About Chuck Dixon

Chuck Dixon is a veteran comic book writer with thousands of titles to his name including a record run on Batman at DC Comics (where he co-created the villain BANE) and seminal work on Marvel’s The Punisher.

He adapted J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Hobbit into one of the most successful graphic novels in publication. He is also the author of the bestselling SEAL Team 6 novels from Dynamite.

Chuck currently writes the monthly Winterworld comic and the upcoming Joe Frankenstein for IDW as well as as working on new entries in the Bad Times and Levon Cade series.

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7 thoughts on “About Chuck Dixon

  1. How do you know so much about military stuff like acronyms and gadgets and gear ? Did you ever serve or where you a miltary brat or just do a lot of research ?

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  2. Any interest in expanding the block seven story…with the two god like characters…I would love the opportunity to draw it.

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  3. I just finished reading IDW’s Airboy Archives Vol. 3 (I already read 1 and 2). I just wanted to say the old Airboy’s hold up now. Many of the issues addressed are ongoing concerns today. I am very pleased that IDW has reprinted this series. I always assumed that I would only revisit this series when going through some of my old long boxes. To have it collected is truly a treat. I hope that IDW is going to print a Vol. 4 to complete the series. Further, I assume that since IDW is reprinting it at all (and the recent LS from Antartic) means that you hold the copyright on your version of Airboy and not McFarlane. Are sales strong enough to warrant a Vol. 4? Also, can we possible expect a new LS from IDW or some other publisher? Finally, if you own your version of Airboy, is the same true for the Black Terror?

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  4. Thanks to IDW the rights to “my” Airboy have been restored to me. We will absolutely be doing volume 4. The archive of 80s Airboy was always meant to be complete.
    Glad you like it!
    Chuck

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