Steve Englehart




Mantis Creator Isn't Pleased With Her Portrayal In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

Mantis co-creator Steve Englehart recently spoke to Polygon and was not exactly pleased with how a character he created ended up on screen. “Well, I was not happy with Mantis’ portrayal. .. That character has nothing to do with Mantis I will say that I liked the film quite a bit overall, they’re doing good stuff and[...]


The Comic Book History Of Mantis

With her first live-action appearance on the horizon, seem like a good time to do up a comic book history primer.She was created by Steve Englehart and Don Heck in 1973 when she appeared in the Avengers #112 She is the daughter of Gustav Brandt / Libra and is half Vietnamese and half German She[...]

The Hero Initiative Brings Steve Englehart To Baltimore

I did a small convention in San Jose many years back and was on a panel about comic writing with Steve Englehart It was one of the panel I've most enjoyed being on, not only because of the stories he had to tell, but the realization that he and I approached writing comic differently Where[...]

A Look Inside The Jose Gonzalez Vampirella Art Edition

This includes classic stories by Archie Goodwin, Steve Englehart and Rich Margopoulus Seven in all making up 152 page book.Jose Gonzalez Vampirella Art Edition writer: Archie Goodwin, T Casey Brennan, Steve Englehart, Josep Toutain, Mike Butterworth, Bill DuBay, Rich Margopoulos artist: Jose Gonzalez cover: Jose Gonzalez FC • 152 pages • $150.00 • Mature Celebrate the extraordinary work of Jose[...]

Silver St. Cloud Arrives In New Gotham Clip

Cloud, created by Steve Englehart and Mike Gold, first appeared in 1977 as a socialite love interested for the Dark Knight As Gotham likes to remix characters and tease future Batman happenings, it remains to be seen how this new arrival will alter Bruce Wayne's destiny. Fox released a new clip from next week's episode[...]

What Were They Thinking? – Extraño

Why include him in the What Were They Thinking? Does it have to do with the fact that he's mainly a Hispanic clone of Doctor Strange down to the point that Extraño in Spanish means strange or odd? He even looks a bit like the doctor and made me wonder if this was specifically a[...]

Marvel And Malibu – What's Five Percent Between Friends

Tom Brevoort has been answering questions about the Ultraverse issues raised by Steve Englehart, on Formsporing Specifically whether it was the 5% royalty issue that caused the non-publication Brevoort had been named by Englehart as someone who had trued to get Ultraverse comics published of later at Marvel. No, it has nothing to do with that[...]

Steve Englehart – How 5% Doomed The Ultraverse

In a podcast interview from Alt3red Egos with Steve Engelhart, describing his career in comics, he talked openly about his work on the Ultraverse for Malibu – and what happened when Marvel bought the company and closed down the comics line. Englehart says that in 2004, Tom Brevoort approached him to integrate the Ultraverse into the […]

Jim Shooter Said, Steve Englehart Said

Shooter, who late last night replied, "The reason the Harbinger kids were in a coma for months on the moon was because I trusted Steve Englehart to write a book, X-O Manowar, and he ignored our tight continuity to the point that I had to have months pass for the Harbinger kids to make our planned[...]