Walt Flanagan

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Walt Flanagan (Walter Flanagan) was born on 23 October, 1967 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, United States, is an ActorComic book store managerComic book artistPodcaster. Discover Walt Flanagan’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

Popular AsWalter Flanagan
OccupationActorComic book store managerComic book artistPodcaster
Age53 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born23 October 1967
Birthday23 October
BirthplacePerth Amboy, New Jersey, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Walt Flanagan Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Walt Flanagan


Flanagan wrote the lyrics for a song titled “I Sell Comics.” A contest was held in which listeners of the podcast, “Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave!” submitted entries for music to the song. Courage My Love’s version was chosen as the winner.


Flanagan is the co-host of the Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave! podcast with longtime friends Bryan Johnson and Brian Quinn. Flanagan is also the lead star in AMC’s Comic Book Men, which premiered in February 2012.


In 2010 Smith subsequently wrote a six-issue Batman mini-series called The Widening Gyre for DC Comics. After issue six was published, Smith and Flanagan’s work on their reality show, Comic Book Men, extended this planned break further than expected. It was decided in the interim to release the remaining issues as a separate series to be called Batman: Bellicosity, due in 2014.


Flanagan then provided the art for Smith’s limited series Batman: Cacophony, which ran from November 2008 to January 2009. The series featured the villains Onomatopoeia (a character created by Smith during his run at Green Arrow), The Joker, Maxie Zeus, and Victor Zsasz. The trade paperback of Batman: Cacophony became a New York Times Bestseller in their Hardcover Graphic Books section.


In 2007 the two collaborated on War of the Undead, a miniseries set in 1945 in which the Third Reich hatches an ill-fated plan to employ Count Dracula, the Wolfman and Frankenstein’s monster as weapons in a last-ditch effort to defeat the Allies.


Flanagan himself has provided the art for two comic books published written by Smith and Bryan Johnson. In 2005 he and Johnson published through IDW Publishing Karney, a four-issue horror miniseries which explores the sideshow freaks in a traveling circus in the 1800s. The series was adapted from a screenplay that Johnson had originally written to be produced as a film.


Flanagan was also referenced by name in Green Arrow #3 (June 2001), which Kevin Smith wrote.


Flanagan later appeared as a caddy in Bryan Johnson’s 2000 film Vulgar, and as a customer in Clerks II.


Flanagan and Johnson reappear as Walt Grover the Fanboy and Steve-Dave in a deleted scene in Smith’s 1997 romantic drama Chasing Amy. His dog is yet again mentioned in one of the Bluntman and Chronic pages during the opening. In another deleted scene, Banky (Jason Lee), and Holden (Ben Affleck) toss a trash can through the window of Steve-Dave’s comic store, in retaliation for the harsh criticism Steve-Dave and Walt gave Bluntman and Chronic.


In Smith’s 1995 Mallrats, Flanagan played the recurring role of Walt “Fanboy” Grover, who is accompanied by his friend Steve-Dave (Bryan Johnson), with whom Walt offers constant assent with his trademark phrase, “Tell ’em, Steve-Dave!” He also appears in an uncredited role as one of Mr. Svenning’s (Michael Rooker) assistants who places a podium in the wrong place on a stage, is seen at a table under which Jay and Bob hide from the mall security guard LaFours, and greets Brodie at the swap meet. Flanagan was also given a credit for being a set production assistant on the film. Flanagan is also referenced when Jay states that LaFours is “faster than Walt Flanagan’s dog…”.


In Smith’s 1994 debut movie, Clerks, Flanagan was credited with four different roles (which made Kevin Smith, on the Clerks commentary, refer to Flanagan as “The Lon Chaney, Sr. of the 1990s”). Among these were the egg-obsessed guidance counselor, the cigarette protester who bought the cigarettes immediately after the protest, the customer offended by the lewd “jizz mopper” discussion, and the customer to whom Randal said the resident cat’s name was “Annoying Customer.” He also designed the clown animation that made up the View Askew logo, and appeared in the Soul Asylum video for “Can’t Even Tell”, directed by Kevin Smith.


Walter “Walt” Flanagan (born October 23, 1967) is a comic book store manager, reality television personality, podcaster, and comic book artist. Flanagan is a long-time friend of Kevin Smith, and (according to Smith’s book Silent Bob Speaks) it was Flanagan who turned Smith onto comic books. He currently manages Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash in Red Bank, New Jersey.