(b. 1950) is an illustrator, cartoonist, graphic artist, musician, developmental editor, and author who has worked for DC, Marvel, Charlton, and Warren Publications.
He contributed "Bugs in the System" to witzend #12. Between 1975 and 1980, Sirois worked for Wallace Wood and other DC and Marvel artists, including Dick Giordano, Bob Layton, and Frank McLaughlin.
He inked backgrounds for Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Hercules Unbound, PLOP!, Stalker, Justice League of America, All Star Comics (Justice Society of America), X-Men, and Champions, among other titles, including the one-shot Superman vs. Muhammed Ali.
He's published several novels and a short story collection, as well as children's books. His science fiction has appeared in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Amazing Stories, and Fantastic, and online in Electric Spec, Flash Fiction Online, Everyday Fiction and Perihelion SF, among others. His writing has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
He lives in rural Bucks County, Pennsylvania with his wife and occasional collaborator, author Grace Marcus. Together they are writing a Young Adult novel set in ancient Egypt.