TWINSBURG -- It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Supeman at the Twinsburg Public Library.
As the library celebrates its 20th anniversary at the10050 Ravenna Road location, it will also celebrate the 75th anniversary of Superman with a one-of-a-kind exhibit of rare Superman artifacts on display from the collection of Michael Olszewski.
From 6:45 p.m. to 10 p.m. Nov. 15, there will be panel discussions, movie showings and the ability to meet with comic artists and authors. A silent auction of Superman and comic-related items will be held and funds raised will go to the Twinsburg Public Library Foundation.
Scheduled to appear are Mike Olszewski, Brad Ricca (author of Superboys), Marc Sumerak (DC & Marvel Comics artist and writer), Mike Barr (DC Comics writer), Chris Yambar (writer and artist); and Michael Savene, pop culture expert from Pop!
The comic book professionals will meet the public and discuss the creative process and comic books and their impact on literacy and reading, and the history of Superman in Cleveland.
This is a free event but you need to register either by calling (330) 425-4268 ext 2 or online here http://bit.ly/1aw5Pqo