Behind the Scenes of Comic Book Creation at NSCC

Calling all comic book aficionados! Three comic book creators will discuss their art and craft at a panel discussion at  Monday, April 14, 12:30 – 2 p.m. at North Shore Community College (NSCC) room DH105, Danvers Campus, One Ferncroft Road. The  free presentation will include a 60-minute panel discussion where the authors will talk about their experiences and work within the world of comics, followed by time for Q&A, book signing, and personal interaction with the artists. The panel will be hosted by Lance Eaton, NSCC’s Coordinator of Instructional Design, and is one of a variety of free Arts in April celebrations taking place at NSCC April 14-19.  See the full schedule of events.

The artists:

Robert Gill, from Peabody, picked up his first comic book when he was 10 years old and never looked back. Currently working on Batgirl for DC comics and Eternal Warrior for Valiant, his past work includes titles from IDW Publishing, Zenescope, Dynamite Entertainment, and Arcana Comics.

Andrew MacLean is a Salem, MA based comic artist and writer. He has worked with Dark HorseComics, Image Comics, NoBrow Press, Criterion Collections, and others. He is also the founder of the Brand New Nostalgia Collective and co-editor of their KaBOOMbox anthology

Michael Goodwin is a freelance writer and the author of the graphic novel Economix: How Our Economy Works (And Doesn't Work) in Words and Pictures. Like many freelance writers, he lives in New York City with cats.

For more information about Arts in April activities, email twhitney@northshore.edu.


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