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Illustrator Series: Mike Fisher

With fans of comic books, sci-fi flicks, gaming and cosplay getting geared up for Alamo City Comic Con (September 11-13 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center), the San Antonio Public Library follows suit with the “Illustrator Series” — a cluster of exhibits hosted by branches across the city. Showcasing works by five like-minded locals, the series kicks into full swing this Saturday with a pair of overlapping receptions featuring works by Mike Fisher and Ray “Tattooed Boy” Scarborough. While Fisher (who runs the animation, cartoon and graphics studio Goofa Man Productions) is known for a retro aesthetic and his character 3-D Pete, Scarborough puts a recognizable spin on iconic figures (from Selena to Frankenstein) and recently loaned his talents to our cover story commemorating the 30th anniversary of Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.

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