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Denny O'Neil...

The saying goes that you should never meet your heroes. So when I first interned at DC Comics back in 1999 or so, I was outright terrified of Dennis O'Neil. To me, it was like walking past a movie star in the halls. This was the writer that redefined Batman in the 1970s. A writer whose work only got better with time. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Denny's scripts evolved to fit the tone of the 80s and 90s, his plots became more complex, his dialogue richer. This was the writer on the brilliant Question series, the editor who created the most consistent and unified Gotham City, the man who threw social and political issues at Green Lantern/Green Arrow, the author of the "From the Den" editorials that offered a wealth of insight into the comic book business. Denny retired from DC around the time I was there, and I don't think I said two words to him.

As I began to get work in the comic book business, I've since had the opportunity to correct that mistake. …

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