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Gerald Brom (American, b.1965)
Comic Book Art
Gerald Brom’s work, which he signs simply as "Brom", has always tended towards the dark side. He was hired by TSR as a full-time artist in 1989 at the age of only 24. His work appeared in many of their Dungeons and Dragons related products, most notably in the Dark Sun campaign. His later works have appeared in the Wizard’s of the Coast collectible card game Magic: The Gathering, the cover for White Wolf Games’ Necropolis: Atlanta, and the cover for Pinnacle Entertainment Group’s weird-west themed RPG Deadlands. Brom has also provided cover for novels by Michael Moorcock, Anne McCaffrey, and Terry Brooks, among others. He has since returned to work for TSR on other projects such as Forgotten Realms, Planescape, and the War of the Spider Queen series. Brom has also provided much work in the computer game industry.
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