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Born in April 1966, Hamilton has drawn numerous comics, including the critically acclaimed indie comic The Trouble with Girls and Welcome Back, Mr. Moto.
In the comics field, Hamilton worked for Malibu, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse and numerous others throughout the 90s. He was most prominently series artist on Trouble with Girls, Marvel's Wonder Man, Malibu/Ultraverse's Hard Case and Dark Horse's Catalyst: Agents of Change.
He also worked on a number of single issue or one-shot stories for numerous prominent titles including Green Lantern, Justice League, Steel and Deadpool. In the 2000s, Hamilton has been for independent comics company Boom! Studios on a number of its new series.
His most recent work has included adapting and illustrating Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island for Puffin Graphics, adapting Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451: The Authorized Adaptation for Hill and Wang, and serving as fill-in penciller on Nikolai Dante for 2000 AD.
Hamilton's illustrations have also been published by The New York Times, Nickelodeon Magazine, Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Cicada magazine, MAD magazine, King Features, KPR Inc., Oatmeal Studios, Wishbone-ITP, and ToyBiz.
Hamilton is also a founding member of the online comics collaborative ACT-I-VATE, where he has serialized his stories Pet Sitter and Adventures of the Floating Elephant.
He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Tim Hamilton's official website: http://hamilton-tim.pair.com/
Tim Hamilton's art blog: http://iconotrast.livejournal.com/
A Comic Book Resources profile of Hamilton's work and career: http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2009/06/13/month-of-art-stars-artists-choice-tim-hamilton/
An interview with Hamilton the website Graphic NYC: http://graphicnyc.blogspot.com/2009/05/firing-off-with-tim-hamilton.html