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Neal Adams

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Neal Adams (born 6 June 1941; age 74) is an artist who has worked on a number of comic books and records since the late 1960s.

He worked for Peter Pan Records throughout the 1970s, contributing to a number of their sleeves and accompanying comic releases. In their Star Trek series of records and books, he was the artist and co-author of the 4th story, "The Time Stealer", along with Cary Bates.

He helped found the advertising-art company, Continuity Associates, with Dick Giordano. This studio also employed other comic book artists that worked on Star Trek stories, including Mike Nasser and Tom Grindberg.

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