#1 Posted by MasterAction (671 posts) - - Show Bio

Something that really really excites me about comics is when a writer works on a comic that you wouldn't expect them to. Examples include Alan Moore on Superman, Neil Gaiman on Batman, Geoff Johns on the Avengers and especially Stan Lee writing many DC characters in a special spinoff! This also extends to people outside comics coming in to write, such as Kevin Smith and Allan Heinburg on Batman and Young Avengers respectively. In light of this I'd really like to hear some of the unusual writers you've seen working on a Marvel or DC title, chances are I'll probably pick it up!

#2 Edited by Manwhohaseverything (2104 posts) - - Show Bio

Harlon Ellison wrote Daredevil #208-209 It was a mediocre story, truth be told, but quite a name on a comic book.

#3 Posted by judasnixon (7233 posts) - - Show Bio
@Manwhohaseverything: Man I didn't know he did that. I love Harlon Ellison.....
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#4 Posted by Icarusflies (12513 posts) - - Show Bio

China Mìeville is writing Dial H right now.

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#5 Posted by Isis_Liafador (148 posts) - - Show Bio

Scott Snyder on Superman.

#6 Posted by MasterAction (671 posts) - - Show Bio

@Icarusflies said:

China Mìeville is writing Dial H right now.

Cool! But I'm not familiar at all with Dial H :/ what is it?

#7 Posted by Manbehindthewires (344 posts) - - Show Bio

seeing David Mack on Daredevil: End of Days has been really interesting. He darkens the tone even in a Daredevil book, and his cover art is something you wouldn't normally see on a Marvel title.

#8 Posted by MasterAction (671 posts) - - Show Bio

BUMP

#9 Posted by JediXMan (31321 posts) - - Show Bio

Neil Gaiman on Marvel 1602 and Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?

I did not care for the latter, but Marvel 1602 is great. His tone is quite unique.

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#10 Posted by JimTheSurfer (560 posts) - - Show Bio

Dan Slott on Spider-man. I admire, that he had balls to kill Spider-man and his writing is awesome.

#11 Posted by TheCannon (19469 posts) - - Show Bio

Geoff Johns wrote Avengers at one point?

I need to find that...