Gerry Conway

Gerry Conway

Highest Rated: 67% Fire and Ice (1983)

Lowest Rated: 25% Conan the Destroyer (1984)

Birthday: Sep 10, 1952

Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

One of the rare writers who managed to transition from comic books to television, Gerry Conway wrote on nearly every Marvel comic series published during the 1970s. His success in comic books oddly led to a career in television by way of animation, then on to primetime for the venerable "Law & Order" franchise. Though not as well known as predecessor and comic icon Stan Lee, or Todd McFarlane, who became popular in the 1990s, Conway nonetheless carved out a prominent career. Among his most notable work was the seminal Spider-Man storyline involving the death of girlfriend Gwen Stacy - a comic that remained popular well after publication, and The Punisher - the first real vigilante superhero that inspired two feature films.



29% 63% The Punisher Writer $33.7M 2004
No Score Yet 20% A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous Jokester Screenwriter - 1995
25% 38% Conan the Destroyer Writer - 1984
67% 53% Fire and Ice Screenwriter - 1983


No Score Yet 84% Law & Order: Criminal Intent Writer,
No Score Yet 65% Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Writer 1998-1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Diagnosis Murder Writer 1996-1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Baywatch Nights Writer 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Matlock Writer 1993
No Score Yet 0% Jake and the Fatman Writer 1992
No Score Yet No Score Yet Monsters Writer 1990
No Score Yet No Score Yet Transformers Writer 1986