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I wanted to mention an upcoming program that is NOT at a comic con.

However, it is about "New York, the Super City"!

Of course, with a program name like that, the odds are that it would be held in New York City and the program be about Super Heroes, right?!

Here are the details that you would need to find and attend this special program:

Host: New York Center for Independent Publishing
Type: Education - Lecture

Date: Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: 20 W. 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 

Here is additional info as to what is going on there:

Panel Event Featuring:

Danny Fingeroth
Gene Kannenberg, Jr.
Frank Tieri
Billy Tucci

New York served as the model for Gotham City, inspired Will Eisner as he created the noirish adventures of The Spirit, and became a recurring character during the 1960s resurgence of Marvel in comics such as Spider-Man and Iron Man.

ForeWord Magazine contributing editor Peter Gutiérrez will moderate a high-energy roundtable on the relationship between superheroes and their favorite hometown... and on how comics culture has promoted potent and memorable images of New York to readers worldwide.

Tickets are $15, $10 for CIP Members, $5 for students - please email or call 212-764-7021 to reserve!

For more info and updates on this Con check out this Facebook Event Page:

Pictured below is the Logo for the organization that is hosting this special program:

BTW, the New York CIP has a Fan Page that you can join at Facebook, which you can see by clicking this link.


Talking about comics: if YOU are a comics creator, (writer, penciler, inker, colorist, letterer, etc.), OR even a Comics / Magazine Publisher, feel free to contact me regarding YOUR works for a possible mention / review!

I've made a special blog post about: "How To Best Submit YOUR Publication For Possible Review!" for those creators / publishers that would like to possibly have their publications mentioned or reviewed, which could either be published in the 'Main Feature' or 'Featurette' sections.

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