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This Monday, November 6th, there is a nifty discussion taking place at MoCCA (the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art), 594 Broadway, Suite 401 at 6:30 PM.
Here’s MoCCA’s description of the event:
MoCCA Monday, November 6th – Adaptation
Moderated by David Saylor (director of Scholastic’s Graphix imprint), this panel explores the phenomenon of graphic novel adaptations. Creators Ernie Colon (The 9/11 Report), Tim Hamilton (Treasure Island), George O’Connor (Journey Into Mohawk Country), and R. Sikoryak (“Dostoyevsky Comics,” “Crypt of Bronte,” “Good Ol’ Gregor Brown,” and more for the anthologies Drawn & Quarterly, RAW, Hotwire), discuss what went into their personal projects as well as their thoughts on the value of adaptations.
If that sounds like it might be your bag, you should check it out!
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