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The Superhuman Condition:
New Trends In Superhero Comics



What lies ahead for caped crusaders and misunderstood mutants? American guest artists Cameron (Seaguy) Stewart, Karl (Teen Titans) Kerschl and Ramon (NYX) Perez share their passion for the superhero genre and their experiences working for the American majors Marvel and DC, with live drawing demos and tips.

Interviewing artists Cameron Stewart, Karl Kerschl and Ramon Perez will be Rich Johnston from comic news site Bleeding Cool, formerly scoop-meister of Lying in the Gutters. As well as covering their mainstream and superhero print comics productions, our North American guests will also be discussing their independent projects including developing their own innovative webcomics: Cameron Stewart’s Sin Titulo (winner of the 2009 Joe Shuster Award for Best Webcomic), Karl Kerschl’s The Abominable Charles Christopher, Ramon Perez’s Kuku Buri. More…

Tickets: £8, concs £7, ICA members £6
Where: ICA, The Mall, London
When: Monday, November 16, 2009 - from 7.30pm

In association with Orbital Comics.

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