Legendary Batman Writer Denny O'Neil Passes Away At 81
Denny O’Neil, the famous comics writer of Batman, Green Arrow, and the Question has passed away. The legendary writer was 81. O’Neil is considered one of the all-time great comic book writers and editors.
His runs with Neal Adams on Batman and Green Lantern added so much mythology to the world of DC at large with creations like Ra’s al Ghul, Jon Stewart, and across the aisle at Marvel with Madame Web and Hydro-Man, just to name a few.
He also had a hand in such notable comic book moments such as the death of Jason Todd, and oversaw Frank Miller’s ironic run on Daredevil in the 80s.
Outside of publishing, O’Neil spent several years in the late 1990s teaching a “Writing for the Comics” course at Manhattan’s School of the Visual arts, sometimes sharing duties with fellow comic book writer John Ostrander (co-creator of Suicide Squad). He also sat on the Board of Directors of The Hero Initiative and served on its Disbursement Committee.
O’Nei’s impact of the comic book medium has been felt for generations and will continue to do so for many more.
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