Conversation with Denny O'Neil
CGS: Episode 62
(October 3, 2005)
Our interview with comic legend, Denny O'Neil. (1:25:44)
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With industry legend
(01:23) On when Denny first read comics.
(04:22) The great "Ra's al Ghul" pronunciation debate.
(06:05) On his early
Justice League of America
run, his urge to include
continuity throughout his titles, and how Phil Seuling changed
(15:41) A fun anecdote about the business.
(20:19) On writing for comics vs writing for novels, his time on
and his thoughts on
(26:55) On what it means to be a comics editor.
(33:20) On his favorite artists, losing 60 pages of original Neal Adams
artwork and his current reading pile.
(36:53) On those stories Denny would want to be remembered by.
(45:02) On Azrael and how the character was saved because of Denny's
near death experience.
(50:39) On his time at Marvel.
(54:37) The wrap-up and a quick nod to Denny's "From the Den"
(59:38) Our post-interview wrap-up.
Bryan talks about his MS150 Bicycle race.
Baltimore Comic-Con attendence numbers;
in New Orleans lost his entire comic collection to Katrina.
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