Surviving the gangs (2012)
Robert Schoolcraft is a Canadian artist, who drew mainly science-fiction comics in the 1970s and early 1980s. He was a letterer for the French editions of foreign comic books published by Éditions Héritage, and also edited the publisher's SF magazine Odyssee. Only two issues appeared in 1979, and besides the comic 'Barbana' by Schoolcraft, the magazine contained work by Serge Ferrand, Zoran Vanjaka, Juan Raggo, Stéphane Delaprée, Gérard Fresne and Charles Nguyen Vinh. Schoolcraft furthermore drew the comic 'Capitaine Cosmos', and published his comic strip 'Scooter Tremblay' in La Presse from 20 March 1982 to 31 December 1983.
Scooter Tremblay - Les Cavernes de St-Léonard
He was furthermore a writer/illustrator for Le Journal La Presse, Les Editions Heritage, and Les Editions Paulines. Schoolcraft moved to New York in the 1980s and has been a professional illustrator and landscape/portrait artist since. Some of his clients include Prentice-Hall, Golden Books, Oxford University Press, Publications International, Municipal Police Institute of Boston, and other clients in Canada, Europe, Australia and the USA. He lives in works in New York City and is now specialized in storyboards for TV Commercial and web presentations.