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Sunday, April 15, 2007

Rabbi Harry Manhoff to deliver 3 lectures about Jewish heritage and comics

The dates of his lectures (at Temple Beth Sholom, 642 Dolores St. in San Leandro, California) are : April 22 and 29, and May 6. The lectures take place from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.

A recent article about Rabbi Manhoff - "For Jewish scholar, panels pose a rich history" appeared in the Oakland Tribune on Apr. 9th, reprinted at

What does he regard as some of the best graphic novels and ongoing series?

"Fallen Angels," about the struggle between light and dark, and "Testament," with plots based on the Bible, world religions and science fiction, are among Manhoff's favorites.

1 comment:

Smooth said...

Thanks for this blog. I've been very interested in reading more about Rabbi Harry Manhoff's expertise in comic books and now your site will be an addition to my resources. Thanks again.