Curator RAY FELIX of Bronx Heroes Comics has assembled together a most impressive gallery showing of vintage and contemporary comic book artwork spanning more than seven decades! In addition, exciting events will be featured every weekend for visitors to enjoy! There will be artist workshops, live model drawing, animated comic book character screenings, a women in comics panel, and so much more!
Set in the Visitor's Center of Poe Park in the Bronx (Grand Concourse between East 192nd Street and Kingsbridge Road) , "Living In Sequence" salutes the industry's top names while paying homage to Batman saga creators Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and Jerry Robinson. The selection of location for this prestigious event was particularly poignant since the park was often the site of Kane, Finger, and Robinson's story collaborations for "Detective Comics" and "Batman" during the 1940's.
Producer / Director Roberto Williams was on hand for this event's Artist Reception to formally introduce the public to his student stage production "Fathers Of The Dark Knight". Several of the play's publicity photos, and production designs were on display, as well as the pair of life-sized mannequins dressed in the production's official Batman and Robin uniforms! The production material caused quite a sensation among the center's visitors, with Caped Crusader photo ops frequently being requested. To meet the Producer / Writer/ Director, and to have your chance to pose with the Dark Knight and his Boy Wonder, visit the gallery every Saturday until the close of the event.
"Living in Sequence" runs through March 8th, 2013. Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 AM - 4PM. School trips welcome!
Mr. Williams is proud and honored to be included among the accomplished artists that are being featured at "Living in Sequence", and he extends his sincerest gratitude to Mr. Ray Felix for this generous opportunity.