Join us for a special lecture with veteran Marvel Comics writer, artist, and editor Carl Potts, as he shares a practitioner’s perspective on creating compelling narratives in sequential visual media such as comics, film, and television. Carl’s work has contributed to notable superhero characters including the Incredible Hulk and Doctor Strange; he created the cult classic Alien Legion and pioneered the adventures of the infamous comics anti-hero the Punisher (now a major character in Netflix’s Daredevil series). He is the author of The DC Comics Guide to Creating Comics, from which he’ll present recent industry insights on the art of this flourishing medium. Co-sponsored by the Princeton Writing Program and the Program in American Studies.
Date & Time: Thursday, March 24, 4:30 – 6:00 PM
Location: Betts Auditorium, Architecture Building, Princeton University
Open to all of Princeton University and the greater community. Signing after the lecture.
Seating is limited, ages 14 and up.
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Co-sponsored by the Princeton Writing Program and the Program in American Studies.
(Images courtesy of DC Entertainment, Marvel Entertainment, & Random House.)