DENNY O’NEIL’s Personal Comic Books and Other Items Up for Auction

INSIDE LOOK: You can own the comics he owned — or even write at the desk where he wrote…

Nearly three dozen lots of the late Denny O’Neil’s belongings — including bound editions of comics and his electric typewriter — are now up for auction at ComicConnect.

Here are just several highlights from the estate of my all-time favorite writer, who died in 2020 at the age of 81, with descriptions from the auction house:

BATMAN BOUND LOT (One of several)

1) Batman: Seduction of the Gun
2) Batman: Death of Innocents
3) Batman: Destroyer Parts #1-3: Batman #474/LOTDK #27/Detective Comics #641
4) Batman: The Demon Awaits
5) Batman: Shaman
6) Batman: Tales of the Demon


1) Green Lantern / Green Arrow #1 #2
2) The Arrow and The Bat 2000 – Parts #105 includes private receipt for binding
3) Green Lantern / Green Arrow – Hard Traveling Heroes – More Hard Traveling Heroes
4) Green Arrow / The Question – Losing Face; Saving Face; A Walk in The Wind
5) Green Lantern & Green Arrow Legends: Peacemakers
6) Green Lantern 6 Award Winning Comic Classics – DC Blue Ribbon Digest vol 2 #16


Denny O’Neil’s personal Smith Corona SL 570 Electric Typewriter; comes with Denny’s Batman mousepad


This desk dates to the 1940s or ’50s and had been in Denny’s possession since the mid-1960s traveling with him for at least two moves; Denny sat at this desk as he wrote his most well-regarded work, spanning his entire professional career.

There are a total of 31 lots listed at ComicConnect, including many more bound volumes, personal papers, books and other items from The Denny O’Neil Estate Collection.

Bidding on each lot starts at $1 and there’s no reserve. There’s also a charitable aspect to the auction and you can read more about that here.

The auction ends March 2 — so good luck!


— DENNY O’NEIL: An Appreciation, by NEAL ADAMS. Click here.

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

Author: Dan Greenfield

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