Both George Reeves, the Baby Boom Generation’s TV Superman, and Curt Swan, its favorite Superman artist, died in the month of June. Together, under the shared editorial guidance of DC Comics’ Mort Weisinger, both men’s bodies of work constitute what we know of, think of, and see when we hear the name, “Superman.” Come to Arlen Schumer’s new VisuaLecture and find out WHY.
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THE TRIAD THEATER 158W72 NYC SATURDAY, MAY 18th 2:00 PM
3 VisuaLectures in 2 days at the FANX Salt Lake Comic Convention:
AS SEEN ON THE NATION, APRIL 9, 2019!
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Monday, March 4, 7:00pm, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA; free & open to the public:
"2019 marks the 50th Anniversary of writer/artist Jim Steranko’s Captain America trilogy that many still consider the greatest Captain America story ever told, for both its story and its art. The impact of Steranko’s three issues, a tour-de-force of the firebrand’s verbal and visual storytelling skills and talents that branded him the Jimi Hendrix of Comics during Steranko’s similar meteoric rise to fame in the late-‘60s, is in converse proportion to their small number. Join comic book art historian Arlen Schumer (The Silver Age of Comic Book Art) as he revisits, and revels in, Steranko’s Captain America magnum opus.”
For more info, go to Art Center College of Design