Artist Steve Scott Steels Up for Pittsburgh Comicon, and Lots of Sketchin’!
Pittsburgh, PA– Artist Steve Scott is steeling up his sketching chops to a fine pencil point, and heading to the Pittsburgh Comicon this weekend–for his first appearance at the event–joining the fantastic list of guests and activities planned for the long-running show!
Steve began his sequential art career at Malibu comics, with his fan-favored and memorable stint on “Razor” for London Night, followed up by work on “New Warriors,” “Hourman,” and “JLA” for Marvel and DC Comics.
Steve’s work has notably appeared in the pages of DC Comics “Shadowpact,” “The Creeper,” “Batman Legends of the Dark Knight,” and “Checkmate.” He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger, and many others. Recent and current projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles “Magik” and “Exiles,” multiple issues of the Marvel Adventures line, “She-Hulk,” “Indiana Jones” for Dark Horse and a “Kyle XY” project for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker.
In addition, Steve has the distinction of being the only artist to do comic tie-ins for the “Batman: The Dark Knight ” movie. He is one of the select artists whose work hangs in the personal gallery of director George Lucas, as well.
At this, his first appearance at the PCC, Steve will be debuting copies of his new sketchbook, “Steve Scott Sketches,” as well as doing original sketches at the show.
Taking place April 23-25th, The Pittsburgh Comicon is held every year at The New Monroeville Exposition Center connected to the Radisson Hotel Pittsburgh. At the Pittsburgh Comicon you’ll find a little bit of everything; Movies, Posters, Toys, Statues, Games, Anime, Manga, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, and of course Comics, lots and lots of comics, and the people who make them.
Other guests joining Steve Scott include: Bob Almond, Joe Benitez, Talent Caldwell, Tommy Castillo, Ernie Chan, Jay Fife, Tom Fleming, Dan Fraga, Ron Frenz, Gary Friedrich, Bryan J. L. Glass, Georges Jeanty, Leo Leibelman, David Mack, Chris Moreno, Rudy Nebres, Pat Olliffe, Stuart Sayger, Joe Sinnott, Roy Thomas, Herb Trimpe, Billy Tucci, Neil Volkes, and many more.
For more information on the Pittsburgh Comicom, go to: www.pittsburghcomicon.com
For more information on Steve Scott and his artwork, contact his agent at: email@example.com