My Appearance at the first Jewish ComicCon

Last Sunday, November 13, I appeared on two panels at the first Jewish ComicCon, in a 100-year-old synagogue in Brooklyn:  The first was Exploring The Jewish Roots of Comics, moderated by Danny Fingeroth and Arie Kaplan, and the second, called Spotlight on Mort Gerberg, was a conversation with them about the different cartoon genres I’ve worked in, so far.  Here are a couple of reviews of the event:

Question the Chutzpahdiks: Brooklyn Welcomes The First Edition Of Jewish Comic Con

http://m.jpost.com/Blogs/Nu-York-New-York/New-York-Nu-York-Brooklyn-Jewish-Comic-Con-To-the-Rescue-472538?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

The event was very interesting, from many angles, full of bagels and yuks, and make extra-enjoyable for me because my cousin Arthur, nephew Mike and grand-niece Leah showed up to cheer me on.jewshcomconarthurleahmikeme

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