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Steve Englehart

Steve Englehart
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Real Name
Steven Englehart
Pseudonyms
Steve Englehart; John Harkness; Cliff Garnett


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Characteristics
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Date of Birth
April 22nd, 1947

Place of Birth
Indianapolis , Indiana , United States of America


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Personal History

Personal History of Steve Englehart is unknown.

Professional History

Steve Englehart's first ever work in comics was on Vampirella #10 for Warren Publishing as an artistic assistant to Neal Adams (March, 1971). The bulk of his earlier career however would be for Marvel Comics, where he would gain acclaim for his work on Captain America and The Avengers, as well as many other titles. Englehart wouldn't come over to DC until 1976, when he left Marvel over a dispute with then-editor Gerry Conway.

At DC Comics, Englehart wrote Justice League of America (#139-146, 149-150), but is much more well known for his 8-issue run on Detective Comics. His work on Detective Comics #469-476, along with artists Marshall Rogers, Walt Simonson and Terry Austin would net him immense popularity. The work would later come to be known as "Batman: Strange Apparitions," and is considered by many to be one of the most classic portrayals of Batman, influencing other creators to this day. Before these issues were even published however, Englehart moved to Europe for a comics hiatus, during which time he wrote his own novel, The Point Man.

He would return to Marvel in 1983, but wouldn't work for DC again until 1987. He also wrote for stints on Green Lantern (Volume 2) and Green Lantern Corps (Volume 1). Also, he wrote the well-received Millennium crossover, which spanned through all DC Titles.

In 2005, he teamed up with Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin again for a six-issue Batman miniseries, Batman: Dark Detective.

Notes

  • Steve Englehart is also notable for introducing the concept of the Spear of Destiny to the DCU.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Work History


Official Website

http://www.steveenglehart.com/

Links and References

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

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Steve Englehart

Steve Englehart
Gallery
Real Name
Steve Englehart
Pseudonyms
"Stainless Steve"

Titles
Captain America, Incredible Hulk, Avengers, Doctor Strange, Fantastic Four, Avengers West Coast, Amazing Adventures (Beast) more...

Characteristics
Gender

First publication
at Marvel Comics: Amazing Adventures Vol 2 12


Place of Birth
Indianapolis , Indiana , United States of America

Date of Birth

April 22 , 1947

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Personal History

Englehart was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He graduated from Wesleyan Universtiy (Middleton, Connecticut). He has a wife, Terry, and two sons, Alex and Eric.

Professional History

One of the predominant Marvel writers of the 1970's. Englehart wrote 32 issues of Captain America Vol 1 and 40 issues of Avengers Vol 1.

Work History

Images Attributed to Steve Englehart

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

  • Gallery of Steve Englehart's pictures
  • Quotations by Steve Englehart
  • Steve Englehart in the news

Official Website

Steve Englehart.Com [1]

Links and References

Wikipedia: Steve Englehart [2]




This article uses material from the "Steve Englehart" article on the Marvel Database wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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