James D. Hudnall, American comic book writer, Died at 61

James David Hudnall was born on April 10, 1957, and died on April 9, 2019.

He was an American writer.

Hudnall started his career in the comic book field in 1986 with the arrangement Espers, distributed by Eclipse Comics.

Later, Hudnall worked for Marvel and DC on such titles as Alpha Flight, Strikeforce: Morituri.

His own creation Interface, which was a continuation of Espers.

Likewise, he composed realistic books, for example, Lex Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography, Sinking, Streets and The Psycho.

Hudnall arrangement Harsh Realm was adjusted to TV by X-Files maker Chris Carter in 1998.

Hudnall and co-maker Andrew Paquette sued Carter and Fox Television when they neglected to give them credits on the show.

The suit was later settled and as a feature of the settlement Hudnall and Paquette got credit in the opening titles of the show,

His different works incorporate: The Age of Heroes, Aftermath, Shut Up And Die, Two to the Chest, Chiller, Devastator, Hardcase and The Solution.

James D. Hudnall passed away at 61 years old.