STERLING G. & S.

STERLING Geoffrey & Scott

Creators of “Captain Newfoundland” this father and son team (the father Geoffrey being a media mogul in the Maritimes) had at point of Young’s writing sunk $500,000 into the project. The artists were American: one being Dave Bulanadi who has worked for Marvel.

A Captain Newfoundland comic strip appeared on page 1 or 2 per week in the Newfoundland Herald. A 120 page saddle stitched book of the same name was produced. Atlantis a novella which added Captain Canada followed.

WORK:

CO-WRITERS (father & son):

BOOK GRAPHIC:

Content novella:

Atlantis, 1-1. Illus., Danny Bulanadi. Apache Communications International (Canada), no date.

BOOK GRAPHIC COLLECTION:

Content strip cartoon:

Captain Newfoundland: Special Collector’s Edition No. 1, 1981, Illus., Danny Bulanadi. St. John’s: Sunday Herald Ltd.

SOURCE:

Article book:

“Review.” Writ., Catherine Yronwode, Buyer’s Guide, June 1981.

Article newspaper:

“He’s Better Than Screech.” Writ., Peter Young. Toronto Star, 16, Nov.1981:36.

Internet:

“Geoff Stirling, TV Man and Cosmic Gyry, Was the Weirdest Man Who Ever Lived (in Newfoundland).” Writ., Drew Brown. www.vice.com.