Author Talks, Comics & Superheroes, Online: Author Talk with Robert Quinn, Ethan S. Parker and Griffin Sheridan

Date and Time
Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 4 - 5 PM
End times are approximate. Events may end early or late.

Location

Online via Google Meet
For ages 13 to 18 years
Register online with full name and email address
Event Details

This event will take place over Google Meet. Join Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Librarian in a discussion with debut comic book writers Ethan S. Parker and Griffin Sheridan and artist Robert Quinn as they talk about their latest upcoming graphic novel, Kill Your Darlings!

 

Author Bios

 

Ethan S. Parker is a comic book writer who made his industry debut with the Image Comics horror/fantasy series KILL YOUR DARLINGS. Ethan is also widely known for creating podcasts and other online content for imprints like KLC Press, Ashcan Press, and JINXWORLD, with creators such as Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman, Brian Michael Bendis, and Matthew Rosenberg. He was born in Oklahoma, but currently resides in Arizona with his wife and their cats. He is deep into work on your next favorite book with his writing partner Griffin Sheridan.

 

Griffin Sheridan has spent his entire life in comic shops across Michigan, where he was born and raised. For over a decade, Sheridan was an active voice in comics discourse through numerous podcasting endeavours, including projects featuring creators such as Ryan Stegman, Donny Cates, Matthew Rosenberg, and Brian Michael Bendis. His love for the medium finally came full circle in 2023, with the launch of his debut series: KILL YOUR DARLINGS from Image Comics. He is perpetually making coffee, quoting Spider-Man (2002), and working on "the next thing" with his writing partner, Ethan S. Parker. He hopes you're having a nice day.

 

Bob Quinn is a co-creator/artist on KILL YOUR DARLINGS and is also known for his work at Marvel including Alligator Loki, Knights of X, and others.

Assistive Listening and ASL
ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing accessibility@nypl.org.