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Chuck Dixon

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Chuck Dixon
Biographical information
Born: April 14, 1954
Died: N/A
Nationality: Mini usa.gif American
Occupation: Writer
Website: Dixonverse

Charles "Chuck" Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an American comic book writer.


Dixon is perhaps best-known for long runs on Batman titles in the 1990s. He frequently collaborates with artist Graham Nolan. He has written for all the major comic book publicers in the US, including DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse, Eclipse, CrossGen and Moonstone Books.

In the 1990's, Dixon wrote several comics for the Swedish comic book market, including back-up strips published in Fantomen and Fantomet.

In 1996, he wrote a 12-page Phantom story for Australian trading card company Intrepid, drawn by Graham Nolan. It was called "Death's Dark Path" and was published as part of the Intrepid Gallery Card Series.

In the 2000's, Dixon has written Phantom stories for Moonstone Books.

Phantom work by Chuck Dixon

Moonstone stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "Slave Trade Part 1" Dixon EricJ, Guzman
2 "Slave Trade Part 2" Dixon EricJ, Guzman
3 "Five Days of the Dragon Chapter 3" Dixon Nolan

Other stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "Death's Dark Path" Dixon Nolan
2 "Death's Dark Path, Part 2" Dixon Nolan

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