Len Wein, the comic book writer and editor who co-created popular superheroes such as Marvel’s Wolverine and DC Comics’ Swamp Thing died today at the age of 69. DC Comics confirmed the news on their website.
“Len Wein was one of the most welcoming people and legends in comics from the moment I joined DC eight years ago,” wrote Diane Nelson, President of DC Entertainment.
Hugh Jackman, Joss Whedon and Neil Gaiman pay tribute to the comic-book legend who also had a hand in introducing Swamp Thing.
Len Wein with a Swamp Thing cosplayer, Photo. Lex Larson, at CONvergence/Wikimedia Commons Len Wein, the comic book writer and editor who co-created DC's Swamp Thing and edited Watchmen, has passed away. More »
Iconic comic book writer Len Wein, who co-created Wolverine and Swamp Thing succumbed to unknown causes over the weekend.
Marvel, DC Comics, Hugh Jackman and more have shared their thoughts on Wolverine and Swamp Thing co-creator Len Wein's passing. The post Comics Industry Mourns Len Wein, Remembers his Legendary Career appeared first on CBR.