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Aaron McClellan was a comic book artist who left the industry in 1999.

He began his career as a graphic designer in Ann Arbor, Michigan working as a t-shirt designer and then at an art studio specializing in logo design and office signage. He moved on to work freelance designing menus for local eateries, album covers, flyers, and posters before making his break into the comics industry with Hero Comics as a cover artist when he moved to Philadelphia. During this early period, he also worked for Western and MacMillan Publishing working on children's books including Raggedy Ann, Batman, The Toxic Avenger, and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?.

As he advanced in the comics industry, he began working for Marvel and DC Comics doing titles including Wonder Woman, Gene Roddenberry's Lost Universe, Quasar, and Vox.

He left the industry in 1999 to begin working as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator for several companies including the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the AAA.

His only Star Trek work was inking the fourth Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual from DC, "A House Divided" with Bob Smith.