We’ve got two questions for you this month on Dennis O’Neil’s 1970’s Batman run, both concerning the historical significance of characters he introduced. If you haven’t participated before, it’s simple, register your vote and defend it in a post below.
O’Neil created three significant protagonists for Batman, which has had the greatest impact on the history of the Dark Knight?
- Rha’s al Ghul “The Demon’s Head”
- Talia al Ghul “The Demon’s Daughter, Batman’s Lover, Damien’s Mother”
- Maxie Zeus "Because I wanted a 3rd Option
O’Neil is also responsible for three supporting characters who have made it through the years. Which has had the biggest impact?
- Leslie Thompkins, Angel of Crime Alley
- Matches Malone, Batman’s alias
- Arthur Reeves, Batman nemesis and world’s most powerful Public Works Commissioner
And check out the discussion post for all of Dennis O’Neil’s Batman 70s at