It is unfortunate to report that the Legendary Comic Book Writer, Denny O’Neil has passed away at age 81. Denny O’Neil, best known for his work on titles such as Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow. Mr. O’Neil, Editor Julius Schwartz, and Neil Adams are credited for bringing the Dark Knight back to his gritty, pulp roots after being stuck in a period of Campy hell during the era of the 1966 Batman TV Series.
He also had a fruitful run at Marvel, writing for titles such as Daredevil, the Amazing Spider-Man, and Iron-Man. Not only he wrote for Marvel, but he also served as an Editor, during his time he was the one who hired Newcomer (at that time) Frank Miller to take over the Daredevil title. It was confirmed by his family that the writer passed away at his home of Natural Causes on June 11th, 2020. Thank you, Mr. O’Neil, for everything you have done and contributed for Comics and Television.
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