Education Dartmouth College
|Notable works Rex Mundi|
Books Cold war ecology
Name Arvid Nelson
|Similar People Joseph Kosinski, Michael Arndt, William Monahan, Darren Gilford, Tom Cruise|
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Arvid Nelson is an American comic book writer, best known for Rex Mundi.
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- Life and career
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Life and career
Nelson started writing comics while at Dartmouth College, where he also converted to the Baha'i Faith. After graduating in 1999 he became a production assistant on a Woody Allen film, but it was while working on a documentary about The Paris Review that he visited Paris and started picking up influences that would lead to his creating Rex Mundi. It was planned as a 38 issue series and ends with issue #19. He has also created spin-off stories, like "Hill of Martyrs" which started in Rex Mundi #14 and continued online.
Nelson has also worked at Marvel and DC. For the former he wrote a Nightcrawler story in X-Men Unlimited. At DC he wrote a Mr Terrific story in JSA Classified and the first one-shot of the The Joker's Asylum series.
One major literary influence is Robert E. Howard and Nelson has worked on a Kull limited series at Dark Horse and in May 2009 it was announced that he would be writing Thulsa Doom for Dynamite Entertainment.