Teens interested in the evolution of comics — when they began and how they became popular — are invited to take part in an interactive program with Ryan Haggerty, owner of Ryan’s Comics in Murrieta.
“Comic Books 101” will be held at 2 p.m. on Jan. 5 in the Murrieta Public Library’s Community Room.
“We even have some classic titles in our graphic novel collections at the Murrieta Public Library, such as “King Lear,” “The Odyssey,” and “The Invisible Man,” along with our popular Superman, Wolverine, and Dragon Ball Z titles. Since the popularity of graphic novels just keeps on growing, the Murrieta Public Library has scheduled a program that is relevant to today’s teenagers”, said Teen Librarian Joyce Lea Brown in a released statement.
Graphic novels, the new term for comics, have become an essential component of library collections for both children and teenagers.
This event is free and open to the public.
The Murrieta Public Library is located at Eight Town Square (Adams Avenue and Kalmia Street).
To learn more, call 951-304-BOOK (2665) or visit murrietalibrary.info.