Thursday, January 3, 2008

Events Jan 08

January Programmes @ the National Library

Superheroes vs Villains
Saturday, 19 January, 2.00 – 4.00 pm
Multipurpose Room, Central Lending Library

Registration is required. Please email your particulars to and indicate “Superheroes vs Villains” in the subject field.

While most would appreciate the artwork and tight story plots in comics, fans are often separated into the graphic novel or manga camps. What will happen when the superheroes and villains in both graphic novels and manga meet? Learn how to create a comic character and we will have a showdown between good and evil.

Everyday Heroes (co-presented with The Substation Moving Images)
Saturday, 26 January, 2.00 – 3.00 pm

When we were younger, we all tend to think that superheroes possess super powers. How cool is it to be able to stop time whenever you want, or have super powers like speed and agility? We would be able to skip school or get good grades and anything we wanted, really.

As we get older however, we realise that sometimes we need more than superpowers to get through the day. We’d need humility, bravery and kindness in our lives. This January, come join us as we celebrate the heroes that we want to be in our everyday lives.

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