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"BLACK AGE XII" Comic-Con & Costume Contest Program outline:
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Oct. 10th "Black Age XII" at Kenwood Academy HS located at 5015 South Blackstone on the Lake Park side of the Kenwood Academy Building. The parking lot is available for use. The #6 Bus will bring you to the door as will the Metra line.

Doors open at 9:30am until 4:30pm.
Admission $5.00 adults $3.00 Student ID ,
Kids under 11 get in free.
Costumed guests get in free.

FEATURED ARTISTS: Eric Battle, N. Steven Harris, Juan Averalo, Ashley A. Woods, Nino Mesarina, Andre' Batts, Doc & The Inter-Fan Crew.

Work Shops:
10:00am to 11:00am Indie publishers workshop: With TEAM X VISUAL presenting Marketing and Production Values.

11:00am to Noon Eric Battle & N. Steven Harris on having a career in illustration
with clients like Marvel, DC, Milestone, and more. Living in the mainstream: Eric Battle & N. Steven Harris tell all. Illustrators' Workshop.

Noon to 1:00pm With Katherine Dawkins on "Keeping Your Children Safe on the Internet."

1:00pm to 2:00pm Doc & The Inter-Fan crew presents a Tribute to the late underground Black Age Pioneer, Grass Green, by the Inter-Fan Crew.

2:00pm to 3:00pm Lecture on the History and State of the Black Age by Turtel Onli.

3:00pm to 4:00pm The Anime Club of Kenwood Academy : Anime Presentation.
The Saxophone Quartet of Kenwood will perform special selections during the Cosplay & Costume Contest.

4:00pm to 4:30pm COSPLAY : Costume Contest $100.00 Top Prize. Two $100.00 Savings Bonds for the runners up.

Exhibition: A display of Black Age & indie posters from various artists, illustrators, and companies.

Oct. 11th. N. Steven Harris, & Eric Battle will appear at the Afri-Ware Bookstore at 266 Lake street in Oak Park. Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm 708-524-8398. They will be signing books, talking to fans, and holding court for all who are interested in kickin' it with a few Black Age Masters. Please note the change in time and correction of the phone number.


Blogger Unknown said...

Turtel, thanks for an incredible event today. I took time to talk to almost every artist present to discuss their role in the Black Age and it was truly enlightening.

Folks should really take time to investigate the broad range of artistic styles and varying plots and ideas shared in these graphic novels. These works are far from just your typical super-hero themes.
Since I put my money where my mouth is, I bought a bag full of Black Age books and in reading through I have found that some of them may truly hold answers to some of society's greatest ills. This is not an exaggeration! Check it out, people. The next time there's a Black Age event, do yourself a favor and come- but bring 10 with you.

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