Come to the Comic Store Wednesday, August 8, from 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.to catch the following fantastic in store appearances
Central PA native Darin Henry graduated from Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg. At 22, less than two weeks after graduating from Temple University, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked as writer’s assistant on the hit NBC series Seinfeld.
In 1995, Henry was hired as a staff writer on the Emmy-Winning ABC sitcom Muppets Tonight. Since then he’s written for every broadcast TV network on over a dozen series including Seinfeld, Futurama, Grosse Pointe, The War At Home and The Ellen Show.
Henry also spent three years living in London and writing for such TV series as My Family, Not Going Out, and Hotel Babylon. Henry has also contributed material to Curb Your Enthusiasm and co-wrote and produced The Seinfeld Story for NBC.
More recently, Henry wrote and executive produced the popular Disney sitcom, KC Undercover and started his own comic book company called Sitcomics which gives popular comic book genres a sitcom twist. Henry, who is currently developing a family sitcom for Netflix, resides in Santa Monica, California with his wife, son and daughter.
Jeff Shultz has been with Sitcomics since it's beginning 4 years ago, illustrating Super Suckers, while trying not to drive the head honcho, Darin Henry, crazy. He has also been with Archie Comics for the past 22 years, drawing the Betty and Veronica title for 11 of those years. Other work includes ghosting the Tom and Jerry newspaper strip and stories for Boom Studios Peanuts comic book. He lives in NJ with his wife and three kids-- and thankfully no more pets.
Glenn Whitmore is a 30 year veteran of the comics industry, initially establishing himself as the colorist on the Superman titles for DC Comics, where he also worked on various other projects such as The Flash, Justice Society Of America, and The Power Of Shazam. Later, Glenn made the transition into digital colors, adding hues to covers of several TwoMorrows publications, Steve Rude’s The Moth and Nexus, and ultimately Archie Comics. Most recently Glenn has joined the Sitcomics team to contribute his coloring talents to several of Darin Henry’s titles.