scott-lobdellHarvardwood Masterclass: From Concept to Comic to Screen - with Scott Lobdell


Harvard Club members are invited to attend a special masterclass with Scott Lobdell, Marvel, DC Comics.


WHEN
October 20, 2016 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm


WHERE
Emerson LA
5960 Sunset Blvd
Room 343
Los Angeles, CA 90028
United States
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CONTACT
Dona Le · harvardwood@harvardwood.org


REGISTER

Members of the Harvard Club of Southern California, email harvardwood@harvardwood.org to sign up for the member rate.  Your club membership will be verified first.
All others, please register through the Harvardwood website.

From Concept to Comic to Screen!
Scott Lobdell will be taking the class from an original idea, through a comic book pitch, to the creation of the comic, and what happens when Hollywood adapts it! (At least in the case of his creator owned comic BALL AND CHAIN, about a couple who is about to get a divorce but wind up with super powers that only work when they're together!)

LIMITED CAPACITY, SO RSVP THROUGH HARVARDWOOD AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Masterclasses are only open to dues-current Harvardwood members. You must be logged in to the site to access the RSVP link below. Join or renew your membership.

Scott Lobdell (Marvel, DC Comics)
Harvardwood fan-favorite writer Scott Lobdell is back! Scott has been writing comic books for nearly three decades, as well as writing for both television and feature films. He's written everything from an award-winning run on UNCANNY X-MEN, to SUPERMAN and currently the critically-acclaimed RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS. He wrote Sony's MAN OF THE HOUSE and has the horror feature HALF TO DEATH going before the cameras in November with director Christopher Landon and produced by Blumhouse Films.

From a review of Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1:

"Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth is, by a wide margin, the best Rebirth special I have read. It covers the same ground as other Rebirth specials (half recapping the characters’ histories, half setting up the next story) but does so in a way that’s actually satisfying as a stand-alone comic. Moreover, it’s superbly executed on both an art and storytelling level." - Amy Ziegfeld

Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottyLobdell.

When:

Thursday, 10/20/16 at 7:30pm | iCal

Where:

Emerson LA
5960 Sunset Blvd., Room 343
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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