Len Strazewski

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Len Strazewski is a comic book author who wrote Starman after Roger Stern.[1] He has also worked on The Flash, Justice Society of America, Phantom Lady, The Fly, and many other prolific titles for DC comics. He also worked on a comic version of Speed Racer for NOW Comics. His Street Fighter II comic for Malibu Comics was canceled after 3 issues by Capcom because of his choice to have Ken Masters murdered in the second issue. Also on Malibu, he wrote Prime, Elven and Prototype. He is a professor of journalism at Columbia College Chicago and a member of the school's Board of Trustees.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.dcuguide.com/chronology.php?name=starman5
  2. ^ http://www.message-engineers.com/len-strazewski-bio.htm