Frank Tieri (writer)

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Frank Tieri
Born (1970-12-01) December 1, 1970 (age 43)
Brooklyn
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer

Frank Tieri is an American comic book writer.

Career[edit]

At Marvel Tieri has written New Excalibur, Iron Man, Wolverine (and its spin-off, a short-lived Weapon X ongoing series), Underworld, a post Avengers Disassembled Hercules mini-series, Wolverine/Darkness, X-Men: Dracula vs. Apocalypse, Civil War: War Crimes, as well as World War Hulk: Gamma Corps for Marvel Comics.

For DC, he has written a JSA Classified story, as well as Countdown tie-ins Lord Havok and the Extremists,[1] Gotham Underground,[2][3] and two upcoming issues of Batman and the Outsiders.[4][5]

Tieri is the writer of the storyline in the 2011 video game Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.[6] He has also written a 2012 episode of the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series.[7]

He appeared at the MarvelFest NYC 2009 event along with other writers Dan Slott and Chris Claremont and comedic writer Scott Adsit.[8]

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Comics work includes:

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Preceded by
Chuck Dixon
Batman and the Outsiders writer
2008-2009
Succeeded by
Peter Tomasi