Top Comic Artist Announced for Sci-Fi Scarborough 2017

Written by Martin Unsworth Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Event News

Another fantastic comic guest has been announced for Sci-Fi Scarborough 2017, artist Gary Erskine.

Gary has worked with all the big boys over the past twenty years, including Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Madefire and IDW. He’s also been involved with such comics as Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Terminator, Judge Dredd, and Captain America, as well as contributing to the development of computer games (for Sony and EA) and TV commercials.

His current project is Roller Grrrls, which he co-created with Anna Malady.

Sci-Fi Scarborough co-organiser Steve Dickinson said, “Gary is a class act and we are honoured to have him join us next April for SFS, We all have his prints on our walls at home, he really is superb!

Find out more and keep up to date with Gary at www.garyerskine.tumbler.com.

SciFi Scarborough 2017 takes place at the Victorian Spa Complex on the weekend of April 8th/9th, 2017. Other confirmed guests are Andrew Lee Potts, Julian Glover, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Gareth David-Lloyd, Garrick Hagon, Tim Rose, Clem So, and Jon Campling.

Day tickets are £15 (under 12s £5 Students £10) Weekend £25, and under 5’s go free.

Find out more at www.scifiscarborough.co.ukand follow on Facebook and Twitter.

Tickets are on sale from http://www.scarboroughspa.co.uk.

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