Chuck Dixon is an American comics writer best known for his many contributions to the Batman mythology.

Early works

Dixon is a very prolific comics writer who has touched upon many genres in his career but most are familiar with his action and military-themed comics. His earliest comics work was Evangeline for Comico Comics in 1984, and a year later, he was hired by G.I. Joe comic scribe Larry Hama who was then-editor for Marvel Comics' The Savage Sword of Conan.

Since that time, his output has increased with works for Eclipse Comics, Marvel's Alien Legion and Moon Knight. Around 1990, he came on board the Punisher comics where his stories of crime and action got him Dennis O'Neil's attention. Through much of 1990s till early 2000s, he contributed in one way or another to the Batman comics, either through the main Batman titles or its spin-offs Nightwing, Robin and Birds of Prey.

As a sign of his versatility, he has also wrote humor for Bongo Comics' The Simpsons, fantasy and horror for Crossgen Comics, and even licensed properties like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Snakes on a Plane and Transformers.

Work in G.I. Joe

Dixon first stepped in to write G.I. Joe comics when John Ney Reiber left the G.I. Joe Reloaded series. He began his run in issue #10 up till its cancellation to issue #14.

Current work

Dixon returns to writing G.I. Joe with IDW's G.I. Joe comic series. He is also writing Dynamite Entertainment's The Man with No Name comic.

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