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{{Info/Artista de histórias em quadrinhos}}'''Dennis J.''' "'''Denny'''" '''O'Neil''' (nascido em 3 de Maio de 1939)<ref /> é é um escritor e editor americano, conhecido por seu trabalho com histórias em quadrinhos americanas. Dentre seus trabalhos, destacam-se suas contribruições para [[DC Comics|a DC Comics]] entre as décadas de 1960 e 1990, como editor das revistas do personagem [[Batman]], onde permaneceu até a sua aposentadoria.

Suas obras mais conhecidas incluem uma série de histórias publicadas nas revistas ''Lanterna Verde/arqueiro Verde'' e ''Batman'', ilustradas por [[Neal Adams]], e apontadas como eventos catalisadores de toda uma nova fase histórica na produção de quadrinhos americanos, conhecida como "Era de Bronze", bem como <span>[[O Sombra]], série ilustrada </span>por Michael Kaluta, e <span>[[Questão (DC Comics)|O Questão]], ilustrada</span> por [[Denys Cowan]].Desde 2013, faz parte do conselho de administração da The Hero Initiative, uma organização dedicada à caridade<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.heroinitiative.org/spage.asp?p=73&ti=Board+Members|title=Hero Initiative Board Members Disbursement Committee|year=2013|publisher=[[The Hero Initiative]]|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130621081809/http://www.heroinitiative.org/spage.asp?p=73&ti=Board+Members|archivedate=June 21, 2013|deadurl=yes|df=mdy-all}}</ref><blockquote class="">It changed my mind about what I do for a living. Superman and Batman have been in continuous publication for over half a century, and it's never been true of any fictional construct before. These characters have a lot more weight than the hero of a popular sitcom that lasts maybe four years. They have become postindustrial folklore, and part of this job is to be the custodian of folk figures. Everybody on Earth knows Batman and Robin.<ref>Daniels "Who Killed Robin" p. 201</ref>

O'Neil has said that he sees editing as a support role which should be invisible to the reader, and that if it were his choice his name would not appear in the credits when working as an editor, only when working as a writer.

=== Teaching ===
O'Neil spent several years in the late 1990s teaching a Writing for the Comics course at Manhattan's School of Visual Arts, sometimes sharing duties with fellow comic book writer [[John Ostrander]].

== Personal life ==
O'Neil is married to Marifran O'Neil.<ref>David, Peter (December 25, 1998). [http://www.peterdavid.net/2013/06/24/con-voyage-to-mexico-city/ "Con Voyage to Mexico City"]. ''Comics Buyer's Guide'' #1310. Reprinted at PeterDavid.net, June 24, 2013.</ref> He is the father of writer/director/producer Lawrence O'Neil, best known for the 1997 film ''Breast Men'' starring [[David Schwimmer]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.walruscomix.com/interviewhaspiel.html|title=An Exclusive Interview with Dean 'Dino' Haspiel, Rock Star in Cartoonist's Clothing|date=October 2007|publisher=WalrusComix.com|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20071011055131/http://walruscomix.com/interviewhaspiel.html|archivedate=October 11, 2007|deadurl=yes|df=mdy-all}}</ref>

== Awards ==
O'Neil's work has won him a great deal of recognition in the comics industry, including the Shazam Awards for Best Continuing Feature ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow'',<ref name="back45">{{cite journal|last=Wells|first=John|date=December 2010|title=Green Lantern/Green Arrow: And Through Them Change an Industry|journal=Back Issue!|issue=45|pages=39–54|publisher=TwoMorrows Publishing|location=Raleigh, North Carolina}}</ref> Best Individual Story for "No Evil Shall Escape My Sight" in ''Green Lantern'' #76 (with Neal Adams), for Best Writer (Dramatic Division) in 1970 for Green Lantern, Batman, Superman, and other titles, and Best Individual Story for "Snowbirds Don't Fly" in ''Green Lantern'' #85 (with Neal Adams) in 1971.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hahnlibrary.net/comics/awards/shazam71.php|title=1971 Academy of Comic Book Arts Awards|publisher=Hahn Library Comic Book Awards Almanac|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131203004533/http://www.hahnlibrary.net/comics/awards/shazam71.php|archivedate=December 3, 2013|deadurl=no|df=mdy-all}}</ref>

