Denny O’Neil was editor for the Batman comics when Knightfall, the story where Batman’s back was broken, took the Batman line over for a year. Here he talks about the mega-event and about the genesis and execution of Knightfall. Denny O’Neil Talks Knightfall and Mega-Events in Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Having written comics for over forty years, scripting over a thousand issues, Denny O’Neil has seen his fair share of scripts pass his desk. He talks about the tools he has used over the years and how that has effected his writing process. Denny O’Neil Compares Writing on Typewriters and Computers from The Comic Archive […]

Over at Todd’s Blog: Just arrived here, the “Deluxe Edition” of this great comic first published in 1978. Not only do I love the art by Neal Adams and the story by Denny O’Neill and Adams, this comic holds a lot of memories for me. Doing production work on it was one of my first […]

When Denny O’Neil started working for DC Comics, Julie Schwartz was already an established figure in the editorial department.  Working together they reinvigorated Green Lantern and Green Arrow.  Here O’Neil talks about first meeting Schwartz and the ensuing relationship and comics they had together. When Denny O’Neil met Julie Schwartz from The Comic Archive on […]

Early in Denny O’Neil’s career he was hired by the great Dick Giordano to write for the Charlton Comics line of books. Here he talks about meeting Giordano, taking on a pseudonym and moving over to DC. Denny O’Neil talks about working for Giordano at Charlton Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.