Diego Valenzuela (born in February 1986[1]), also known online under the pseudonym The Damn Beast, is a screenwriter for Villainous.[1][2]

Writing credits

Phase One

Phase Two


Beyond being a screenwriter for Villainous, Diego Valenzuela a writer of several fiction novels. His works include The Armor of God, The Unfinished World, Reverie of Gods, and Now Write! Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.[5] He is currently also working on an upcoming novel titled The Riven God. He is also the editor in chief and founder of GameBeast, a videogame web magazine, and Wolf in a Gorilla Suit, a pop culture website. He was also a writer and punch-up for the videogame Agent Awesome.[1]

He also has done some work beyond writing. He is the host of El Beastcast, a videogame podcast, and did the lead clean/harsh vocals for the song "The God Particle" by Watercolor Butterfly.[1]


  • Diego has acknowledged this wiki page.[6]



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External links


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5
  2. "#Villainous is my first TV writing job to be produced and launched. Ever. I feel overwhelmed and thankful. Catch it on Cartoon Network!" Diego Valenzuela‏. May 15th, 2017. Twitter
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "I wrote the one with the statues, the egg, the painting, the music, and all the "phase 2" shorts." Diego Valenzuela. October 8th, 2017. Twitter
  4. A Word on “Villainous”, my First Ever TV Writing Gig — Diego Valenzuela. May 18th, 2017.
  5. "My #writing, the story so far. Looking forward to filling this shelf with better #books. #TheArmorOfGod #TheUnfinishedWorld #ReverieOfGods" Diego Valenzuela. September 5th, 2017. Twitter
  6. "When I realize I have my very own page on the #Villainous Wiki." Diego Valenzuela‏. October 3rd, 2017. Twitter


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