This club aims to bring students of like interests together to learn and share knowledge about the various aspects of comic books and to create social connections and networks. Topics that will be discussed will range from memorable comic moments to the history behind the first comic books to the best movie adaptions. No matter what your favorite publisher is, whether its Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image Comics, or any of the others out there, or whether you're new to comics or just like the art styles, we welcome you to come join us.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||All ISU students with an interest in comic books.
||Any member of the Comic Book Club who meets the requirements set in the club Constitution.
||The only qualifications needed to join the Comic Book Club is an interest in comic books.
||Members must be currently enrolled students at Iowa State University.
||Student officer elections for all positions will be held at the second to last meeting of the spring semester. Elections will also be held as soon as possible if an officer chooses to step down from their position. Any member can run for a position, as long as they meet the following requirements:
a) Be in good standing with the university currently enrolled at least 6+ hours if an undergraduate student or 4+ hours if a graduate student.
b) Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.00.
If you meet both of these requirements, you are more than welcome to run for a position.
||Comic Book Club meets on a weekly basis, excluding breaks, dead week, and finals week. Meetings are approximately 1 hour long and are spent exploring different aspects of comic books, with topics ranging from the history of comic books to top cinematic comic book movies. All meetings take place on campus, in Room TBA in TBA Hall.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Comic Book Club meets on a weekly basis, excluding breaks, dead week, and finals week. Meetings are approximately 1 hour long and are spent exploring different aspects of comic books, with topics ranging from the history of comic books to top cinematic comic book movies. All meetings take place on campus, in Room 0190 in Carver Hall.
Description of Special Events
|Social Nights will be held at least once a semester, but may be hosted up to three times a semester. These optional events are designed to foster connections between members of the club and to offer a way for members to share their special interests in comics with fellow fans. Social Nights may include activities such as board games & card games, movies, and comic book exchanges. Food and drink may be provided, but is restricted to due-paying members, and members are welcome to bring their own snacks and drinks as well.