Christos Gage is a New York Times bestselling writer of movies, television, comics, graphic novels, and video games. He often collaborates with his wife, Ruth Fletcher Gage.
They were hired by Drew Goddard to be part of the writing staff of the inaugural season of the Netflix/Marvel TV show Daredevil. The series, and the episode they scripted, “Speak Of The Devil”, met with universal acclaim.
The Los Angeles Times reviewer called it “easily my favorite of the first nine”: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/showtracker/la-et-st-daredevil-episode-9-review-20150417-story.html
IGN said it was “the show’s best entry so far…the quintessential Daredevil episode”: ttp://www.ign.com/articles/2015/04/10/marvels-daredevil-episode-9-review
Nerdist praised the “unexpectedly excellent screenwriting” and “fantastic dialogue scenes”: http://nerdist.com/review-marvels-daredevil-episodes-7-10/
While Crave Online called it “easily the best episode of the series to date…the episode where Daredevil became great”: http://www.craveonline.com/tv/reviews/846323-daredevil-1-09-speak-devil-review
Christos is currently writing the Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 10 monthly comic from Dark Horse, and frequently contributing to The Amazing Spider-Man. He and Ruth are working on an original graphic novel for Oni Press, a historical epic titled The Lion Of Rora.
The Gages have written episodes of the TV shows Law & Order: SVU and Numbers. SVU showrunner Neal Baer cites one of their episodes, “Mercy”, as “Dick Wolf’s favorite episode”.Wolf called it “an incredible paradigm for where the show should be going.”
Gage’s movie credits include The Breed, starring Adrian Paul, Bai Ling and Bokeem Woodbine, for Sony/Screen Gems and Starz. He wrote and served as associate producer on the film Teenage Caveman for HBO; independent filmmaker Larry Clark directed and legendary special effects master Stan Winston produced. The Gages also wrote the film Paradox, starring Kevin Sorbo, for SyFy UK.
He has written several video games, including console games Captain America: Super Soldier and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 as well as the mobile games Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Iron Man 3.
His original graphic novels include Area 10 for DC/Vertigo, which drew praise from authors Nicholas Pileggi, Max Brooks, M.R. Carey and Jason Aaron; Sunset for Top Cow/Minotaur Press; and the upcoming The Lion Of Rora for Oni Press.
Gage has written hundreds of comic books, working with nearly every publisher in the industry. For Marvel, he co-created the fan-favorite Avengers Academy, writing the entire forty-issue run, and has also written such titles as Superior Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man, X-Men Legacy, Avengers: The Initiative, Iron Man, World War Hulk: X-Men, X-Men/Spider-Man, Thunderbolts, and many more. He has also written for DC (Justice League Beyond), IDW (G.I. Joe: Cobra), Dynamite (Red Sonja, The Man With No Name), Avatar (Absolution, Crossed), Valiant (Bloodshot & H.A.R.D. Corps), and Wildstorm (Stormwatch PHD, Wildcats).
Awards and nominations include:
Winner, “Breakout Talent,” 2007 Comics Nexus Awards
SHINE Award nomination for Law & Order: SVU, “Mercy”
GLAAD Award nomination for “Midnighter” in the Comic Book category, 2008
Harvey Award nomination for Best New Series for “Angel & Faith,” 2012