Dennis Hopeless

Dennis Hallum, known professionally as Dennis Hopeless and Dennis "Hopeless" Hallum, is an American comic book writer from Kansas City, Missouri who has written for Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Boom! Studios, Arcana Studio and Oni Press.

Hallum has written multiple series starring teenage superheroes and has said that he "tend[s] to write about the challenge of growing up." He's been praised by critics for including a female point-of-view in his comics. After finding success with two creator-owned comics, Hallum began writing for Marvel in 2011. In 2015, Hallum wrote two limited series as part of Marvel's ''Secret Wars'' event. The following year, Hallum began scripting Marvel's relaunched ongoing series ''All-New X-Men''. That same year, he resumed his writing duties on Marvel's ''Spider-Woman'' comic, the sixth volume of the character's ongoing series. The series earned Hallum some of the best reviews of his career, as he and his creative team received praise from feminist critics for showing the realities of motherhood. In 2017, Marvel published an ongoing ''Jean Grey'' comic, the character's first, with Hallum and artist Victor Ibanez at the helm. Provided by Wikipedia

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