Robert "Bob" Harras is an American comics writer and editor and publishing executive. Harras worked at Marvel as assistant editor for Ralph Macchio, on such titles as The Saga of Crystar, Dazzler, ROM, U.S. 1, and Micronauts. He was chief editor of Marvel's X-Men and Midnight Sons lines. Harras also worked as writer on a number of comics, including a run on The Avengers lasting from 1992 to 1995. Harras's was editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics from 1995 to 2000 during the time which Marvel teetered on bankruptcy. During his tenure, Harras oversaw critically acclaimed runs on titles such as Captain America, Daredevil, Ka-Zar and Deadpool. Since 2010, Harras has been editor-in-chief and Vice President of DC Comics.
No Superheroes in Hollywood
The West Coast Avengers were one of the few classic comic book series to be set in Southern California....