Paul D Storrie

Booth 739

Paul D. Storrie has been writing comics since the debut of ROBYN OF SHERWOOD, the story of Robin Hood’s daughter, came out from Caliber Comics in 1998. Since then he has worked for Marvel, DC Comics, IDW, Moonstone Books, Lerner Books, and more. His most recent work includes THE VIKING QUEEN & THE VIKING QUEEN: SLEEPERS IN SHADOW from Source Point Press and the Eisner-nominated JOHN CARPENTER PRESENTS STORM KIDS: STANLEY’S GHOST.



Friday, November 11

Monroe Room

1:45 pm

Paul D. Storrie

Hey Kids! Comics!

How different is it writing for kids than writing for the general audience? How much do publishers (or licensees) constrain what can and can’t go into a kids’ comic?

Sunday, November 13

Monroe Room

12:00 pm

Paul D. Storrie

Turning Myths & Legends into Comics & Graphic Novels

There are ancient stories from around the world about incredible heroes, villains, monsters, and magic. When adapting them into comics, how do you decide what to keep in, what to leave out, and what to tweak to better appeal to a modern audience?