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Tom Hodges
Biographical information
Born

April 5, 1972

Nationality

American

Career
Occupation

Penciler, Inker, Conceptual Artist

Companies

Lucasfilm Ltd., Dorling Kindersley, Topps, dreams & visions press, Dark Horse

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Thomas David Hodges (b. April 5, 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and currently based in San Francisco, California, is an artist who has worked on many Star Wars webcomics, as well as Star Wars Insider article The Mandalorians: People and Culture, written by Karen Traviss. He is notable for featuring visual reference on the first female Mandalorian. He also contributed artwork to the book You Can Draw: Star Wars published by DK Publishing.

He has created three tuckerizations: Vhonte Tervho, the first visual reference for a female Mandalorian, and RSO Terran Lyn from The Clone Wars: The Valsedian Operation are both named for his wife, Terri Hodges (formerly Fontana). Drake Lo'gaan, who appeared in Reversal of Fortune, is named for his son, Logan.

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