O'Neil was given a Goethe Award in 1971 for "Favorite Pro Writer"<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bailsprojects.com/bio.aspx?Name=O'NEIL%2c+DENNY|title=O'Neil, Denny|first=Jerry|last=Bails|authorlink=Jerry Bails|date=n.d.|work=Who's Who of American Comic Books 1928-1999.|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161017192607/http://www.bailsprojects.com/bio.aspx?Name=O'NEIL%2c+DENNY|archivedate=October 17, 2016|deadurl=no|df=mdy-all}}</ref> and was a nominee for the same award in 1973. He shared a 1971 Goethe Award with artist [[Neal Adams]] for "Favorite Comic-Book Story" for "“No Evil Shall Escape My Sight."

O'Neil received an [[Inkpot Award]] in 1981<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hahnlibrary.net/comics/awards/inkpot.php|title=Inkpot Award Winners|publisher=Hahn Library Comic Book Awards Almanac|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20120709055558/http://www.hahnlibrary.net/comics/awards/inkpot.php|archivedate=July 9, 2012|deadurl=no|df=mdy-all}}</ref> and in 1985, DC Comics named O'Neil as one of the honorees in the company's 50th anniversary publication ''Fifty Who Made DC Great''.<ref>Marx, Barry,<div class="cx-overlay"><div class="cx-spinner"><div class="bounce1"></div><div class="bounce2"></div><div class="bounce3"></div></div></div>&#x20;Cavalieri, Joey<span> and Hill, Thomas</span>&nbsp;<span>(w),</span>&#x20;<span>Petruccio, Steven</span>&nbsp;<span>(a),</span>&nbsp;<span>Marx, Barry</span>&nbsp;<span>(ed).</span>&nbsp;<span>"Denny O'Neil The Emergence of Relevance"</span>&#x20;''Fifty Who Made DC Great''&#x3A;&#x20;<span>39</span>&#x20;<span>(1985),</span>&#x20;<span>DC Comics</span></ref>

== Appearances in media ==
In ''The Batman Adventures''—the first DC Comics spinoff of ''[[Batman: The Animated Series]]''—O'Neil appears as The Perfesser, one of a screwball trio of incompetent super-villains that also includes The Mastermind (a caricature of [[Mike Carlin]]) and Mr. Nice (a caricature of [[Archie Goodwin]]). The Perfesser is depicted as a tall, pipe-smoking genius who often gets lost in his own thoughts, and who regularly forgets to give his criminal friends crucial information in planning their heists. (For example, after carefully planning a hotel robbery, the trio arrives at the hotel's location to find a vacant lot. The Perfesser then remembers that the hotel was torn down several years ago.) He is also shown to perhaps be smarter than Batman, as he manages to figure out the Riddler's riddle in the third part of The Last Riddler Story, when Batman himself did not.

== Bibliography ==

=== Comic books ===
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====Charlton Comics====
*''[[Abbott and Costello]]'' #1 (1968)
*''[[Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt|Thunderbolt]]'' #58–60 (1967)
*''Space Adventures'' #2 (1968)

