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Adrian Alphona

Adrian Alphona
Nationality Canadian
Area(s) Artist
Notable works Runaways

Adrian Alphona is a Canadian comic book artist best known for his work on Marvel Comics' Runaways, which he co-created with writer Brian K. Vaughan.

Slated to be pencilling the second volume of Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane when writer Terry Moore took over writing duties from Sean McKeever, Alphona instead chose to leave comics entirely, only supplying the covers for the new series, whilst art duties were handed over to Craig Rousseau. However, Alphona made a return to comics in June 2009, doing art for the Captain Britain and MI: 13 annual.[1] He currently is penciling Uncanny X-Force alongside Ron Garney.

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External links

  • Adrian Alphona at the Comic Book DB
  • Adrian Alphona at Comicvine

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