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Join the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) and Geek Week for an in depth conversation with one of the key people behind the masterpieces of the Batman films, Michael Uslan. Come and listen as he speaks about his journey to bring Batman to the big screen.
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7:30 PM- Book Signing (books will be available for purchase at the event through Barnes and Noble)
8:30 PM- Event begins
Multipurpose Room, Rutgers Student Center
Chris Hardwick is coming to Rutgers! The creator of The Nerdist podcast network, one of Time Magazine’s 140 Most Influential People on Twitter, author of The Nerdist Way, and perpetual nerd and geek advocate, will share stories and insights from his book and his career. Moderated by nerdcore hip-hop artist Adam WarRock, this is the keynote speaker of Rutgers University Geek Week, and an event you do not want to miss! The event will also include a book signing. Chris’s book, The Nerdist Way, will be available for purchase on site from Barnes and Noble.
Tickets are free to Rutgers students and will be first-come, first-served. More details on ticketing coming soon.
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Larry Hama, Natalie Kim, Robin Ha, and Adam WarRock join Jeff Yang, Keith Chow, and Jerry Ma for a panel at Rutgers University on April 15th at 8:30 pm in the Multipurpose Room of the Rutgers Student Center as part of Geek Week!
Four years ago, “Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology,” the ground-breaking graphic novel collection of original stories of Asian Americans told through the narrative of heroes and villains, was launched right here at Rutgers.
On the heels of releasing their second anthology, “Secret Identities, Volume 2: Shattered”, SI comes back to Rutgers. Joining SI editors Jeff Yang, Keith Chow, and Jerry Ma will be nerdcore rapper Adam WarRock, Marvel Comics and SI artist Robin Ha, co-host of InkedTV and creator of the web series Super Twins Natalie Kim, and writer, artist, editor, and creator of the GI Joe mythology Larry Hama!
Join the panel for an in-depth multimedia presentation on Asian American identity, comics, and more. The panelists will need audience assistance to create an original hero and villain on stage. Don’t miss out!
For more information, visit the Secret Identities website.
Free admission. RSVP on Facebook!