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Robert "Bob" Rozakis (born 4 April 1951; age 65) is a comic book writer and editor. He worked at DC Comics for a number of years, beginning in the 1970s when he wrote puzzles and activity pages for the company before taking a staff position. He began in the editorial department and made his name there as "Answer Man", and moved to the production department in 1976. During the 70s and early 80s he was a co-creator of 'Mazing Man, and wrote almost four hundred other stories featuring Batman, Superman, and most of the other DC characters.
In 1981, he wrote a series of ads for Hostess Twinkies and Cup Cakes using DC heroes including Aquaman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. That same year, he began running the production department at the company, a position he held until 1998. He retired completely from the industry, including as his "Answer Man" persona in October 2003.
More recently, he co-authored The Complete Idiot's Guide to Office Politics with his wife, Laurie Rozakis.