Beginning on Cosby as a writer, story editor and producer, John Rogers has built more than a decade-long career in television. He created and wrote episodes of the award-winning animated series Jackie Chan Adventures, lent his pen to NBC’s Eureka and served as writer and executive producer of the science-fiction pilot Global Frequency and the crime-drama telefilm Red Skies.
For the big screen, Rogers’ writing credits include the western American Outlaws, starring Colin Farrell, Ali Larter and Gabriel Macht; the science-fiction thriller The Core, with Aaron Eckhart and Hilary Swank; and, most recently, the blockbuster DreamWorks hit Transformers, starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox and Josh Duhamel, under director Michael Bay.
Rogers began his entertainment career doing stand-up comedy in 1988. He earned a physics degree in 1990, began writing for television in 1995 and started writing comics in 2005. As a co-writer, he led the re-launch of Blue Beetle for DC Comics and contributed to anthologies for BOOM! Studios.