Brubaker, who works for DreamWorks Animation, raised more than $125,000 through Kickstarter to publish his two-volume reMind; Hanson, creator of The Bean, raised more than $12,000 in the first 36 hours of his Kickstarter campaign for Tanner Jones and the Quest for the Monkey Stone; and Nicolle is the co-creator of Axe Cop, the hit webcomic turned animated series.
The seminar costs $80 for the 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. workshop and 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Q&A seminar. Admission to the 4 p.m. signing session is free.
Appearing through Feb. 9 at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California, “Little Golden Tales” features the classic children’s books reimagined by an impressive roster of artists. The result, in the words of the exhibit’s description, is “a delightful body of work certain to charm your inner child.”
It includes Breaking Bad depicted by Maxime Mary as a heartwarming chemistry lesson, The Lord of the Rings reinterpreted by Eren Blanquet Unten as an adorable “Middle-earth Book,” the ideal read for little Whovians everywhere, Loren’s The Little Doctor.