Girls Night at The 4th Wall – Nov 15, 2012


Posted on 22nd October, by Bee in Events, Featured, News, Writing on The Wall. No Comments

As a girl in Geek Culture I can understand how hard it can be to find other women that enjoy the same things as you do. There is an unspoken bond between us comic book girls that forms as soon as we meet one another. The problem is, opportunities to find other women who love Batgirl, or the Hulk as much as you can be few and far between.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a fun, safe environment to bond with other women about a love for comics? This is why I would like to happily invite you to the very first Girls Night at The 4th Wall.

Much like a book club, this will be an evening that gives you a chance to bond with other women about comics and geek culture, listen to recommendations and learn about books you might not have heard of before! We will also have special guests, including some of the top women working in comics today.

With the latest boom in Comic book movies, such as The Avengers, The Dark Knight and Spider-man, there has been a huge boom in female fans, and strong female characters. So if you’re a long-time reader, movie fan or someone just starting to explore the world of comics, Girls Night At The 4th Wall is for you!

And what better time to bring that friend you’ve got who’d love comics as well?

So bring your favorite comic book and join Myself (Bee), Ari and all the other lovely ladies on November 15th from 6:30 to 8:00 for snacks, laughs and comic book talk!

With the latest boom in Comic book movies, such as The Avengers, The Dark Knight and Spider-man, there has been a huge boom in female fans, and strong female characters. So if you’re a long-time reader, movie fan or someone just starting to explore the world of comics, Girls Night At The 4th Wall is for you!

And what better time to bring that friend you’ve got who’d love comics as well?





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