(Warning -- the Internet Movie Database entries for some writers are... slightly outdated. Slightly. And a lot of them aren't there. No, I don't know why Disney can't shell out for a lousy few DIC webpages. It's not like they don't have a zillion sites for everything else....)
I think his website is pretty cute. Of course, having a website leaves him open to interrogation by his fans...mwa-ha-ha-ha!
He has no IMDB entry.
Buzz Lightyear: wrote "Eye of the Tempest"
She has a new homepage together with Terence Taylor, and their portraits are a hoot! She's related to an art director/production designer who does a lot of work. (So you can't just search by last name, folks.) She has no IMDB entry.
Henry Gilroy (IMDB)
Batman: The Animated Series -- "Something to Fear": co-written with Sean Catherine Derek. This site quotes Bruce Timm as saying that Gilroy had previously been a film editor, and that this was his first script. I remember this episode; it was superb.
House of Mouse: writer
Wacky Adventures of Tex Avery: writer
Thor: God of Thunder: co-created with Seth Kearsley from Mummies Alive. This apparently came to nothing.
American Phantom Menace comics adaptation: wrote it. This site describes his writing as dazzling, but then again, it was written by the folks who paid him!
related interview with Gilroy. Review of a one-shot he also wrote (which agrees his adaptation was good).
Phil Harnage (IMDB)
No webpage. Apparently a hardworking DIC guy. Got his name put on one of those NASA chips.
Eleanor Burian-Mohr says he did write "The Illinois Wristwatch" video/ slide show (scroll down). Cool hobby, eh?
Alftales: assistant story editor
Banzai Runner: writer (as Phillip L. Harnage)
Captain N and the Super Mario Brothers 3: story editor, Super Mario World
Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins: development consultant
The Super Mario Brothers Super Show!: animation adapter (along with Bob Forward).
This chatlog says he wrote for SH22. I wrote to the fanclub maintainer, and hopefully we will find out which eps he did. Also an actor.
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: cowrote "The Shape Stealer" (w Bill Motz and Bob Roth)
Roswell Conspiracies: story editor
X-Men: Evolution: wrote "The X-Impulse", "Turn of the Rogue", and "The Cauldron - Part Two". Story: "Grim Reminder".
Seth Kearsley (IMDB)
8 Crazy Nights: director
Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins: producer, director, storyboard artist
There's a nice interview of him on this Mummies page. Here's one of his upcoming projects.
Martha Moran (IMDB)
Ken Pontac (IMDB)
Another happy little DIC person about whom I know virtually nothing.
Happily Ever After: writer
No Dessert, Dad, Till You Mow the Lawn: writer
Pocket Dragon Adventures: wrote 5 segments, including "Another Fine Hex", "Binky and the Beanstalk", "All That Glitters", "Slice of Ice", and "Weather or Not"
[Everyone wrote those. 2 filkers (Karen Wilson and Chris Weber). 2 of my favorite fantasy writers (Will Shetterly and Emma Bull). And has it ever been shown in my area by mighty BKN? No.]
This site describes him as a stop-motion guru and describes a game he worked on, Clay Fighter..
Pontac co-created Bump in the Night, wrote the brilliant final episode (and song) for Reboot and contributed a script to War Planets and Roswell Conspiracies ("The Fusion Breed"). This lady says he's been a good friend. (And he dropped by our message board! What a great guy!)
He co-wrote 2 episodes of You Can't Do That on Television, the Canadian kids comedy show they used to show on Nickelodeon. He also wrote the teleplay for a Spider-Man episode.
He writes tons of comics and runs Beast Machines. What can you say?
And here's an interview with one of the DIC Powers That Be over on a Mummies Alive page.
Ken Pontac (IMDB)