How To Become A Comic Book Legend with Frank Quitely
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As part of Book Week Scotland, true comic book legend, Frank Quitely will be joining us for an exclusive event at The Prince's Trust for young people aged 16-30 years old!
About How To Become A Comic Book Legend with Frank Quitely
How to Become A Comic Book Legend with Frank Quitely
Friday 22 November 2019
10.30am - 3.30pm
Frank started to write and draw comics in the late 1980s as part of the Glasgow underground comic Electric Soup. Then for the UK-wide Judge Dredd Magazine, followed by American publishers including DC, Marvel and Image. His largest exhibition to date was a retrospective in Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. His current titles include New X- Men, All Star Superman and Batman & Robin. The Netflix TV show based on his comic with Mark Millar, Jupiter's Legacy, is out next year!
Frank will be giving an interactive talk about his journey into the comic book industry, followed by a hands-on workshop. There will be plenty of other things happening on the day as well stalls, free pizza and comics!
An event not to be missed! Places are limited.
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