Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art
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New York City, NY 10065
Past EventsNov. 21, 2019: A Marvelous Life Signing + Q&A
Danny Fingeroth appears in conversation with Columbia University Professor Jeremy Dauber at Society of Illustrators on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 7:00 PM to present his new biography A Marvelous Life: The Amazing Story of Stan Lee.Nov. 6, 2019: The Art of Nothing: 25 Years of Mutts & Patrick McDonald
Cartoonist Patrick McDonnell, creators of Mutts,and Designer/ Writer Chip Kidd appear at the Society of Illustrators on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 6:30 PM for an in-depth conversation about his career and latest book.
On September 5, 1994, Patrick McDonnell made his mark on the history of comics by introducing the world to Mooch, the curious cat, Earl, the ever-trusting dog, and the other characters who inhabit his beloved comic strip. Now 25 years later, the illustrator and award-winning author opens his archives to celebrate Mutts, which appears in more than 700 newspapers, as well as his bestselling children’s classics including Me . . . Jane, The Gift of Nothing, South, Just Like Heaven, Hug Time, and Wag!Nov. 5, 2019: An Evening with Joe Quesada
Join acclaimed comics artist/writer/producer and Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada on Tuesday November 5th for a lively interactive discussion of his career, from his early days as an artist and self-publisher on series like X-FACTOR & ASH, to his time as Editor-in-Chief and his current role as Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment.
Following the Q & A session, there will be a signing for the new edition of THE MARVEL ART OF JOE QUESADA. This revised and expanded version of the sold-out original volume provides a compelling retrospective of Quesada’s work and features illustrations from the earliest stages of his career, to critically-acclaimed series like WOLVERINE: ORIGIN and DAREDEVIL: FATHER, to Joe’s later work in comics, film and television. THE MARVEL ART OF JOE QUESADA doesn’t overlook a detail of Joe’s artistry, featuring his best interior and cover artwork, as well as a wealth of unpublished images and sketches – plus commentary from Joe himself!Oct. 25, 2019: New Yorker Cartoonists’ Tribute to James Thurber
On the occasion of the 125th anniversary of James Thurber’s birth, Liza Donnelly, Michael Maslin, and Danny Shanahan—three of the New Yorker magazine’s longest and most beloved cartoonists—appear on Friday, October 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM for a conversation with Thurber’s most stalwart advocate, Michael J. Rosen, author of two new volumes: A Mile and a Half of Lines: The Art of James Thurber, a monograph that coincides with the largest exhibit of Thurber’s drawings and cartoons at the The Columbus Museum of Art, which includes essays by both Donnelly and Maslin. He also edited Collected Fables, a new volume of 85 Thurber fables. The evening will also include readings from Thurber, and a presentation of his groundbreaking and inimitable cartoons.