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  • Gerry Conway is a writer for Marvel Comics. Having written an outline (including the names of 'Jason' and 'Alexander') for the strip that would become Terror on the Planet of the Apes, before it was taken over by Doug Moench for the rest of it's run, Conway was co-credited with writing on the first chapter of the story, in Planet of the Apes Magazine #1. Conway (initially with Roy Thomas) also wrote the early installments of Marvel's Killraven strips that would later be altered into an Apes story - 'Apeslayer' - for inclusion in the UK Planet of the Apes comic. Conway briefly served as Editor-in-Chief of Marvel in 1976, between Marv Wolfman and Archie Goodwin.
  • Gerry Conway is an American writer of comic books and television. Best known for creating the superhero The Punisher for Marvel Comics and his long run on their The Amazing Spider-Man series, Conway will write the first title in the forthcoming The Hardy Boys The New Case Files series, Crawling with Zombies from Papercutz.
  • Gerry Conway was Felicity Smoak's executive assistant during her time working for Palmer Technologies.
  • Gerard F. Conway (born September 10, 1952) is an American writer. Conway was originally a comic book writer, and is probably best-remembered for writing Spider-Man's infamous "Death of Gwen Stacy" storyline. His prolific output includes hundreds of Marvel and DC books, and he helped create a number of enduring characters, including the Punisher, Firestorm, and Man-Thing. After serving as Marvel's editor-in-chief (succeeding Marv Wolfman), he turned to writing for television. Starting out with scripts for Transformers, G.I. Joe, and Centurions, he later moved on to live-action dramas like Diagnosis Murder and Law & Order. He is currently a producer on Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
  • Law & Order: * Story & Teleplay: * Season 9 : "Hunters" * Season 10 : "Justice" • "High & Low" • "Collision" Law & Order: Criminal Intent: * Story & Teleplay: * Season 2 : "Con-Text" • "Probability" • "Blink" * Season 3 : "But Not Forgotten" • "F.P.S." • "Conscience" * Season 4 : "Semi-Detached" • "Collective" • "No Exit" * Season 5 : "Saving Face" • "Wrongful Life" • "The Good"
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  • He has been a professional writer since he was sixteen. He has written a wide variety of materials including comic books, novels, short stories, screenplays, and television shows. In the comics industry, is he best known for his run on The Amazing Spider-Man, during which Gwen Stacey died and The Punisher was introduced to the Marvel universe. His other main creation was with Al Milgrom, the DC character Firestorm. He authored the final five arcs of the series, beginning 14 February 1983 and ending 3 December 1983 :
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  • Alive
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  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • The Punisher
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  • Gerry Conway
  • Gerry Conway
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  • September
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  • * http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Gerry_Conway * Gerry Conway at the Comic Book DB * Gerry Conway at the Grand Comics Database * Star Trek Comics Checklist * * TV.com: Gerry Conway * The New York Times: Movies: Gerry Conway * Women in Refrigerators: "Gerry Conway Responds" * Gerry Conway interview, Alter Ego #14 (April 2002) * Gerry Conway Interview - Four Color Memories (Dec 2009) * Gerry Conway's blog
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  • 1952
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  • Writer; Editor; Editor-in-Chief
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  • Crawling with Zombies
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  • 10
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  • Atlas/Seaboard Comics; Comic Art; DC; Marvel; Papercutz
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  • Writer
  • Felicity Smoak's executive assistant
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  • Male
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  • Gerard Francis Conway
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  • USA
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  • Gerry Conway
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  • __NOEDITSECTION__[[Category:Year of Death - ]]
  • Gerry Conway is a writer for Marvel Comics. Having written an outline (including the names of 'Jason' and 'Alexander') for the strip that would become Terror on the Planet of the Apes, before it was taken over by Doug Moench for the rest of it's run, Conway was co-credited with writing on the first chapter of the story, in Planet of the Apes Magazine #1. Conway (initially with Roy Thomas) also wrote the early installments of Marvel's Killraven strips that would later be altered into an Apes story - 'Apeslayer' - for inclusion in the UK Planet of the Apes comic. Conway briefly served as Editor-in-Chief of Marvel in 1976, between Marv Wolfman and Archie Goodwin.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Gerry Conway File:GerryConway1218.jpg Gallery Real Name Gerard Francis Conway Pseudonyms Gerry Conway Employers [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] , [[|]][[Category: Staff]] Job Titles Writer; Editor; Editor-in-Chief Gender Date of Birth September 10, 1952 Place of Birth New York City, New York, United States of America First publication Unknown
  • Gerry Conway is an American writer of comic books and television. Best known for creating the superhero The Punisher for Marvel Comics and his long run on their The Amazing Spider-Man series, Conway will write the first title in the forthcoming The Hardy Boys The New Case Files series, Crawling with Zombies from Papercutz.
  • Gerry Conway was Felicity Smoak's executive assistant during her time working for Palmer Technologies.
  • Gerard F. Conway (born September 10, 1952) is an American writer. Conway was originally a comic book writer, and is probably best-remembered for writing Spider-Man's infamous "Death of Gwen Stacy" storyline. His prolific output includes hundreds of Marvel and DC books, and he helped create a number of enduring characters, including the Punisher, Firestorm, and Man-Thing. After serving as Marvel's editor-in-chief (succeeding Marv Wolfman), he turned to writing for television. Starting out with scripts for Transformers, G.I. Joe, and Centurions, he later moved on to live-action dramas like Diagnosis Murder and Law & Order. He is currently a producer on Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
  • Law & Order: * Story & Teleplay: * Season 9 : "Hunters" * Season 10 : "Justice" • "High & Low" • "Collision" Law & Order: Criminal Intent: * Story & Teleplay: * Season 2 : "Con-Text" • "Probability" • "Blink" * Season 3 : "But Not Forgotten" • "F.P.S." • "Conscience" * Season 4 : "Semi-Detached" • "Collective" • "No Exit" * Season 5 : "Saving Face" • "Wrongful Life" • "The Good"
  • He has been a professional writer since he was sixteen. He has written a wide variety of materials including comic books, novels, short stories, screenplays, and television shows. In the comics industry, is he best known for his run on The Amazing Spider-Man, during which Gwen Stacey died and The Punisher was introduced to the Marvel universe. His other main creation was with Al Milgrom, the DC character Firestorm. He authored the final five arcs of the series, beginning 14 February 1983 and ending 3 December 1983 : * #16 Sixteenth Story Arc * #17: "Goodbye to Spock" * #18: Eighteenth Story Arc * #19 "The Retirement of Admiral Kirk" * #20: Twentieth Story Arc
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