|Birth name:||Arnold Craig Farley|
|Roles:||Writer; Penciler; Inker; Cover artist; Cover inker; Letterer|
|Place of birth:||Massachusetts|
|Notable works:||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|
|1st Sci-Fi:||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 29|
Arnold Craig "A.C." Farley is a comic book graphic artist. He is known for his work in the independent comics market on titles such as Bioneers, for Mirage Studios' "Next Entertainment" imprint, of which he was the writer, artist and cover artist on both issues. Also for Mirage, he worked on the anthology series Plastron Cafe, of which he was a writer on issues #2-4, and penciler & inker on issues #1-2, and the cover artist on issue #4. Farley is best known however for his work on Eastman & Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic franchise. He was a penciler on two issues of the original series, and drew one issue from the second series. He was the colorist on four issues of the title. A.C. Farley was the cover artist on sixteen issues of the first Turtles series. He worked on the cover to the first issue of the second volume, and issue #24 of volume three.
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