Tom Lyle Death | ‘Robin’ And ‘Spider-Man’ Comic Book Author Has Died

Tom Lyle Death | Obituary

Tom Lyle popularly known for his work on the Spider-Man and Batman franchises through the 1990s, has died. He died at the age of 66.

Tom Lyle Cause Of Death

Lyle underwent surgery early last month to remove a blood clot in his brain following an aneurysm the month prior. He had fallen into a coma, with plans being made for long-term care as of mid-October, per a public update from a friend.

Lyle made his mainstream comic book debut in late 1988 as the co-creator of DC’s Starman series with writer Roger Stern, but it was his work on the 1991 Robin miniseries — and the two sequels, 1992’s Robin II: The Joker’s Wild and 1993’s Robin III: Cry of the Huntress, all three written by Chuck Dixon — that transformed him into a fan-favorite artist.