====DC Comics====
*''[[1st Issue Special]]'' #13 (1976)
*''[[List of comics about the September 11 attacks|9-11: The World's Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember, Volume Two]]'' (2002)
*''[[Adventure Comics]]'' #418-419, 449–451 (1972-1977)
*''[[Limited Collectors' Edition|All New Collectors' Edition]]'' #C-56 (''[[Superman vs. Muhammad Ali]]'') (1978)
*''[[All-Star Western]]'' #6 (1971)
*''[[Armageddon 2001]]'' #2 (1991)
*''[[Atom (Ray Palmer)|Atom]] and [[Hawkman (Katar Hol)|Hawkman]]'' #42–45 (1969)
*''[[Azrael (comics)|Azrael]]'' #1–100, 1,000,000, ''Annual'' #1–3, ''Azrael Plus Question'' #1 (1995-2003)
*''Azrael/Ash'' #1 (1997)
*''[[Bat Lash]]'' #2–7 (1968-1969)
*''[[Batman (comic book)|Batman]]'' #224–225, 227, 232, 234, 235, 237, 239–245, 247–248, 251, 253, 256–264, 266, 268, 286, 303, 320, 684 (1970-2009)
*''[[Batman & Robin (film)|Batman and Robin]]: The Official Comic Adaptation'' #1 (1997)
* ''[[Batman Black and White]]'' #3-4 (1996)
*''[[The Batman Chronicles]]'' #6, 16 (1996-1999)
*''[[Batman Family]]'' #18-19 (1978)
*''[[Batman Forever]]: The Official Comic Adaptation'' #1 (1995)
*''[[Batman Returns]]: The Official Comic Adaptation'' #1 (1992)
*''Batman/Green Arrow: The Poison Tomorrow'' #1 (1992)
*''Batman/Punisher: Lake of Fire'' #1 (1994)
*''Batman: Birth of the Demon'' HC (1993)
*''Batman: Death of Innocents'' #1 (1996)
*''Batman: Gordon of Gotham'' #1–4 (1998)
*''[[Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight]]'' #1–5, 16–20, 50, 59–61, 63, 127–131 (1989-2000)
*''[[Azrael (comics)|Batman: Sword of Azrael]]'' #1–4 (1992-1993)
*''[[Batman (1989 film)|Batman]]: The Official Comic Adaptation'' #1 (1989)
*''[[The Creeper (comics)|Beware the Creeper]]'' #1–6 (1968-1969)
*''[[The Brave and the Bold]]'' #93, 159 (1970-1980)
*''[[Challengers of the Unknown]]'' #68–74 (1969-1970)
*''[[DC Comics Presents]]'' #16, 19, 20, 23 (1979-1980)
*'' DC Comics Presents: The Flash'' #1 (2004)
*''[[DC Retroactive]]: Green Lantern – The '70s'' #1 (2011)
*''DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman – The '70s'' #1 (2011)
*''[[DC Special Series]]'' #1, 15-16, 21 (1977-1980)
*''[[DC Super Stars]]'' #17 (1977)
*''DC Universe Holiday Bash'' #1 (1997)
*''[[Detective Comics]]'' #395, 399–401, 404–406, 410–411, 414, 418–422, 425, 431, 451, 457, 460–462, 480–481, 483–491, 851, 866; ''Annual'' #1 (1989) (1970–2010)
*''[[Doc Savage]]'' #1–4 (limited series) (1987-1988)
*''Doc Savage'' #1–6 (ongoing series) (1988-1989)
*''[[The Flash (comic book)|The Flash]]'' #217–221, 223–224, 226–228, 230–231, 233–234, 237–238, 240–243, 245 (1972-1977)
*''[[From Beyond the Unknown]]'' #7-8 (1970)
*''[[Green Arrow]] Annual'' #1-3 (1988-1990)
*''[[Green Lantern (comic book)|Green Lantern]]'' #63–64, 68, 72, 76–86,89, 90–100, 102–129 (1968-1972, 1976-1980)
*''[[Isis (DC Comics)|Isis]]'' #1 (1976)
*''[[JLA (comic book)|JLA]]'' #91–93 (2004)
*''[[The Joker (comic book)|The Joker]]'' #1–3, 6 (1975-1976)
*''[[Avenger (pulp-magazine character)#Comics|Justice, Inc.]]'' #1–4 (1975)
*''[[Justice League Of America]]'' #66, 68–75, 77–83, 86, 115 (1968-1975)
*''[[Kamandi]], The Last Boy on Earth!'' #45–48 (1976-1977)
*''Legends of the DC Universe'' #7–9 (1998)
*''[[Dick Grayson|Nightwing]]'' #1–4 (limited series) (1995)
*''[[Phantom Stranger]]'' #8 (1970)
*''The [[Question (comics)|Question]]'' #1–36, ''Annual'' #1-2, ''Quarterly'' #1-3, 5 (1987-1992)
*''[[Richard Dragon]], Kung Fu Fighter'' #1–10, 13–18 (1975-1977)
*''The [[The Shadow#Comic Books|Shadow]]'' #1–8, 10, 12 (1973-1975)
*''[[Captain Marvel (DC Comics)|Shazam!]]'' #1–7, 9, 14–15, 17, 25 (1973-1976)
*''[[Showcase (comics)|Showcase]]'' #82–84 (1969)
*''[[Spectre (comics)|Spectre]]'' #9 (1969)
*''Strange Sports Stories'' #2, 4 (1973-1974)
*''[[Super Friends]]'' #20, 22, 24 (1979)
*''[[Superman (comic book)|Superman]]'' #233–238, 240–242, 244, 247, 253, 254, 343, 351 (1971-1980)
*''[[Super-Team Family]]'' #2 (1976)
*''[[Sword of Sorcery]]'' #1–5 (1973)
*''[[Tarzan (comics)#DC Comics|Tarzan]]'' #217-218, 255-256 (1973-1976)
*''[[Time Warp (comics)|Time Warp]]'' #1, 3 (1979-1980)
*''[[Weird Worlds (comics)|Weird Worlds]]'' #4–10 (1973-1974)
*''[[Wonder Woman]]'' #178–181, 199–201 (1968-1972)
*''[[World's Finest Comics]]'' #198–199, 201–202, 204, 211–212, 214, 244, 256–264 (1970-1980)

