Chuck Dixon Net Worth

Chuck Dixon Net Worth is
$13 Million

Chuck Dixon Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Charles "Chuck" Dixon (born April 14, 1954) is an American comic book writer, best known for his work on the Marvel character the Punisher and on the DC character Batman in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Date Of Birth1954-04-14
ProfessionWriter, Producer
NationalityAmerican
#Quote
1I think of Charles Schulz. People asked him all the time why he worked so hard and why he didn't take vacations. He would tell them that he worked so long and so hard to get the job he had that he didn't ever want to have a time when he *wasn't* doing it. I can't stop writing. And the opportunity ebooks offer to write without the interference and expense and delays of traditional publishing is irresistible.
2[on working with Sylvester Stallone] He read my Expendables prequel and called me on the phone to tell me how much he liked the dialogue and how closely I caught that characters. He invited me to come on board and do a re-write on the sequel script. That didn't work out. The money guys just wouldn't pony up for a "first time writer." But Stallone was great to work with. As easy a collaboration as I've had with Beau [Smith] or Scott Beatty. We've talked a few times since then and he got me the gig of writing dialogue for the Expendables video game.
3"The Joker re-invents himself everyday." Scott Peterson told me that and I don't think it originates with him. I used it as a guideline when I wrote the character and it allowed me a great deal of freedom in dealing with his mania. He could be as unpredictable as I needed him to be. The Joker was never stuck with one schtick like the Riddler or Two-Face are. And he's a character you have to think a lot about before approaching him. You can write a forgettable Penguin story and get away with it. Writing a lame Joker story is unforgivable. And one of my favorite aspects of writing the Joker was having him tell stories of his youth and then contradict them a few pages later.
4My stuff is all seat-of-the-pants writing; maybe I should pretend to be like other writers, say "Oh, yes, I've got two years of continuity in mind and more," but I don't. It's hit or miss. Sometimes it really works, sometimes not, but it all remains fresh.
5On the hit man comic book Alias, which he created for NOW Comics in the late 1980s: "... Actually the title and entire property still belong to Universal Studios who bought all rights from NOW Comics during the bankruptcy... They were very close to filming it 10 years ago. It had a screenplay by Frank Darabont and was to be directed by Joe Dante with Nicolas Cage and Gene Hackman to star. As I said, 'very close' to filming. The project was axed two months before principal photography was to start. The story I was told was that the producers lacked faith in Cage's box office. Guess the joke's on them."
#Fact
1In 2011, he was tapped by Sylvester Stallone to do a script rewrite for "The Expendables 2". He eventually declined, but was later tapped to write an Expendables comic book.
2On 'The Big Bang Theory (2007)' episode "The Hofstadter Isotope," Sheldon's assertion that having Bruce Wayne know who murdered his parents destroys any motivation he has for continuing to be Batman comes directly from the works of Chuck Dixon. Dixon is one of the most prolific writers of the Batman comic books, and specifically wrote a story for Detective Comics in which it is proven that Joe Chill did not kill the Thomas and Martha Wayne.
3Chuck Dixon's 1980s graphic novel 'Jungle Rules' was briefly considered as the basis for Die Hard 4. The story features airplane crash survivors fighting a drug cartel in the jungles of South America.
4Created (with Graham Nolan) the Batman comic book villain Bane, who later appeared in the movie 'Batman and Robin (1997)' and 'The Dark Knight Rises (2012)'.
5Adapted "The Hobbit" into graphic novel form in the mid-1980s. The book has been in publication for more than 20 years, and continues to be one of the best-selling comic books on the market.

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Batman: Return to Arkham2016Video Game character: Bane - uncredited
The Great Mistake of Dr. Miles2014Video short character: Bane
Batman: Assault on Arkham2014Video character: Bane - uncredited
Batman: Arkham Origins2013Video Game characters: Bane, Angel Vallelunga/Bird & Lester Buchinsky/The Electrocutioner - uncredited
Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite2013Video character created by: Bane
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes2012Video Game character: Bane
Batman Revealed2012character: Bane - uncredited
Young JusticeTV Series character: Bane - 1 episode, 2012 character created by: Bane - 1 episode, 2011
Justice League: Doom2012Video character created by: Bane
Batman: Arkham City2011Video Game character: Bane - uncredited
Batman: Arkham Asylum2009Video Game character: Bane - uncredited
Batgirl: Year One2009TV Series co-writer
Lego Batman: The Videogame2008Video Game character: Bane - uncredited
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman2003Video character: Bane - uncredited
Birds of Prey2002-2003TV Series Comic Book - 14 episodes
Batman Beyond1999TV Series character: Bane - 1 episode
Superman1998TV Series character: Bane - 1 episode
The New Batman Adventures1998TV Series character: Bane - 1 episode
Batman: The Animated SeriesTV Series based on the comic book story "A Bullet for Bullock" by - 1 episode, 1995 character: Bane - 1 episode, 1994

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Dark Knight Rises2012character: Bane - uncredited
Batman & Robin1997character: Bane - uncredited

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ghost Source Zerospecial thanks completed

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wizard World Chicago 20022002TV Movie documentaryHimself

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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