Steve Orlando – The Midnighter Saturday 19 March, 2016. Outspoken Arts
Steve Orlando – The Midnighter
Saturday 19 March, Mitchell Library, Granville Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
Outspoken Arts Scotland & Unthank Comics presents:
STEVE ORLANDO (USA) – THE MIDNIGHTER
Steve Orlando’s first book ever was poorly drawn, in a fifth-grade classroom, pencils on Xerox paper, and featured a doughboy with superpowers, and names changed for trademark purposes. He was a precocious child. Today he writes and produces comics, including VIRGIL, Undertow and stories in the Eisner Award Nominated Outlaw Territory at Image Comics. He recently published Midnighter as well as taking part in Batman and Robin Eternal and CMYK: Yellow at DC Entertainment
Steve will be talking and answering questions about his work and what the world of comics looks like for LGBT creators and characters.
Afterwards, Steve will join us for a panel discussion with local writers and illustrators.
ALSO MEET ORGANISERS AND LOCAL ARTISTS AT …
LGBT COMIC MART (12 – 5pm)
A unique opportunity to buy comics and chat with a host of comic writers and artists from throughout the UK about their work. We’ll also be offering live illustration opportunities for budding artists of all ages.
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