One of comics’ greatest writers has died…

Denny O’Neil, one of the greatest and most influential writers in comics history, has died at the age of 81.

Batman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, The Question, Iron Man, Daredevil, the list keeps going. And who better to remember O’Neil than those who worked with him or were influenced by him.

So click here for Neal Adams’ appreciation of his longtime collaborator.

And click here for tributes by some of comics’ top creators — including Mike Grell, Kelley Jones, Greg Capullo and many more.

In addition, here’s a series of links to other O’Neil coverage:


— The TOP 13 DENNY O’NEIL-NEAL ADAMS Stories — RANKED. Click here.

— DENNY O’NEIL Discusses His Greatest BATMAN Stories. Click here.

— The TOP 13 Denny O’Neil THE QUESTION Stories — RANKED. Click here.

— FIRST LOOK: Denny O’Neil and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez’s JOKER 80th ANNIVERSARY Story. Click here.

— DENNY O’NEIL and MIKE GRELL Team Up for GREEN LANTERN Anniversary. Click here.

O’Neil at his home office in 2014.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Such sad news to hear. We are slowly losing the last of the giants in the field.

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  2. RIP Dennis O’Neil. He was writer who helped put the dark back into the Dark Knight then went on to become the best editor the Batman books ever had. I remember going to a lecture of his years ago at Words and Pictures in Northampton, MA. Mr. O’Neil was an engaging public speaker and was as friendly as can be when signing our books after. He was the Batman editor of my generation, just as Norm Breyfogle, was the Batman artist of my generation. Rest well, Mr. O’Neil. You will be missed.

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  3. Yesterday I reread Green Lantern / Green Arrow no.76 / 1970 with Neal Adams ” No Evil shall escape my sight! ”, Concerning racism, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy.

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  4. As dark as Gotham City is, it just got a little darker

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  5. May one of the greats to grace us with his vast work in comics rest in peace.

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  6. The man was a Legend! His work changed the face of Comics as we know it! RIP.!

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