How The Big Apple Influences Comic Creators @ The Soho Gallery for Digital Art, NYC
Start Time: 7:00PM End Time: 9:00PM
The Empire City, the City that Never Sleeps, The Big Apple. By any name (including Gotham City and Metropolis), the variety and diversity of people and places in New York City has had greater influence on comic book storytelling, both words and illustrations, than anyplace else on Earth. Our distinguished panel of NYC-based writers and artists, including AL JAFFEE (MAD Fold-Ins), PETER KUPER (Spy Vs. Spy), DEAN HASPIEL (Bored to Death), and R. SIKORYAK (Masterpiece Comics), will discuss with moderator DANNY FINGEROTH (Disguised as Clark Kent) how the Naked City inspires and permeates their work.
Danny Fingeroth and the Soho Gallery for Digital Art are pleased to announce THE COMIC BOOK ROUND TABLE, a series of five exciting comics-related events on five consecutive WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, APRIL 10-MAY 8.
Running for five consecutive WEDNESDAYS, starting APRIL 10, the CBRT will feature guests such as AL JAFFEE, DREW FRIEDMAN, DEAN HASPIEL, PETER KUPER, R. SIKORYAK, DAVID GERROLD, JOE ILLIDGE, PAUL KUPPERBERG, and moderator/organizer DANNY FINGEROTH, taking on topics of interest to pop culture lovers in general, and comics devotees in particular.
The Soho Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street,
New York, NY 10014
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