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.

Denny O’Neil took over editing the Batman books in the 90’s and oversaw some major storylines including Knightfall and No Man’s Land.  Here he describes what it was like in those days and the particular challenges of coordinating large scale events.

Denny O’Neil talks about editing the Batman books in the 90’s from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Over at Comics Alliance they asked a few creators what software they use to make their magic.  Check out the results!

With an equipment threshold consisting of just a pencil and paper, creating comics remains one of the world’s most encouraging and accessible mediums for telling a story. At some point, though, those with the drive and the proper funds can always use an equipment upgrade to take their sequential art hobby to the next level. With that in mind, ComicsAlliance reached out to Incredible Hulks writer Greg Pak and S.W.O.R.D. artist Steven Sanders to get their personal insights on some industry standard software for writing and illustrating comics.

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Denny O’Neil tells his stories of starting out in comics and working for Stan Lee at Marvel in the silver age of comics.

Denny O’Neil talks about working for Stan Lee in the Silver Age from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Getting started in the comics industry is never an easy task. Here writer and editor Denny O’Neil tells the tale of his journey to a job in comic books, complete with hitchhiking, Rosh Hashanah, Stan Lee and skipping town.

Writer Denny O’Neil’s Road to New York and Marvel Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.