part of Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season Nine. The title was nominated for a Harvey Award for Best New Series.
In 2010 Gage wrote the unique graphic novel Area 10, against the law thriller about an emotionally disturbed New York police detective who, whereas on the case of a weird serial killer, begins to exhibit psychic skills after his head is impaled by a screwdriver.
In March 2008 Gage wrote the four-issue miniseries G.I. Joe: Cobra for IDW Publishing. That similar yr he wrote the primary seven problems with The Man with No Name for Dynamite Entertainment, which stars the long-lasting Western character portrayed by Clint Eastwood. The storyline is ready after the occasions of the sequel The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Later that yr he wrote the creator-owned sequence Absolution for Avatar Press, which focuses on a superhero actions after he develops post-traumatic stress dysfunction.
During Marvel’s “Civil War” storyline, he wrote the best-selling tie-in e book Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties Of War.
He additionally wrote the miniseries World War Hulk: X-Men whose first problem offered in extra of 85,000 copies. Gage wrote the tie-in e book Avengers: The Initiative, co-writing with Dan Slott starting with problem #8, and ultimately changing into the only author for the sequence with #20. He continued on via the conclusion of the run with #35. Spinning out of that sequence’ storylines was Avengers Academy, which Gage launched with artist Mike McKone. That sequence launched a number of new teen characters to the Marvel Universe and ran for forty points.
For Wildstorm Productions Gage wrote The Authority: Prime with Darick Robertson. His subsequent Wildstorm work included Wildstorm: Armageddon, Wildstorm: Revelations and Wildcats: Worlds End which was a part of a relaunch of quite a few titles.
Gage broke into the comedian e book business in December 2004 with the DC Comics miniseries Deadshot. One of his earliest Marvel Comics works was a Union Jack mini-series with Mike Perkins.
The Gages co-wrote episodes of the TV reveals Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Numbers. SVU creator Dick Wolf cites one in all their episodes from the sequence’ fourth season, “Mercy”, as “a excessive water mark” of the present’s 400-episode run, saying “I inform writers that if you are going to take a look at one episode after the pilot, it is that one.” The episode was nominated for a SHINE Award. In 2014 the Gages joined the writing workers of the primary season of the Netflix/Marvel TV present “Daredevil” which was nominated for 3 Emmy Awards  and gained the Saturn Award for Best New Media TV Series. They have been on the writing workers of Hawaii Five-0 for the present’s ninth (2018-2019) season.
Gage, with Ruth Fletcher Gage, tailored the Arthur C. Clarke novel Rendezvous With Rama for Morgan Freeman’s Revelations Entertainment. They co-wrote the 2001 movie The Breed, starring Adrian Paul, Bai Ling and Bokeem Woodbine, for Sony/Screen Gems and Starz. He wrote and served as affiliate producer on the movie Teenage Caveman for HBO; unbiased filmmaker Larry Clark directed and Stan Winston produced. In 2010, the Gages wrote the movie Paradox, starring Kevin Sorbo, for SyFy UK.
Christos N. Gage is the son of Greek-born writer and New York Times investigative journalist Nicholas Gage. His unique household identify is Gatzoyiannis. He was born in New York City, and grew up in Athens, Greece, after which North Grafton, Massachusetts. He attended Brown University, the place he majored in American civilization. He obtained his MFA in Screenwriting from the AFI Conservatory.