King Arthur, Iron Man, and Brooks Brothers, by Dennis O’Neil

Dennis O'Neil

Dennis O'Neil was born in 1939, the same year that Batman first appeared in Detective Comics. It was thus perhaps fated that he would be so closely associated with the character, writing and editing the Dark Knight for more than 30 years. He's been an editor at Marvel and DC Comics. In addition to Batman, he's worked on Spider-Man, Daredevil, Iron Man, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, the Question, The Shadow and more. O'Neil has won every major award in the industry. His prose novels have been New York Times bestsellers. Denny lives in Rockland County with his wife, Marifran.

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3 Responses

  1. Elayne Riggs says:

    I may not be about our iPod, but I'm pretty sure my husband is…

  2. Alan Coil says:

    "Tony protects and serves the common good…"In the past, I would have no argument with this. The 18 months, Stark/Iron Man has been acting quite the judge, jury, and executioner. He decides.

  3. Josh says:

    Another thing I find interesting (heroic?) about Iron Man– even though I'm not what you'd call a "fan" by any stretch– is that he's one of the only non-powered heroes in the Marvel Universe. DC has tons of them– Batman, Green Arrow, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold (sort of?), the Question, Black Canary, Huntress, even the Green Lanterns, in a sci-fi way– they're all technology-based… you could even say they're like a club. Most people who take upon the mantle of "superhero" in the Marvel Universe actually have inborn genetic or DNA-altering powers.