John Higgins (b. 1949) is a writer.
Higgins left school when he was 15 and he joined the army. When he returned to Liverpool in 1971, he resumed his studies at Wallasey College of Art where in 1974 he qualified in technical illustration, allowing him to get a job as a medical illustrator at the The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
John Higgins is a British comic book creator. He began his career on the comic book industry in 1977, working for IPC Magazines in the title 2000 AD. Higgins was later hired by various companies including Marvel Comics and Eclipse Comics. His first published work for DC Comics was in 1986 Alan Moore's Watchmen series. Later on, he worked again with Moore on the famous graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke.
Most recently, he worked in the series called Before Watchmen.
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