Answer: Mark Gruenwald
Mark Gruenwald was an accomplished cartoonist, writer and publisher whose career ̵
He began his career in comics in the 1970s with the release of his own fanzine Omniverse – a magazine that explored the idea of continuity in comic stories. The attention to detail and the focus on continuity in the storylines would prove to be one of his trademarks in the industry.
In 1978, he was hired as Deputy Editor at Marvel and stayed with Marvel Comics for the rest of his life. In the end, he works his way up to senior editor. In the next 18 years, he directed titles such as The Avengers Captain America Iron Man Thor . Spider-Woman and more. He also worked with pencils for Hawkeye and The Incredible Hulk . The pinnacle of Grünwald's work is widely regarded as his mid-1980s mini-series Squadron Supreme which focused on the story of an alternate universe in which the earth was ruled by well-meaning superheroes.
In 1996 he died, his desire to be cremated and to mix his ashes with the ink used to print comics was appreciated. In the summer of 1997, a limited edition of Squadron Supreme in the format of a graphic novel was printed in ink at a printing plant in Canton, Ohio, mixed with Gruenwald's ashes. Each issue of 1997 literally contains the blood, sweat and tears of the author.