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Roger Slifer
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer

Roger Slifer is a writer of comic books, animation, and video games, well-known for a run on Omega Men in the 1980s. While working there, he co-created the alien mercenary anti-hero Lobo with artist Keith Giffen. An obscure Ghost Rider foe named Inferno (real name Slifer) and the Yu-Gi-Oh! God Card, Slifer the Sky Dragon are named after him. He was also a story editor and writer for the animated television program Jem and the Holograms. He also produced and story edited many other animated series including Yu-Gi-Oh, G.I. Joe Extreme, Transformers, Street Fighter, Conan, the Adventurer, and Bucky O'Hare.

Preceded by
Len Wein
Iron Man writer
1976
(with Len Wein)
Succeeded by
Bill Mantlo

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