James D. Hudnall

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James David Hudnall (April 10, 1957 – April 9, 2019) was an American writer. He was born in Santa Rosa, California. Hudnall began his career in the comic book field in 1986 with the series Espers, published by Eclipse Comics

He later worked for Marvel and DC on such titles as Alpha Flight, Strikeforce: Morituri, and his own creation Interface, which was a sequel to Espers. He also wrote graphic novels such as Lex Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography, Sinking, Streets and The Psycho.

Hudnall had diabetes, which in 2015 led to the amputation of his right leg.[1] He died April 9, 2019, one day before his 62nd birthday.[2]

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  1. James Hudnall Receives Prosthetic Leg Thanks to Hero Initiative Help, by Meagan Damore, at Comic Book Resources; published November 4, 2015; retrieved September 4, 2017
  2. Comic Book Veteran and Creator of Harsh Realm and The Psycho James Hudnall Has Passed Away, by John F. Trent, at Bounding Into Comics; published April 9, 2019; retrieved April 10, 2019