Motion comics director and producer Jeff Shuter, whose work for Viacom and MTV included adaptations of the comic book series Invincible and Stan Lee’s Time Jumper, passed away on November 10 in Chicago from complications related to a serious brain injury.
His family and friend Ryan Maldonado told the world about his death today, before a private memorial service in Los Angeles on Saturday. After graduating from Northwestern University in 2003, Shuter moved to Los Angeles and started a company with Dan Viney called Gain Enterprises.
Through Gain Enterprises, Shuter and Viney helped develop technology for motion comics at a time when smartphones were becoming popular and studios started making content for mobile devices.
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Motion comics, which are also called animated comics, are a mix of printed comics and animation. Each comic panel is shown along with voice acting, sound effects, and sometimes more animation.
Shuter wrote, directed, produced, and composed music for motion comics series for Viacom and MTV, and he worked on projects for Fox, Disney, and Universal Pictures through Gain and other projects.
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His work includes the Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 Motion Comic, Stan Lee’s Time Jumper, and an adaptation of Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker’s comic book series Invincible. The company WME worked for Shuter.
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