Jimmy Broxton has a background in graphic design, art direction and counter espionage. He started drawing comics only 2 years ago, his first published work was for DC comics in New York.
Often teaming with acclaimed writer Paul Cornell, he produced full art for an issue of Vertigo Comics' Saucer Country, and their latest collaboration is a special 50th anniversary Doctor Who one shot to be published by IDW this coming Dec. There is another project by the two in the pipeline, but if we told you what it is Jimmy would have to kill you.
With scribe Guy Adams (rising star and former Mi6 cohort) Broxton co-created GOLDTIGER, the classic 60s comic strip that never was, due out early next year following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the pair of former contract killers also regularly produce the Engine motion book for Madefire in sunny California.
Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray have called upon the services of the artist for Pornland Oregon from Paper Films as part of the Sex and Violence graphic novel. Currently the trio are adapting Hugh Howey's massively successful novel WOOL for newly formed Jet City Comics from Amazon.
When not drawing silly pictures for a living, Broxton draws silly pictures for fun, other hobbies include: cycling, mud wrestling, pretending to be someone else, cooking and the study of quantum physics, but never on the same afternoon.
He splits his time between New York and Camberwick Green, he shares his life with cats, house plants a human female and a fridge full of continental lager.