====Marvel Comics====
*''[[The Amazing Spider-Man]]'', #207–219, 221, 223, ''Annual'' #14–15 (1980-1981)
*''[[Chamber of Darkness]]'' #3–5 (1970)
*''[[Daredevil (Marvel Comics series)|Daredevil]]'' #18, 194–202, 204–207, 210–223, 226 (1983-1986)
*''[[Deadly Hands of Kung Fu]],'' #6 (1974)
*''[[Epic Illustrated]]'' #15–20 (1983)
*''[[Phantom Rider|Ghost Rider]]'' #7 (1967)
*''[[Heroes for Hope]]: Starring The X-Men'' #1 (1985)
*''[[The Rampaging Hulk|The Hulk]]'' #21–24 ([[Dominic Fortune]] back-up stories) (1980-1981)
*''[[Iron Man]]'' #158, 160–208 (1982-1986)
*''[[Kid Colt|Kid Colt Outlaw]]'' #134–136, 138–139 (1967-1969)
*''[[Millie the Model]]'' #138-151, 153 (1966-1967)
*''[[Moon Knight]]'' #26 (1982)
*''[[Power Man and Iron Fist]]'' #85–89 (1982-1983)
*''[[Rawhide Kid]]'' #56, 58–59, 60, 62, 66 (1966-1968)
*''[[Savage Tales]]'' #1 (1971)
*''Savage Tales'' vol. 2 #5 (1986)
*''[[Strange Tales]]'' #145–149, 167-168 (1966-1968)
*''[[Thunderiders|Team America]]'' #2 (1982)
*''[[Two-Gun Kid]]'' #90, 92 (1967-1968)
*''[[Uncanny X-Men|X-Men]]'' #65 (1970)
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=== Graphic novels ===

* ''The Shadow "1941"'' – with Michael Kaluta and Russ Heath 1988
* ''Batman: Birth of the Demon'' – 1992
* ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow: Hard-Traveling Heroes'' Vol. 1 – 1992
* ''Batman: Shaman'' – 1993
* ''Batman: Venom'' – 1993, 2012
* ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow: More Hard-Traveling Heroes'' Vol. 2 – 1993
* ''Batman: Sword of [[Azrael (DC Comics)|Azrael]]'' – 1993
* ''Batman: Bloodstorm'' – 1995
* ''Batman: Death of Innocents: the Horror of Landmines'' – 1996
* ''Batman in the Seventies'' – 2000
* ''The Green Lantern/Green Arrow Collection'' – 2000
* ''The Deadman Collection'' – 2001
* ''Batman: The Ring, the Arrow, and the Bat'' – 2003
* ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow Collection'' – Volume 1 – 2004
* ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow Collection'' – Volume 2 – 2005
* ''Green Lantern: Hero's Quest'' – 2005
* ''Green Lantern/Green Arrow'' – 2012

