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If Jessica Rabbit is more your speed than Jenna Jameson, it might be time to get yourself to the “Strip Club.”

“Strip Club,” in this case, is the secret identity that Freddy’s Bar & Backroom assumes every second Sunday. The delightfully dive-y institution welcomes comic artists and anyone with a knack for drawing to a night of very graphic art on Jan. 14 at 8 pm. For two hours, artists and hopefuls alike can drink, draw, play games and get to know one another, gearing up for the show-and-tell and critique at the end of the evening.

No matter if you’re a real superhero or more of a Charlie Brown or Cathy type, “Strip Club” encourages participants to meet and mingle with fellow artists and hone another skill: the fine art of conversation.

“Strip Club” will take place at Freddy’s Bar & Backroom (485 Dean St. between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Prospect Heights) on Jan. 14 at 8 pm. Admission is free. For more information, call (718) 622-7035 or visit the Web site at
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