Feb 6, 2016 Saturday
Trade School Indy
1125 Brookside Ave
Indianapolis US

In our final Marvel class we will be discussing the films based on Marvel comics that fall outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Today Marvel is the most dominate name in entertainment but not too long ago a struggling Marvel licensed out some of it’s most prominent properties including the X-Men series and Spiderman to stay afloat. In this class we will discuss these films, the comic books they were based on, and how the MCU has adapted their film stories to account for not being able to use those characters. Join us for the final part of the Marvel page to screen series! What Saturday morning filled with comic book characters would be complete without breakfast cereal!? You can bring your favorite sugary cereal (or healthy cereal if you insist) as your barter item if you choose!

Bring one of the following:
cereal to share with class
dairy, soy, or almond milk to share with class
homemade baked goods
juice (orange, apple, cranberry, etc) to share with class
local beer (IPAs preferred)
teach a class (email Trade School before class)
volunteer for this class as a facilitator (email Trade School before class)

About the teacher, David Bruce

David Bruce is a freelance graphic designer and Indianapolis native. An avid comic book reader since the age of 10 David has studied comic books both for fun and for academic study. He is also public affairs non-commissioned officer in the Indiana National Guard. Outside of work and comic books David enjoys biking and making up internal monologues for his cat.