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BD & Comics Passion in association with Comica Festival


The best in French & British comics in a weekend of drawing jams, workshops, talks, films & more! Guests for this third annual festival in association with Comica include Penelope Bagieu, François Boucq, Etienne Davodeau, Edika, Régis Loisel & Marc-Antoine Matthieu from France and Glen Baxter, I.N.J. Culbard, Hunt Emerson, David Zane Mairowitzm Posy Simmonds & Mark Stafford from the UK. See the BD & Comics Passion website for full details and to book tickets.

Tickets: See website
Where: Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Place, SW7 2EL
When: May 30 to June 2, 2013


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Reviews

"...hearing literary translators talk about their work reminded me of the immense difficulty, creativity and importance of the task."
The Financial Times

"Comica... continues to heap cultural credibility onto this once maligned art form."
BBC Online

"...one of the most interesting and high quality celebrations of comics the country has ever seen."
Ninthart

"5 Stars... a superb exhibition."
Time Out

"I'll definitely be going to more Comica events."
Matthew Rees

"...plenty to spark your interest here, even if your last comic experience involved cow pie."
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"...the Talking With Gods documentary didn't disappoint."
The Guardian

"Paul Gravett Rules!"
Peggy Burns

"...he's a natural storyteller. He can't seem to stop."
Paul Tierney

"...some of the UK's sharpest cartoonists gathered at the ICA in London for a unique test of creativity and endurance: a 24-hour comic marathon, during which each artist was challenged to create a spontaneous 24-page story."
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