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Dixon's work with the Bat-verse began with a five-issue ''Robin'' miniseries in 1991, focusing on the then-current Robin, Tim Drake. The success of the mini-series led to two sequel miniseries featuring Robin, ''The Joker's Wild!'' and ''Cry of the Huntress'', also met with agreeable reviews. By 1993, during the midst of the {{ComicBook/Knightfall}} debacle, Dixon (now already the regular writer of ''Detective Comics'') was given writing duties on a solo ''Robin'' ongoing, which he would write for one hundred consecutive issues with more artists than could be counted. As the decade went on, so did Dixon's writing duties - at his peak, he managed half a dozen monthly books simultaneously - ''Detective Comics'', ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'', ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', and more, not to mention dozens of fill-ins for other books and an untold number of one-shots and miniseries.

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Dixon's work with the Bat-verse began with a five-issue ''Robin'' miniseries in 1991, focusing on the then-current Robin, Tim Drake. The success of the mini-series led to two sequel miniseries featuring Robin, ''The Joker's Wild!'' and ''Cry of the Huntress'', also met with agreeable reviews. By 1993, during the midst of the {{ComicBook/Knightfall}} debacle, Dixon (now already the regular writer of ''Detective Comics'') was given writing duties on a solo ''Robin'' ongoing, which he would write for one hundred consecutive issues with more artists than could be counted. As the decade went on, so did Dixon's writing duties - at his peak, he managed half a dozen monthly books simultaneously - ''Detective Comics'', ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'', ''Comicbook/{{Robin|1993}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', and more, not to mention dozens of fill-ins for other books and an untold number of one-shots and miniseries.

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In addition to kick-starting the ''Robin'' and ''Nightwing'' ongoings, Dixon also created famed Bat-villain ComicBook/Bane, and was the mastermind behind ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', both in its several initial miniseries and its ongoing, all the way through issue number 46 in 2002.

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In addition to kick-starting the ''Robin'' and ''Nightwing'' ongoings, Dixon also created famed Bat-villain ComicBook/Bane, ComicBook/{{Bane}}, and was the mastermind behind ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', both in its several initial miniseries and its ongoing, all the way through issue number 46 in 2002.


In addition to kick-starting the ''Robin'' and ''Nightwing'' ongoings, Dixon also created famed Bat-villain Bane, and was the mastermind behind ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', both in its several initial miniseries and its ongoing, all the way through issue number 46 in 2002.

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In addition to kick-starting the ''Robin'' and ''Nightwing'' ongoings, Dixon also created famed Bat-villain Bane, ComicBook/Bane, and was the mastermind behind ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', both in its several initial miniseries and its ongoing, all the way through issue number 46 in 2002.


Chuck Dixon is an acclaimed American ComicBook writer, best known for his work on {{Franchise/DCU}} comic books throughout the 90s, particularly Franchise/{{Batman}} family titles.

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Chuck Charles "Chuck" Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an acclaimed American ComicBook writer, best known for his work on {{Franchise/DCU}} comic books throughout the 90s, particularly Franchise/{{Batman}} family titles.


Chuck Dixon is an acclaimed American ComicBook writer, best known for his work on {{DCU}} comic books throughout the 90s, particularly Franchise/{{Batman}} family titles.

Dixon broke into comics with EclipseComics in the late '80s, and became a prolific writer at Creator/MarvelComics, most prominently on ComicBook/ThePunisher.

Dixon's work with the Bat-verse began with a five-issue ''Robin'' miniseries in 1991, focusing on the then-current Robin, Tim Drake. The success of the mini-series led to two sequel miniseries featuring Robin, ''The Joker's Wild!'' and ''Cry of the Huntress'', also met with agreeable reviews. By 1993, during the midst of the {{Knightfall}} debacle, Dixon (now already the regular writer of ''Detective Comics'') was given writing duties on a solo ''Robin'' ongoing, which he would write for one hundred consecutive issues with more artists than could be counted. As the decade went on, so did Dixon's writing duties - at his peak, he managed half a dozen monthly books simultaneously - ''Detective Comics'', ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'', ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', and more, not to mention dozens of fill-ins for other books and an untold number of one-shots and miniseries.

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Chuck Dixon is an acclaimed American ComicBook writer, best known for his work on {{DCU}} {{Franchise/DCU}} comic books throughout the 90s, particularly Franchise/{{Batman}} family titles.

Dixon broke into comics with EclipseComics Eclipse Comics in the late '80s, and became a prolific writer at Creator/MarvelComics, most prominently on ComicBook/ThePunisher.

Dixon's work with the Bat-verse began with a five-issue ''Robin'' miniseries in 1991, focusing on the then-current Robin, Tim Drake. The success of the mini-series led to two sequel miniseries featuring Robin, ''The Joker's Wild!'' and ''Cry of the Huntress'', also met with agreeable reviews. By 1993, during the midst of the {{Knightfall}} {{ComicBook/Knightfall}} debacle, Dixon (now already the regular writer of ''Detective Comics'') was given writing duties on a solo ''Robin'' ongoing, which he would write for one hundred consecutive issues with more artists than could be counted. As the decade went on, so did Dixon's writing duties - at his peak, he managed half a dozen monthly books simultaneously - ''Detective Comics'', ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'', ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', and more, not to mention dozens of fill-ins for other books and an untold number of one-shots and miniseries.

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Chuck Dixon is an acclaimed American ComicBook writer, best known for his work on {{DCU}} comic books throughout the 90s, particularly Franchise/{{Batman}} family titles.

Dixon broke into comics with EclipseComics in the late '80s, and became a prolific writer at Creator/MarvelComics, most prominently on ComicBook/ThePunisher.

Dixon's work with the Bat-verse began with a five-issue ''Robin'' miniseries in 1991, focusing on the then-current Robin, Tim Drake. The success of the mini-series led to two sequel miniseries featuring Robin, ''The Joker's Wild!'' and ''Cry of the Huntress'', also met with agreeable reviews. By 1993, during the midst of the {{Knightfall}} debacle, Dixon (now already the regular writer of ''Detective Comics'') was given writing duties on a solo ''Robin'' ongoing, which he would write for one hundred consecutive issues with more artists than could be counted. As the decade went on, so did Dixon's writing duties - at his peak, he managed half a dozen monthly books simultaneously - ''Detective Comics'', ''[[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]]'', ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'', ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'', and more, not to mention dozens of fill-ins for other books and an untold number of one-shots and miniseries.

In addition to kick-starting the ''Robin'' and ''Nightwing'' ongoings, Dixon also created famed Bat-villain Bane, and was the mastermind behind ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'', both in its several initial miniseries and its ongoing, all the way through issue number 46 in 2002.

In the early oughties, Dixon moved over to Creator/CrossGen. He briefly returned to DC circa 2008, where he was perhaps most notably responsible for the AuthorsSavingThrow RetCon of Stephanie Brown's death during the ''War Games'' arc. Leaving due to [[CreativeDifferences unspecified tensions between him and DC management]], in recent years he has written for several independent companies, most notably IDW Publishing, for their ''[[ComicBook/GIJoeIDW G.I. Joe]]'' titles.
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