=== Novellas ===

* ''The Iconoclasts'' – Fantastic Stories, ed. Ted White, Ultimate Publishing, 1971
* "Report on a Broken Bridge" – ''Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine'', December 1971
* ''After They've Seen Paree'' – Generation, ed. David Gerrold, Dell, 1972
* "The Elseones" – ''Fantasy & Science Fiction'', February 1972
* "Mister Cherubim" – ''Fantastic Stories'' June, 1972
* "Noonday Devil" – ''Saving Worlds'', eds. Roger Elwood & Virginia Kidd, Doubleday, 1973
* "Devil Night" – ''Haunt of Horror'' August, 1973
* "Annie Mae: A Love Story" – ''The Far Side of Time'', ed. Roger Elwood, Dodd Mead, 1974
* "There Are No Yesterdays!" – ''Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction'' March 1975
* "Sister Mary Talks to the Girls Sodality" – ''Harpoon Magazine'', January 1975
* "The Killing of Mother Corn" – ''Fantasy & Science Fiction'', February 1975
* "Father Flotsky" – ''Apple Pie Magazine'' May 1975
* "Alias the Last Resort" – ''Best Detective Stories of the Year'', Ed. Hubin, 1975
* "Adam and No Eve" (with Alfred Bester) – ''Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction'' March 1975
* "Wave By" – ''Fantasy & Science Fiction'', September 1980
* "Bicycle Superhero"- ''Superheroes'', ed. John Varley Ace Fantasy, 1995

=== Novels ===

* ''The Bite of Monsters'' – Belmont, 1971
* ''Dragon’s Fists'' – Richard Dragon, Kung Fu Master with Jim Berry, 1974
* ''Secret Origins of the Super DC Heroes'' – Crown Publishing Group, April 1976
* ''The Super Comics'' – Scholastic Book Services 1981
* ''Batman Knightfall'' – 1994
* ''Green Lantern Hero’s Quest'' – 2005
* ''Batman Begins'' – 2005
* ''DC Universe: Helltown'' – 2006
* ''The Dark Knight'' – 2008

=== Non-fiction ===

* ''The DC Comics Guide To Writing Comics'', Watson-Guptill, May 2001 ISBN<div class="cx-overlay"><div class="cx-spinner"><div class="bounce1"></div><div class="bounce2"></div><div class="bounce3"></div></div></div>&nbsp;0-8230-1027-9
* ''Batman Unauthorized: Vigilantes, Jokers, and Heroes in Gotham City'', SmartPop series, Benbella Books, March 2008 (editor) ISBN&nbsp;1-933771-30-5

=== Essays, reviews and interviews ===

* The Lurker in the Family Room – ''The Haunt of Horror'', June 1973
* Review of Will Eisner’s "A Contract With God" – ''Comics Journal'' #46, May 1979
* Interview w/ Samuel R. Delany – ''Comics Journal'' #48, Summer 1979
* ''The Super Comics'' – 1980
* Article on Garry Trudeau/Doonesbury – ''Comics Journal'' #63, Summer 1981
* Forum & Interview w/ Gil Kane – ''Comics Journal'' #64 July 1981
* The Man of Steel and Me – ''Superman at 50'', 1987
* Martial Arts – ''Superman & Batman Magazine'' #1, with Marifran O'Neil, Summer 1993
* Comics 101/Classes 1 & 2 – ''Write Now!'' #3, March 2003
* Comics 101/Classes 3 & 4 – ''Write Now!'' #4, May 2003
* Comics 101/Classes 5 & 6 – ''Write Now!'' #5, August 2003
* "Introduction" to ''Superhero: The Secret Origin of a Genre'' by Peter Coogan (MonkeyBrain Books) (July 25, 2006)

=== Animated film ===

* ''Batman: Gotham Knight'' – Audio commentary 2008

== References ==
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== External links ==

* {{comicbookdb|type=creator|id=279|title=Dennis O'Neil}}
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20020124130228/http://scifan.com/writers/oo/OneilDennis.asp Scifan.com Dennis O'Neil]
* {{IMDb name|id=1259714}}IMDb
* [http://www.comicmix.com/contributor/dennis-oneil/ Dennis O'Neil's column on ComicMix]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20060614143550/http://www.comicscommunity.com/boards/dennyoneil/ Dennis O'Neil's Official Message Board]
* [http://www.comicgeekspeak.com/episodes/comic_geek_speak-3.php Comic Geek Speak Podcast Interview (October 2005)]
* [http://docs.comics.org/images/7/7b/DC_Profiles_15.jpg "DC Profiles #15: Denny O'Neil"] at the Grand Comics Database
* [http://www.mikesamazingworld.com/features/creator.php?creatorid=128 Dennis O'Neil] at Mike's Amazing World of Comics
* [http://www.maelmill-insi.de/UHBMCC/namo6.htm#N68 Dennis O'Neil] at the Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20120518160646/http://www.comicscommunity.com/boards/dennyoneil/?lastmsg=1444#1444 Dennis O'Neil year by year]

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