Andy Hartnell

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Andy Hartnell
Born Kenosha, Wisconsin
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer
Notable works
Danger Girl
Army of Darkness
Rokkin
Wildsiderz

Andy Hartnell is an American comic book writer and co-creator of the popular comic book series Danger Girl. He is best known for his work at Jim Lee's Wildstorm Productions.

Early life[edit]

Hartnell was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Hartnell got his big break at Wildstorm Productions and eventually worked his way up to become writer and co-creator of the hit Danger Girl series with artist J. Scott Campbell. Hartnell and Campbell later created the teenage superhero series titled Wildsiderz.[1] Hartnell has also teamed with artist Nick Bradshaw to write and create the cult-hit series Rokkin for DC Comics. He also wrote the Scream Award-winning Army of Darkness: Ashes to Ashes comic book series for Dynamite Entertainment.[2]

His other work includes reteaming with J. Scott Campbell on further Danger Girl adventures and writing additional titles for IDW Publishing and Dynamite Entertainment.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Hartnell resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and La Jolla, California.[citation needed]

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