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Adrian Kleinbergen (1961–) is a Canadian artist, born in Edmonton, Alberta. Along with drawing and paint­ing, he does jewelry design and manufacture, sculpture, caricature, writ­ing, costuming, and even magic. He started in comics in 1987, penciling, inking and coloring "Starstone" and "Darkewood" for Aircel Publishing in Ottawa, Canada. He ran his own comic publish­ing com­pany, Ground Zero Graphics, which published "The Shadowalker Chronicles" in 1991 (Starstone, Darkewood and The Shadowalker Chronicles were created and written by Gordon Derry, of Ottawa, Canada). Adrian was the primary artist and a column­ist for the national magic maga­zine, "The Servante". He was one of the original artists for On Spec and Neo-opsis magazines, doing both covers and interior art. Adrian’s latest project is a graphic novel, Frontiers, written and drawn by him and published by MU Press, in Seattle, Washington.


Brief synopsis of Frontiers; "Adrian Kleinbergen's epic tale of love, loss, betrayal, and flight takes Captain Marla Fireclaw far beyond the lands she knows. Lieutenant Longburrow, a member of a race she despises, gradually earns her trust, her respect, and finally her love. Then, he strands himself in a danger-strewn wasteland to save her life. His sacrifice will put them and their culture both on the road to redemption. Originally serialized by MU Press but now available on Lulu.com


Adrian has also worked as a professional comics inker for a variety of magazines and artists and has displayed and sold artwork in a number of venues and galleries.

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