MD – Steranko Noir Exhibit

Steranko Noir Exhibit at GEM on March 26-28


Geppi’s Entertainment Museum (GEM) will showcase a historic display of Steranko comics, cover paintings, and the complete art for the groundbreaking Chandler: Red Tide graphic novel, the artist-writer-designer’s most innovative work and considered by many to be the first authentic modern graphic novel—which is scheduled for publication this year by Dark Horse Books.

Jim Steranko, author and guest curator J. David Spurlock, and BBC TV superstar Jonathan Ross will be among the luminaries in attendance Saturday, March 27, 2010. The event will be covered by international press.

“We’re extremely proud that Mr. Steranko and Mr. Spurlock chose GEM as the site for this event,” says Curator Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg. “From Nick Fury to Red Tide to Raiders of the Lost Ark and beyond, Steranko has had an incalculable influence on the history of pop culture.”

The exhibit runs from March 26-28. For more information, call GEM at (410) 625-7060.

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, 301 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-2434

(410) 625-7060


One Response to “MD – Steranko Noir Exhibit”
  1. Visit Baltimore says:

    I’m with Visit Baltimore and we did a video with Stephen Geppi, founder and CEO of the Geppi Entertainment Museum. In the video he tells us what makes the museum special and shows us some of the collections. Check it out at

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