‘Tis the season. Once again it is time for the New York Comic Con. Unfortunately this year we will not have our usual Hip-Hop and comic books panel. Instead we will conduct the conversation at an outside venue. The good news is it’s going to be even more awesome than ever.
So here’s the deal!
On Saturday October 12th at the Nuyorican Cafe, at 8pm, I will be part of the “Hip-Hop & Comics: Cultures Combining” discussion, with an incredible line-up of comic creators and Hip-Hop legends that will shed light on the ways Hip-Hop and comics have inspired each other, give historical perspective on common elements and influences, and showcase new and upcoming projects. Complimentary cocktails will be provided until 9pm, and at 9:30, a stellar assortment of live musicians and DJs will take the stage with sets tailored to reflect the themes of the evening’s programming: inclusion, diversity, and innate funkiness. Admission is $25; New York Comic-Con badge holders will again receive a drink ticket with paid admission. – See more at: http://www.depthoffieldmagazine.com/2013/10/01/depth-of-field-presents-vanishing-points-two-nights-of-comic-centric-programming/#sthash.4Q3MWNC2.dpuf
Fellow guests include:
-Kelly Sue DeConnick (author of Marvel Comics’ Captain Marvel and Avengers Assemble, and Dark Horse’s Ghost)
-Eric Orr (graffiti and fine artist, graphic designer, creator of “Rappin’ Max Robot”, the first rap comic book)
-Johnny “Juice” Rosado (DJ and producer for Public Enemy, Leaders Of The New School, Son Of Bazerk, and other acts)
-Large Professor (legendary MC, producer, and DJ – founding member of Main Source)
-Pete Rock (pioneering producer and DJ, half of legendary Hip-Hop duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth)
-Matthew Rosenberg (author of Black Mask Studios’ 12 Reasons To Die)
For more information on the event I am part of as well as the other events click HERE!
I will have limited copies of the official PUBLIC ENEMY graphic novel along with cds. Come check me out.
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