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Anthony Lee Winn (born 1 January 1973; age 48) is a comic book artist from Saigon, South Vietnam.

Winn was an artist from an early age, winning a scholarship to an Anaheim art school by the time he turned 7. He began drawing comics in high school and eventually began working for Image Comics in the early 1990s. This led to work as a freelance cartoon artist and storyboard artist, and even as a stunt man on the Power Rangers television show. Some comic titles he worked on include Brigade, Star Wars, and Wolverine.

He worked in the comic industry from the early 1990s through to 1999 when he began working at Stan Lee Media, helping develop concepts. When the dot com bubble burst, he moved onto Mattel, designing web content and assisting on toy design.

After a battle with cancer in late 2004, he rejoined Stan Lee to work on Stripperella and formed his own media company, Deepcut Productions. [1]

In 1996, he penciled pages 38-40 in Star TreX.

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