|Born:||March 12, 1962|
|Occupation:||Artist, Cover artist, Writer, Colorist|
Graham Nolan is a comic book artist, best-known for work for DC Comics on Batman-related titles in the 1990s and his work on "The Phantom" Sunday strip. He frequently collaborates with writer Chuck Dixon.
Graham Nolan started his career as a comic artist in the mid-1980's for various US comic publishers. His first long run was on Airboy, written by Chuck Dixon and published by Eclipse comics. Nolan and Dixon created seven issues of Airboy in 1987.
After this, Nolan began to frequently draw comics for DC Comics, including long runs on Power of the Atom and Hawkworld before landing a job on Detective Comics. Nolan drew Detective Comics from 1992 to 1998, scripted by Chuck Dixon.
In 1998, Nolan created and published his own comic strip, "Monster Island". When this story was reprinted as a back-up feature in the Scandinavian Phantom comic books (Fantomen and Fantomet), Nolan was also asked to provide painted Phantom covers for three issues. This, combined with the Phantom story "Death's Dark Path" which Nolan and Chuck Dixon had made previously for a trading card series, led to Nolan being offered the job as artist on the Phantom Sunday strip in 2000. Nolan quickly accepted the offer, as the character had been one of his favorites since childhood.
By the time he was offered to work with The Phantom he was already the daily and Sunday artist on another newspaper strip, "Rex Morgan, M.D.". Originally his intention had been to syndicate his own "Monster Island" strip, but when it was rejected he was offered work on "Rex Morgan" and later on "The Phantom".
Nolan pencilled, inked, lettered and colored his work on these two newspaper strips. He also filled in on the "Judge Parker" strip for a week in late 2006 when artist Eduardo Barreto was injured in a car accident in Uruguay.
He left the Phantom strip in 2006, with Paul Ryan taking over for him on the Sunday pages, to work on other projects. During his tenure he also wrote one Phantom Sunday story, and he has written another story for Team Fantomen.
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Phantom work by Graham Nolan
|1||"Woduro's Secret"||Reimerthi||Nolan||6 Aug 2000||4 Mar 2001|
|2||"The Lion's Head Tamarine"||Reimerthi||Nolan||11 Mar 2001||7 Oct 2001|
|3||"The War Mongers"||Reimerthi||Nolan||14 Oct 2001||7 Apr 2002|
|4||"The Briefcase"||Reimerthi||Nolan||14 Apr 2002||29 Sep 2002|
|5||"The Snake Goddess's Island"||Reimerthi||Nolan||6 Oct 2002||30 Mar 2003|
|6||"Terror in Mawitaan"||De Paul||Nolan||6 Apr 2003||28 Sep 2003|
|7||"The Sinbad Stone"||Nolan||Nolan||5 Oct 2003||28 Mar 2004|
|8||"The Viking Fortress Mystery"||De Paul||Nolan||4 Apr 2004||26 Sep 2004|
|9||"The Iron Python"||De Paul||Nolan||3 Oct 2004||27 Mar 2005|
|10||"The Prince Rex Conspiracy"||De Paul||Nolan||3 Apr 2005||25 Sep 2005|
|11||"On the Trail of an Assassin"||De Paul||Nolan||2 Oct 2005||26 Mar 2006|
|12||"Mystery of Fire Head Peak"||De Paul||Nolan||2 Apr 2006||24 Sep 2006|
|13||"The Time Skip"||De Paul||Nolan||1 Oct 2006||25 Mar 2007|
|1||"The Boy from San Diablo"||Nolan||Leppänen|
|1||"Five Days of the Dragon Chapter 3"||Dixon||Nolan|
|1||"Death's Dark Path"||Dixon||Nolan|