Neal Adams is an American Comic book Writer, Artist, Publisher, and Producer. Neal has had a major impact on comic books as an industry, as well as being a premiere creative force.
He has worked on legendary runs of Batman, X-Men, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, Avengers, Deadman, and many more. His publishing company Continuity Comics published successful titles like Megalith, Armor and Bucky O'Hare. Many of the characters and storylines Neal created have been in recent Batman Movies, X-Men movies and even The Batman Lego Movie. Neal's co-creation, Ra's Al Ghul, appears in Batman movies as well as Arrow and Gotham TV shows. Arrow (re-created by Adams), also features another character Neal created Merlyn. Ra's Al Ghul and ManBat show up in video games all the time. Havok, a major X-Men character, has been featured prominently in X-Men movies, as well as other mutants Neal has created, prominent among which is Sauron.
* Catch Neal on AMC “Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics”, Season 1 episode 3 “The Trials of Superman."
Neal is currently working on a 6-part Deadman series, continuing a storyline and a character that he worked on years ago and that series will be carried into a Batman/Deadman crossover series right after that. In addition, Neal will be creating variant top-selling covers for all the major Comic Companies this year. Keep your eyes out for these! He has also decided to work on one of his own characters, Armor, that he published previously. He will be doing a major Kickstarter for his Armor Epic in the coming month. 2018 is a Big Year for Neal Adams.
Bucky O'Hare has been licensed from Neal by Bossfight Studios for a high-end collectible line of toys. Some are out now!!!!!! They have already been reviewed as some of the best high-end collectable toys for 2018.
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