The Starstone Chronicles
A Tale of Love and Courage in the Shadow of Apocalypse
de Gordon Derry and Adrian Kleinbergen
An epic tale of the apocalypse of a once civilized planet in deep space. A mystic who attempts to hold together the remnants of civilization, along with a mechanized Amazon, A canny warrior without equal and a giant created from the radioactive waste of the planet's ruin. Together, they confront an unimaginable enemy with the limitless power of the Starstone, the one object they have to obtain in order to bring to their ashen world a mighty being whose power can renew the lost life force of the very planet itself.
Adrian Kleinbergen (born 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 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). Kleinbergen 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. Kleinbergen’s most recent comics project is the 2001 graphic novel, Frontiers, written and drawn by him and published by MU Press. Kleinbergen has also worked as a professional comics inker for a variety of magazines and artists.
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