Friends of the Archives are personalities who do us the great honor of supporting our missions in favor of science-fiction. They come from different backgrounds. Cinema, television, literature, comics, arts, sciences, press, industry, etc… What they have in common: their contribution to science-fiction or their passion for the genre. Robert Watts was the first Friend of the Archives and he is also ScienceFictionArchives.com Honorary President. We will introduce new Friends of the Archives here as they join us.
Manchu is an artist specialized in sci-fi art, whose style is comparable to that of famed illustrators such as Ralph McQuarrie, Chris Foss or even Robert McCall. He was born in Cholet, France in Ma...
Who doesn’t know the famous artist and comics writer, Philippe Druillet !
He published his first work, Le Mystère des Abîmes, in 1966, generating an instant fan base. He foll...
Robert Watts is a British producer whose film career began in 1960 with a film entitled A French Misstress. At the time he is an assistant but quickly rose through the ranks to become, in 1988, one...
Stephen J. Sansweet
Stephen J. Sansweet was born and educated in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He studied at Temple University from 1962 to 1966, receiving a degree in journalism.
In early 1969 Sansweet became a repo...
Tom (Thomas) Jung is an American artist best known for his movie poster art. Tom Jung grew up in Boston and attend the School of Museum of Fine Arts. In 1958, after a few years as a freelance illus...
Wojtek Siudmak, Polish-born artist based in France since 1966, is considered one of the leading exponents of fantastic realism (such as M.C. Escher, M. Klinger, L. Fini and others). He proclaims it...