13 Facts About Louise Simonson


Louise Simonson is an American comic book writer and editor.

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Louise Simonson's is best known for her work on comic book titles such as Conan the Barbarian, Power Pack, X-Factor, New Mutants, Superman: The Man of Steel, and Steel.

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Louise Simonson's went from assistant to senior editor of the comics line before leaving the company at the end of 1979.

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Louise Simonson wrote the majority of the title's first forty issues, even coloring one issue .

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Louise Simonson's contributed to such storylines as "Panic in the Sky" in 1992.

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Later that year, Louise Simonson was one of the chief architects of "The Death of Superman" storyline, in which Superman died and was resurrected.

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Louise Simonson was one of the many creators who worked on the Superman: The Wedding Album one-shot in 1996 wherein the title character married Lois Lane.

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In 1999, Louise Simonson returned to Marvel to write a Warlock series, which featured a character from her previous New Mutants run.

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In 2005, she wrote stories featuring Magnus, Robot Fighter for the publisher Ibooks, Inc In 2007, Louise Simonson wrote a one-shot starring Magik of the New Mutants as part of a four-issue event known as Mystic Arcana.

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Louise Simonson co-wrote the comic World of Warcraft, based on the multi-million player internet game, for Wildstorm, and a manga story, based in the Warcraft universe, for Tokyopop.

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In 2011, DC hired Louise Simonson to write DC Retroactive: Superman - The '90s, pencilled by her Man of Steel-collaborator Jon Bogdanove.

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Louise Simonson revisited her runs on X-Factor and New Mutants with new stories for X-Men Legends, pencilled by her husband Walt and published in 2021 and 2022.

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Louise Simonson's wrote an adult Batman novel and the non-fiction DC Comics Covergirls.

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