19 Facts About Chuck Dixon


Charles Dixon was born on April 14,1954 and is an American comic book writer, best known for his work on the Marvel Comics character the Punisher and on the DC Comics characters Batman, Nightwing, and Robin in the 1990s and early 2000s.


Chuck Dixon was born in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Upper Darby, reading comics of all genres.


Chuck Dixon is a graduate of Upper Darby High School.


Chuck Dixon contributed stories to the Hama edited re-boot of Savage Tales highlighted by a number of western stories illustrated by John Severin.


Chuck Dixon produced a three-issue adaptation of JR R Tolkien's The Hobbit for Eclipse with artist David Wenzel between 1989 and 1990, and began writing Marc Spector: Moon Knight in June 1989 for editor Potts.


Chuck Dixon was DC's most prolific Batman writer in the 1990s.


Chuck Dixon wrote many issues of Catwoman and Green Arrow, regularly having about seven titles out each month between 1993 and 1998.


In 1994, Chuck Dixon co-wrote the Batman-Spawn: War Devil intercompany crossover with Doug Moench and Alan Grant.


In March 2002, Chuck Dixon turned his attention to CrossGen's output, slowly leaving Robin, Nightwing, Birds of Prey and Batgirl over the next year although he co-wrote with Scott Beatty the origin of Barbara Gordon's Batgirl in 2003's Batgirl: Year One.


Chuck Dixon launched Way of the Rat in June 2002, Brath, The Silken Ghost and the pirate comic El Cazador, as well as editing Robert Rodi's non-Sigilverse The Crossovers.


Chuck Dixon wrote the Ruse spin-off Archard's Agents one-shots in January and November 2003 and April 2004, the last released shortly before CrossGen's cancellation of all of its series.


In mid-2004, Chuck Dixon wrote a number of issues and series' for smaller publishers Devil's Due Publishing and Moonstone Books.


In May 2006, Chuck Dixon contributed to IDW Publishing's Free Comic Book Day Transformers giveaway, leading to him writing the Transformers: Evolutions miniseries.


In July 2004, Chuck Dixon began his return to the DC Universe with Richard Dragon, a revival of the 1970s kung-fu character, which ran for 12 issues.


In January 2007, he wrote the Connor Hawke: Dragon's Blood mini-series featuring Green Arrow's son Connor Hawke, and in March 2008, Chuck Dixon returned to writing Robin.


Chuck Dixon wrote Batman and the Outsiders, a project he was signed to at the last minute, after original writer Tony Bedard dropped out due to being occupied with Final Crisis-related work.


In March 2009 Moonstone Books published a new Airboy one-shot written by Chuck Dixon entitled Airboy 1942: The Best of Enemies.


In 2011, Chuck Dixon says he was offered a chance to do a rewrite on The Expendables 2 screenplay by Sylvester Stallone, but declined.


In 2017 and 2018, Chuck Dixon wrote Zenescope's Van Helsing vs The Werewolf and Robyn Hood: The Curse.