Most of Ande Park's career in comics has been spent as an inker, but in recent years, though, he has also turned his attention to writing.
As an inker, Parks has worked for nearly every major comic book publisher, on such titles as Wonder Woman, Superman, Daredevil, and Spider-Man. His bold, graphic style has won him widespread acclaim, including a Harvey nomination as best inker. He is best known for his work on Green Arrow, which he inked over his frequent collaborator Phil Hester. On Green Arrow, Hester and Parks got to work with the likes of Kevin Smith, Brad Meltzer, and Judd Winick. The book has been collected into several volumes, and was named one of the best books for young adults by The American Library Association.
Parks' writing career began when he created the superhero spoof Uncle Slam & Fire Dog for his pal Mike Manley's Action Planet Comics. In 2004, Oni Press published Ande's first original graphic novel, Union Station. 2005 saw the publication of Ande's follow-up to Union Station, a return to the genre of historical fiction. Capote In Kansas was drawn by Chris Samnee, whose bold, moody work work brilliantly with Parks' sparse, intense script.
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