The comic-book continuation of the online sitcom, Jane Espenson and Brad Bell‘s Husbands (Dark Horse) tells the story of famous gay newlyweds Brady and Cheeks, who sparked a media firestorm when they woke up legally wed after a weekend in Vegas.

Q Center is delighted to welcome television writers Jane Espenson and Brad Bell to Powell’s books on May 6th, 2013 at 7:30pm.  They will be reading from and signing copies of their new Graphic Novel, Husbands – based on the popular online comedy of the same name. Espenson has written for shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, The O.C., Gilmore Girls, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, and more. Bell is a fresh new face in television, having written for Husbands and VH1’s Pop Up Videos.Espenson and Bell will be joined at the event by illustrators Ron Chan, Ben Dewey, and Natalie Nourigat.  This event is sponsored by Q Center.

Click HERE for event details.

 

Here is some additional info about our guests:

About Jane Espenson

Jane Espenson is best known for her work in the area of science fiction television. Her early work was primarily in comedy and included stints at Dinosaurs and Ellen. She later moved to the hour-long format where she wrote for shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, The O.C., Gilmore Girls, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, Caprica, A Game of Thrones and Torchwood: Miracle Day. She also co-wrote and executive-produced the Emmy-nominated Battlestar webisodes, and co-created Syfy’s Warehouse 13. She has written comic books, short stories and edited books of essays related to several of these shows. She is currently proud to be Consulting Producer of ABC’s Once Upon A Time and to be co-creator of Husbands. 

 

About Husbands  http://husbandstheseries.com

Husbands is a web-based sitcom (and now a graphic novel) which tells the story of two young men, professional athlete Brady Kelly and tabloid darling Cheeks who sparked a media firestorm when they woke up legally wed after a drunken Vegas weekend. But undoing their “I Dos” with a quickie divorce would only undermine the hard-fought battle for equality, so they decide to give the marriage a go.

Husbands had half a million viewers in the first month of Season 2!

* “Best web comedy of 2011” —TV.com

*“Espenson and Bell are re-writing the rule book and drawing bunny ears around the phrase television.” —Nerd Bastards

 

 

 

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