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Marvel Comics’ Strange Tales I and II are finally complete and collected! To celebrate this amazing assortment of alternative and independent cartoonists, the CBLDF and THE BEAT are hosting a party for contributors and fans! DON’T MISS OUT on this rare opportunity to meet this wide variety of creators, all in one fun spot!
hosted by CBLDF and THE BEAT
7-9- pm. Saturday April 9th
The Mad Hatter
360 Third Ave (at 26th St.), New York, NY 10016
Just around the Corner from MoCCA
Copies of STRANGE TALES I and II will be available at the party,
donations benefiting the CBLDF.
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Monsters of Webcomics
Final Frames: Behind the Scenes at the Perry Bible Fellowship
Cartoon Art Museum events:
Booksigning: Thursday, August 27, 2009, 7:00-9:00pm, Free and open to the public
Presentation: Friday, August 28, 2009: 7:00-9:00pm, $10 general admission/$5 C.A.M. Members
(Please call 415.227.8666, ext. 313 for reservations.)
The Cartoon Art Museum’s Monsters of Webcomics exhibition is so big that it needs TWO opening receptions with special guest Nick Gurewitch, creator of the popular webcomic The Perry Bible Fellowship.
On Thursday, August 27, Gurewitch will meet fans and sign copies of the two bestselling Perry Bible Fellowship collections, The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack. The booksigning is free and open to the public.
On Friday, August 28, Gurewitch guides Perry Bible Fellowship fans through an artistic thesis about visual storytelling, and will go behind the scenes of comic-production with co-writer/spiritual advisor Evan Keogh. As an added bonus, never-before-seen comics by Gurewitch will be on display as part of the Cartoon Art Museum’s Monsters of Webcomics exhibition. Special guest Michael Capozzola (stand-up comedian and creator of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Surveillance Caricatures) will lead a Q&A with Gurewitch immediately following the presentation. This is a ticketed event. General admission for this presentation is $10, or $5 for members of the Cartoon Art Museum.
The Cartoon Art Museum would like to thank the generous sponsors who made this event possible. JetBlue Airways provided Mr. Gurewitch’s airfare, and Dark Horse Comics assisted with publicity and other promotional considerations.
Cartoon Art Museum, 655 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105