Pak, Greg Biography

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Greg Pak is an independent film director whose feature film, _Robot Stories (2003)_ (qv), has won many honors, including "Best Feature Film" at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. His short films _Asian Pride Porn (2000)_ (qv) and _All Amateur Ecstasy (2002)_ (qv) are some of the most popular, downloadable pieces available at Greg's short film _Fighting Grandpa (1998)_ (qv) has won twenty prizes, including a Student Oscar, and has been an official selection in over 50 film festivals. His other shorts include: "Mouse," "Po Mo Knock Knock," "Po Mo Love Doc," "Cat Fight Tonight," and "The Penny Marshall Project"; many of which have won honors and have been screened in film festivals all over the world. He was also the cinematographer of _The Personals (1999)_ (qv) an Oscar-winning documentary short, and was recently cited as one of the "25 Filmmakers to Watch" by Filmmaker Magazine. Greg majored in Political Science at Yale University, and was a Rhodes Scholar, studying History at Oxford University. Mr. Pak also played "Archie" the android in the segment "Machine Love" of _Robot Stories (2003)_ (qv). Greg currently serves as editor and moderator for the sites and

-   Majored in Political Science at Yale, and was a Rhodes Scholar. He studied History at Oxford.

-   He is half-Korean, half-Caucasian

-   He has written several comic books for Marvel Comics.

-   Wrote the 5-issue "X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong" miniseries for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the 6-issue "Marvel Nemesis: The Imperfects" miniseries for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the 3-issue "Iron Man: House of M" miniseries for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the 5-issue "1602: New World" miniseries, the sequel to Neil Gaiman's award-winning "Marvel 1602," for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the short story, "Mastermind Excello," featured in "Amazing Fantasy" #15, for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the one-shot, "What If? Starring the Sub-Mariner" for Marvel Comics (2005)

-   Wrote the "Battlestar Galactica" comic book series for Dynamite Entertainment (2006-2007)

-   (2006-2010) Wrote issues #92-111 of "The Incredible Hulk" (vol. 3) for Marvel Comics, featuring the epic "Planet Hulk" and "World War Hulk" story-lines. Beginning with issue #112 (Jan 2008), the series was retitled "The Incredible Hercules" as Pak, and co-writer Fred Van Lente, shifted the focus to a new main character. The series ended with issue #141 (Feb 2010).

-   Wrote the 5-issue "X-Men: Phoenix - Warsong" miniseries, a sequel to his "Phoenix - Endsong" story, for Marvel Comics (2006)

-   Wrote the one-shot, "What If? Planet Hulk" for Marvel Comics (2007)

-   Wrote the "World War Hulk: Aftersmash" one-shot, and the 5-issue "WWH Aftersmash: Warbound" miniseries for Marvel Comics (2007/2008)

-   Co-wrote the "Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide" one-shot (with Fred Van Lente) for Marvel Comics (2008)

-   (2008-2009) Wrote issues #1-12 of "Skaar: Son of Hulk" for Marvel Comics, a spin-off from his now-classic "Planet Hulk" storyline.

-   (2008) Wrote the award-winning 5-issue miniseries "X-Men: Magneto Testament" for Marvel Comics, which chronicles Magneto's youth in a Nazi concentration camp.

-   (2009) Wrote issues #1-11 of "War Machine" for Marvel Comics.

-   (2009-????) Current writer on "The Incredible Hulk" (vol. 4) for Marvel Comics.

-   (2010) Co-wrote (with Fred Van Lente) the 2-issue miniseries, "Hercules: Fall of an Avenger," for Marvel Comics, and its follow-up miniseries, the 3-issue "The Heroic Age: Prince of Power."

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  1. Fighting Grandpa (1998) (opticals)