Time-travelling into comics directly out of Telltale's 2010 smash-hit episodic video game BACK TO THE FUTURE: THE GAME! When an empty time-traveling DeLorean suddenly shows up in 1986, Marty McFly quickly learns that his friend Doctor Emmett "Doc" Brown is stranded in 1931 and possibly in mortal danger. Now it's up to Marty to return to the past to once again save Doc and the time-space continuum!
Michael Robert "Bob" Gale is an American screenwriter, producer and film director. He famously co-wrote the science fiction film Back to the Future, with writing partner Robert Zemeckis, and the screenplays for the film's two sequels. Gale also co-produced all three films, served as associate producer on the 1991 animated TV series, and co-writes the comics from IDW Publishing. Gale has also written other comics, including Marvel Comics' Ant-Man's Big Christmas and DC Comics' Batman. In 2001, Gale had a short run on Marvel's Daredevil, writing issues #20-25 of Volume 2. Working with artists Phil Winslade and David Ross, they created the story arc "Playing to the Camera." In 2008 Gale worked as one of the writers among the rotating writer/artist teams on The Amazing Spider-Man, which at the time was published three times a month. Erik Burnham is a Minnesotan writer and artist that first broke into comics with a series of humorous short stories in the Shooting Star Comics Anthology. After working on a horror story for Gene Simmons' House of Horror #3 at IDW Publishing, Erik worked on several other projects for IDW, including his current critically acclaimed run on the ongoing GHOSTBUSTERS comic book. He's also been fortunate to work on many other projects, including varied work for Cryptozoic, Insight Editions, Marvel, and Panini.