Ardian Syaf is a comic book artist.

Professional History

After working as an comic artist in his native Indonesia, he broke through on the American market in 2007 with Dabel Brothers Publishing's The Dresden Files. Sono after, he began working for Marvel and DC, working exclusively for the latter between 2009 and 2011 on a number of titles. With the New 52, he was selected to draw Batgirl (Volume 4), written by Gail Simone.

His career ended in controversy after he included anti-semitic and nationalist Indonesian easter eggs in X-Men Gold #1.

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