What: Making Comics with Tony Isabella, a Cleveland native and the creator of Black Lightning
When: 10 to 11:30 a.m. March 24
Why you should go: Attendees will learn from the comic book writer, editor and artist about “the creation of character development in comics, and especially on the evolution of core values.” If Isabella’s name or Black Lighting sounds familiar, it’s because the character has a new CW TV series that premiered earlier this year. All ages and skill levels are invited to attend, and should bring their own sketch pads and drawing materials.
How much: Free coffee, free instruction
How to get more information: Visit ohiocenterforthebook.org/2018/02/13/coffee-and-comics-free-comics-making-workshops-in-march-with-sequoia-bostick-amalia-degirolamo-tony-isabella, or call the Cleveland Public Library Literature Department at 216-623-2881. The program is sponsored by the Ohio Center for the Book, Cleveland Public Library and Rising Star Coffee Roasters.
You may also want to know: The Superman exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library’s main branch continues through March 31, 2018.
Image credit: Metro Creative Connection