If you like the cosmic flavor of Marvel, particularly 70s cosmic Marvel, the Cartoon Art Museum has an event for you. “Toon Talk: Infinity War and Beyond: An Evening with Brent Anderson, Steve Englehart, Mike Friedrich, Al Gordon, and Steve Leialoha” is an insider’s look at Jim Starlin’s runs on Captain Marvel and Warlock by people who ought to know what they’re talking about.
The event takes place on June 16th and coincides with an exhibition of Starlin’s art.
Official PR follows:
Toon Talk: Infinity War and Beyond:
An Evening with Brent Anderson, Steve Englehart, Mike Friedrich, Al Gordon, and Steve Leialoha
Saturday, June 16, 2018 | 6:30-8:30pm
$10 suggested donation, free for Cartoon Art Museum members
San Francisco, CA: Before Thanos battled Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Avengers: Infinity War, he was known to Marvel fans as one of the most dangerous villains in comic book history. On Saturday, June 16, 2018, the Cartoon Art Museum welcomes a star-studded pantheon of comic book creators to discuss these game-changing cosmic Marvel Comics of the seventies and eighties, with an insider’s look at the comics of Jim Starlin, the subject of the Cartoon Art Museum’s current retrospective exhibition.
Special guests include Brent Anderson (Astro City), Steve Englehart (The Avengers), Mike Friedrich (Captain Marvel), Al Gordon (Fantastic Four),and Steve Leialoha (Warlock).
The suggested admission for this event is $10, and admission is free for Cartoon Art Museum members. Advance tickets can be purchased at https://bit.ly/2HO6Pj7
About The Infinite Universe of Jim Starlin
The Cartoon Art Museum presents The Infinite Universe of Jim Starlin, an exhibition celebrating the art and innovation of Jim Starlin. His acclaimed 1970s tenure as the writer and artist of the Marvel Comics series Captain Marvel and Warlock redefined the word “cosmic” and pushed the boundaries of mainstream superhero comics to their limits—and beyond.
Starlin’s signature creation, Thanos, is the featured villain in Marvel Studios’ forthcoming feature film Avengers: Infinity War, which draws inspiration from many of Starlin’s Marvel Comics stories, including Captain Marvel, Warlock, Silver Surfer, and The Infinity Gauntlet. The Cartoon Art Museum’s retrospective celebrates the art and the artist behind these cosmic masterworks with a showcase of his Marvel Comics creations.
About the Cartoon Art Museum
The Cartoon Art Museum’s mission is to ignite imaginations and foster the next generation of visual storytellers by celebrating the history of cartoon art, its role in society, and its universal appeal. The museum’s vision is to be the premier destination to experience cartoon art in all its many forms from around the world, and a leader in providing insight into the process of creating it.
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