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'''Patric Miller Verrone''' is an [[United States|American]] writer and labor leader who is a writer for ''[[Futurama]]''. After the series went off the air, Verrone began writing various issues of ''[[Comic Listing|Futurama Comics]]'', published by Matt Groening's Bongo Comics Group. Many of his stories have been very unique; for example, one of his issues can be read seven different ways ("[[Six Characters in Search of a Story]]"), and another involves folding and manipulating certain pages so that the story can flow between various pages ("[[Bender Breaks Out]]"). He has also written a few stories for ''[[The Simpsons|Simpsons]] {{s|Simpsons Comics|Comics}}'' and ''{{s|Bart Simpson (comic book series)|Bart Simpson}}'' comics. Thanks to his own writing, he, along with other Bongo staff appears in "Bender Breaks Out". He also appears as [[Patric M. Verrone's head|his head in a jar]] in "[[Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences]]".  He is married to ''Futurama'' writer [[Maiya Williams]].
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'''Patric Miller Verrone''' is an [[United States|American]] writer and labor leader who is a writer for ''[[Futurama]]''. After the series went off the air, Verrone began writing various issues of ''[[Comic Listing|Futurama Comics]]'', published by Matt Groening's Bongo Comics Group. Many of his stories have been very unique; for example, one of his issues can be read seven different ways ("[[Six Characters in Search of a Story]]"), and another involves folding and manipulating certain pages so that the story can flow between various pages ("[[Bender Breaks Out]]"). He has also co-written ''[[Game of Drones]]'' and written a few stories for ''[[The Simpsons|Simpsons]] {{s|Simpsons Comics|Comics}}'' and ''{{s|Bart Simpson (comic book series)|Bart Simpson}}'' comics. Thanks to his own writing, he, along with other Bongo staff appears in "Bender Breaks Out". He also appears as [[Patric M. Verrone's head|his head in a jar]] in "[[Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences]]".  He is married to ''Futurama'' writer [[Maiya Williams]].
  
 
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== Episodes written ==

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Patric Verrone at the 2010 Comic Con in San Diego.
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Born29 September 1959
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Patric Miller Verrone is an American writer and labor leader who is a writer for Futurama. After the series went off the air, Verrone began writing various issues of Futurama Comics, published by Matt Groening's Bongo Comics Group. Many of his stories have been very unique; for example, one of his issues can be read seven different ways ("Six Characters in Search of a Story"), and another involves folding and manipulating certain pages so that the story can flow between various pages ("Bender Breaks Out"). He has also co-written Game of Drones and written a few stories for Simpsons Comics and Bart Simpson comics. Thanks to his own writing, he, along with other Bongo staff appears in "Bender Breaks Out". He also appears as his head in a jar in "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences". He is married to Futurama writer Maiya Williams.

Episodes written

Comics

Writer for both the show and comics.

Futurama Comics

Simpsons Comics

  • 85 "The Simpson Family Circus"
  • 85 "...Crap That No One Wanted"

Bart Simpson comics

  • 18 "Bart Simpson: Secret Agent, Man"
  • 18 "The Truth About Cats And Mice"

Additional information

Trivia