The Swamp Thing co-creator had written one last story starring the fan-favorite DC Comics character, which will see print in early 2018.
We reflect on Len Wein's contribution to the Green Lantern mythos, and how he and artist Dave Gibbons reinvented Hal Jordan.
Marvel, DC Comics, Hugh Jackman and more have shared their thoughts on Wolverine and Swamp Thing co-creator Len Wein's passing.
Len Wein, perhaps best known for co-creating Swamp Thing at DC Comics and Wolverine at Marvel, passed away Sunday at the age of 69.
DC has selected 24 creators at random to reimagine the classic Kirby Cool creation, in the spirit of 1985's "DC Challenge."
Co-creator Len Wein spoke with CBR about returning to his roots with a new "Swamp Thing" #1 and his "tour" of the DCU's supernatural side.
Firestorm, Metamorpho, Metal Men and Sugar and Spike feature in the new set of tales, which boasts talent like Gerry Conway, Aaron Lopresti and more.
Mark Waid, Len Wein, Paul Levitz and Anthony Tollin discuss the vital role Superman's radio show played in expanding the Man of Steel's canon.
The prolific author spoke with CBR about launching a new miniseries starring a character he co-created, and bringing the Metal Men into the DC You.
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
In a candid talk about "Convergence," DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio discusses the quirks and challenges of DC in the '70s with CBR and industry legend Len Wein.
James Robinson, Neal Adams, Len Wein and others discussed the role of the antihero in comics, from Wolverine to Green Arrow and beyond.