Called the “Aristotle of Comics”, Scott McCloud is a highly acclaimed cartoonist and comic theorist. He is best known for his triad of non-fiction books: Making Comics, Understanding Comics, and Reinventing Comics, which engage in the wide-ranging exploration of the medium of comics. His newest book, The Sculptor (2015), earned praise on numerous news channels like The New York Times, The Guardian, NPR, and The Atlantic, and he has spoken at companies and universities like Google and Stanford. His TED Talk, “The Visual Magic of Comics,” has been viewed nearly 900,000 times on TED.com!
Come attend this super talk, sponsored by KaPOW Comic Club and the Modern Graphic History Library, on Sunday, April 24th at 3:00 PM! It will be held on the Washington University in St. Louis Danforth Campus in the Laboratory Sciences building auditorium (Room 300). We hope to see you there!
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If you are NOT a WUSTL student, please RSVP below if you are planning to attend. We appreciate your time! –KaPOW Comic Club