Frank Brunner is an American comic book artist and illustrator, born on February 13, 1949. He is best known for his work on Marvel Comics’ Doctor Strange in the 1970s, where he co-created the character of Clea with writer Steve Englehart. Brunner’s distinctive style was characterized by its intricate, detailed linework and strong use of shadows and shading. In addition to Doctor Strange, Brunner has also worked on other Marvel titles such as Howard the Duck, Man-Thing, and The Defenders. He has also done work for other publishers such as DC Comics and Heavy Metal Magazine. Brunner has received several industry awards for his work, including the Shazam Award for Best Penciller in 1974 and the Inkpot Award in 1975.
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