In conjunction with The Art of Narrative art exhibition, Stranger Factory will host a special 2-hour writing workshop with Jimmy Palmiotti on Sunday, January 6th. Tickets are $50 per person, and space is very limited. Palmiotti’s workshop will discuss creating your own characters and intellectual property and how to sell and maintain it beyond the printed page.

With Palmiotti’s wide range of experience in writing and creating for comics, video games, television and films, attendees will have a chance to gain first-hand industry knowledge to help with their own careers. Palmiotti has worked with a number of the top publishers and intellectual property holders in the world, and during this workshop will offer artists valuable information and coaching on creating, protecting, and monetizing their work.

To reserve your tickets, please contact as soon as possible.

Price: $50
Date: Sunday, January 6th.
Time: 3-5 PM
Location: Stranger Factory, 109 Carlisle Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

About Jimmy Palmiotti:
Over the past 20 years, Jimmy Palmiotti has inked, created, and written many major series and developed several memorable characters. He has co-written Jonah Hex with long-time collaborator Justin Gray and is known for his work on series such as Painkiller Jane (which he co-created with Joe Quesada), Daredevil, Punisher, Deadpool, Power Girl, and many more.

A founder of publishing company Event Comics, Palmiotti has co-created Ash, Painkiller Jane, Kid Death and Fluffy, and 22 Brides. Since making the jump to writing, he has worked on many titles including Deadpool, Back to Brooklyn, The Resistance, Power Girl, 21 Down, and Jonah Hex. He has also written several graphic novels, acted as a writer and script consultant for the Sci-Fi channel show based on his character, Painkiller Jane, and co-scripted a Ghost Rider video game.

Palmiotti is a partner with frequent collaborators Amanda Conner and Justin Gray, in their company Paperfilms, Inc. He is also a partner in two other companies: Black Bull Comics and Event Comics.