Len Wein, the incredible comic book editor, and creator of Wolverine has passed away today at age of 69. Wein had a famous vocation in the comic book business, making Swamp Thing for DC Comics and Wolverine for Marvel Comics.
As a manager, he worked with Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons on altering their popular work Watchmen. He started working in the business in 1968, with his initially work going ahead DC’s Teen Titans #18. He exchanged over to Marvel in 1970, and first worked on Daredevil #71.
Wein composed for both DC and Marvel comics throughout the years, broadly doing a few visitor spots on Superman and The Flash.
Working with Bernie Wrightson, the two initially created Swamp Thing in 1971’s The House of Secrets #92. Swamp Thing has turned into a continuing character throughout the years and still features in DC Comics.
Over at Marvel Comics, Wein worked with specialists John Romita Sr. also, Herb Trimpe to make Wolverine in The Incredible Hulk #180. Clearly, the effect that Wolverine has had throughout the years can’t be thought little of, prompting different component film establishments. A few notorious X-Men lineups made by Wein that included great characters like Storm, Nightcrawler, and Colossus have turned out to be identifiable to a huge number of perusers around the globe as “the” X-Men characters.
As an editor, Wein took a shot at runs of New Teen Titans, Batman and the Outsiders, and All-Star Squadron, and additionally the iconic Watchmen arrangement.
Len Wein was a legend in the comic book business, making characters and universes we have cherished for a considerable length of time. We here at Fan Club Network send our condolences to his family and companions.