Ingo Milton made his comic debut in 1972, when his detective strip 'Zenit', which he made together with his brother Freddy Milton, was published in Jyllands-Posten. He graduated from the Art School in Kolding in 1977, and found a job at an advertising agency. He co-founded the Gimle Studio in Copenhagen in 1980, and worked on the animated film 'Valhalla'. In 1987, his series 'The Shadow' ('Skyggen') appeared in the newspaper B.T. In 1996, Milton's album 'Master Lucifer', the first in the ongoing 'Joff the Scamp' ('Skalken Joff') series, was published. Ingo Milton also does the manga genre, which has resulted in series like 'Alfa, Sepp & Stick' with Jan Kjær. In 2004, the album 'CyberZombien fra Subkælderen' was released.