WHENMarch 23, 2023
ADDRESSNational Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
ABOUT THE EVENT
Comic books emerged in the 1930s. Through a natural evolution, cartoons developed into comic books, first through publications containing compilations of cartoon re-prints, then as books which featured unique content. Superheroes entered the world of comic books soon after, with many of the characters having stood the test of time to become vital parts of pop culture. Join Dexter Nelson II, Associate Curator of Black History and Cultural Heritage at History Colorado as he shares his love of comics! Bring your lunch or purchase one at The Museum Grill. Reservations are not required. Free admission to the Brown Bag presentation and The Museum Grill.