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Saturday, March 18 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Why Kirby is Still King

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A discussion of Jack Kirby and why he's the most influential artist in comics history and still relevant today. (He liked punching Nazis, for one thing!)

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John Broglia

| John Broglia is a New York based cartoonist who's love for comics dates back to his early childhood. He attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan where he studied animation. Early on in his career he worked on several creator owned projects such as Billy Tucci's Zombie Sama and Image Comics' God Complex with Michael Avon Oeming. He has also supplied art for anthology series such as Atomic Robo: Real Science Adventures and the FUBAR... Read More →
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Steve Price

Long Island artist and designer Steve Price has been kicking around the comic book business as a fan, retailer, and published pro his entire life. Recent comics credits include the logo and book design for NIGHTWORLD: MIDNIGHT SONATA (Image Comics) and an illustration in JUNGLE TALES of TARZAN (Dark Horse Comics). Older works include short comics in anthologies by Radio Comix, House of Twelve, and Manual Comics and a cartoon featured on one of... Read More →
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Rodney Ramos

Artist Rodney Ramos has worked on just about every major character for Marvel Comics and DC Comics with a flourish that makes him a master at his craft. He began his storied journey in comics as a Romita Raider at Marvel Comics, learning his craft under the legendary John Romita, Sr. Regular work on titles like "Psi-Force," "What The!?" "Thundercats" "Punisher War Journal," "Amazing Spider-Man," and "Iron Man" followed, as well as work on Green... Read More →


Saturday March 18, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm
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