Jimmy Neutron by Hilary Barta
Jimmy Neutron (Nickelodeon Magazine, 2008)

Comic book writer and artist Hilary Barta began his career in 1982, assisting Marvel inkers Al Milgrom, Joe Sinnott and Sal Trapani. Throughout the 1980s he worked only as an inker for both Marvel, First Comics and Eclipse. His credits include titles like 'The Thing', 'Starslayer', 'Warp', 'American Flagg', 'Power Pack' and 'Airboy'. As a penciller, he drew back-ups for Steve Rude's 'Nexus', and on stories for Marvel's 'What The--?!' and DC's 'Plastic Man'.

In the 1990s he was still doing mainly inking duties, among others on 'Alpha Flight', 'Power Pack', 'The New Mutants' and 'StormWatch'. He contributed stories to the Paradox Press 'Big Book' series and to Dark Horse's 'Urban Legends'. In 2000 he drew 'Splash Brannigan' stories for Alan Moore's anthology 'Tomorrow Stories'. Later on, he illustrated short stories for 'Simpsons Comics' and 'Treehouse of Horror' for Bongo Comics, 'Jimmy Neutron' stories for Nickelodeon Magazine, and 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' stories for both Mirage Comics and Titan Magazines.

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