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Creator: Ann Nocenti

Ann Nocenti is a Comic Book writer. Most of her work tends to be Marvel Comics, but she has done work for DC Comics. There's a decent chance that she was the first woman to write any given comic she worked on in the 80's or 90's (such as Spider-Man).

Comics written by her:

  • Bizarre Adventures #32: "The Streak" (with Greg La Rocque, 1982)
  • Spider-Woman #47-50 (with Brian Postman, 19821983)
  • Defenders #127: "Dreams of Glory" (with Marie Severin, 1984)
  • Doctor Strange #64: "Art Rage" (with Tony Salmons, 1984)
  • The Avengers #240-241 (with Roger Stern, Al Milgrom, Joe Sinnott and Andy Mushynsky, 1984)
  • Amazing High Adventure
  • Star Wars
  • X-Men
  • Spider-Man
  • Daredevil. Her run with John Romita Jr is regarded as one of the most significant behind Frank Miller's.
  • Marvel Fanfare
  • Inhumans
  • Someplace Strange
  • Marvel Comics Presents
  • Toxic Crusaders #7: "Girl Power" (with Marie Severin, 1992)
  • Marvel Holiday Special
  • Kid Eternity #1-16 (with Sean Phillips, 1993-1994)
  • Nightmare #1-4 (with Joe Bennett, 19941995)
  • Typhoid #1-4 (with John van Fleet, 19951996)
  • Girl Comics #3: "Blindspot" (with Molly Crabapple, 2010)
  • Vertigo
  • The All-New Exiles #9-10 (with John Fang, Malibu, 1995)
  • Raw Periphery #1: "Jezebel's Virtue" (with James Romberger, Slave Labor Graphics, 1997)
  • Batman:
  • Green Arrow
  • Katana

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