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Panel Borders: Tim Sale – Painting Batman and other Heroes

March 18, 2012

The Hulk, Superman, Batman and Heroes art by Tim Sale

The Hulk, Superman, Batman and Heroes art by Tim Sale

Tim Sale – Painting Batman and other Heroes: Continuing our month of shows about iconoclastic American comic book artists, in a Q and A recorded at last year’s Thought Bubble festival, Alex Fitch interviews artist Tim Sale about his career from early work like Thieves’ World and Billi 99 to his award winning collaborations with Jeph Loeb on Batman and the Marvel ‘colours’ tetralogy featuring Spider-Man, Daredevil and The Hulk. Alex and Tim also talk about the latter’s work on the TV series Heroes and the continuation of his most recent mini-seires, Captain America: White.
Originally broadcast 18/03/12 on Resonance 104.4 FM

Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download.
Links: Tim Sale pages on Wikipedia and comicartfans.com
Tim’s website and Heroes ‘wiki’ page
More info about Thought Bubble festival, Leeds

Recommended events:

Laydeez do comics

NEXT MEETING…

Monday 19 March 2012
Day: Monday
Time: 6.30 – 9.30pm
Venue: The Rag Factory 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ

Guests:
London Print Studio Comics Collective

Lily-Rose Beardshaw
Abraham Christie
Shamisa Debroey
Merlin Evans
Jade Sarson
Susan Yan Mach

Recommended Read:
Parallel Lives: London Print Studio Comic Collective Anthology, Published by Knockabout

www.laydeezdocomics.com

Orbital comics events

John Miers and Yoav Segal exhibition

Starting on February 25th, the Orbital West Wing will host an exhibition celebrating the publication of Regeneration by Lawrence and Wishart books with artwork by John Miers and Yoav Segal.

The second in an ongoing series of volumes on inter-generational politics, Regeneration focuses on the question of intergenerational justice. Defining the world’s young people as those born after 1979 – a hugely symbolic moment in the history of globalisation – it reflects on the massive growth in generational protest across the globe thirty years later. At its heart is an analysis of politics through the prism of generation in which the first glimmer of a post-neoliberal consensus can be discerned.

8 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JA

http://www.orbitalcomics.co.uk

Supergods at the Petrie Museum

COMIC BOOK SLAM

Date: 31 March | Time: 2-4pm | Price: Free | Age group: Teen / Family

Create your own comic panel and characters in 2 hours in this comic book slam at the Petrie Museum. explore comics using Egypt as inspiration and objects from the museum for your own ideas. With Kel Winser. All ages. Just pop in!

SUPERGODS COMIC BOOK WORKSHOP

Date: 2-3 April | Time: 11am – 3.30pm | Price: Free. Preferably book in advance. | Age group: Young people age 12 up.

Create your own superheroes based on the Ancient Egyptian gods. Get advice from a comics writer on how tell your story. Take inspiration from the museum and other comics about Egypt to put your own comic strip together. Suitable for 12 years upwards. With Kel Winser.

The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

http://petriemuseum.com

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  1. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Donny Digits) John Romita Jr. (Daredevil / Batman) Martin Rowson (Tristram Shandy / The Wasteland) Tim Sale (Batman / Heroes) Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis) – interview by Virginie Sélavy Gerald Scarfe […]

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