Fourth-grader wins FanArt contest


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Nathaniel Robinson, right, recently won the children’s division FanArt contest at the Anderson County Library System’s Electric City ComiCon. At left is Alex Currin, branch manager.


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ANDERSON COUNTY — Nathaniel Robinson, son of David and Hakima Robinson, recently won the children’s division FanArt contest at the Anderson County Library System’s Electric City ComiCon.

Robinson, a fourth grade student at Thomas E. Kearns Elementary School in Greenville, was one of approximately 30 contestants in the division. His drawing was titled “Super Ninja Kid and Sidekick Ninja Girl.”

The ComiCon, a science fiction and fantasy-themed event, was the first of its kind held by the library system at the Main Library in Anderson. More than 1,700 people attended, participating in Cosplay contests, gaming, and panel discussions with authors and artists.

Nathaniel Robinson, right, recently won the children’s division FanArt contest at the Anderson County Library System’s Electric City ComiCon. At left is Alex Currin, branch manager.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_librarywinnerrobinson1.jpgNathaniel Robinson, right, recently won the children’s division FanArt contest at the Anderson County Library System’s Electric City ComiCon. At left is Alex Currin, branch manager. Courtesy photo

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