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Ron Harris (born 1949) was an artist for the Star Trek comic strip syndicated by the LA Times Mirror in 1981 and 1982. During that period, he also worked on the Dallas comic strip.

He worked on six story arcs, with writers Thomas Warkentin (8th "It's a Living"), Larry Niven (12th arc, "The Wristwatch Plantation"), and Sharman DiVono, and shared artist duties with Warkentin on the 8th and 13th story arcs.

Prior to working on the Star Trek comic strip, he contributed to Barbarian Women, an underground comic book. After his work for Star Trek, he was the artist for a tribute to the Golden Age written by Roy Thomas at First Comics, Alter Ego. He also worked on Crash Ryan for Marvel Comics, and Infinity, Inc., Young All-Stars, and Justice Society of America for DC Comics. In addition to his comic book work, he was an animator for DiC, Marvel/Sunbow, and Hanna-Barbera.

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