Tuesday, April 4th sees Manhattan’s SVA Library and Cartoon Allies present 100 Years of Genius: The Life and Legacy of Will Eisner.
It’s planned as an intimate conversation between Frank Miller and faculty member Klaus Janson, co-creators of The Dark Knight Returns and current collaborators on Dark Knight III: The Master Race.
They will be discussing the pioneering comics-industry legend and former longtime SVA faculty member Will Eisner. The event is an official part of Will Eisner Week, a worldwide series of events celebrating comics, graphic novels and the legacy of the comics visionary.
Doors open at 6:45, the SVA Theater can be found on 333 W 23rd Street. It is free and open to the public.
FREE and open to the public. Damn I wish I could go.
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