In this lesson we’ll hear from Adam and Bernard about what makes a captivating hero and villain, and why these types of characters are found in SO many stories.
We’ll explore how story good guys and baddies can become truly worthy opponents – and we’ll learn some writing secrets to help when we’re creating them!
Bernard has been a comic book person since first discovering Tintin at the Northcote Library in 1973.
He believes that comics are the oldest, the difficultest and the funnest artform that humans have come up with.
Bernard is also a theatre performer and radio comic.
Adam Wallace is a best-selling author of children’s books.
Adam’s passion is to bring excitement, energy, humor and joy to children (of all ages!) through his books and school presentations.
He spends his non-writing time thinking about writing and going to as many live music shows as he can.
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