Superhero-Fiction Virtual Conference

Superhero Romances

May 18, 2020
6PM EST

Even Superheroes need a little loving. One of the most prominent sub-genres with superheroes is romance. What does it take to write a superhero love story and what happens when things get steamy? How does having powers change the rules of love?

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Amanda Cherry

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Creating The Power Behind Supers

May 19, 2020
6PM EST

Powers might not make the heroes, but it doesn’t mean they can be boring. With comic books consuming everything from monsters created by gamma rays to people both with uncanny abilities, how do you come up with unique powers for your heroes? 

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The Not So Nice Anti-Hero

May 20, 2020
6PM EST

Deadpool, Harley Quinn and Bloodshot have showed us that not every super powered tale involves a good guy. There are plenty of bad guys running rampant that we absolutely love. What does it take for the “not-so-pure” to rise to the level of protagonist of the story? 

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Amanda
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Superheroes On Screen

May 21, 2020
6PM EST

The world has exploded with superheroes. Whether it be on the big screen or the silver screen, heroes with super powers are everywhere. What has taken these comic book properties and made them so accessible to new audiences? What might the future hold for these stories?

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The Origins of a Superhero

May 22, 2020
6PM EST

What makes a good superhero origin story? Adopted aliens, orphaned children, and teams assembled by a bald mentor, we’ve seen just about every origin story possible. What makes them compelling and leave us wanting to see them as they grow?

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