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FEAR(S) OF THE DARK


Comica’s Paul Gravett introduces a special screening of this cartoon creepshow: a haunting animated anthology of stories from different directors working in various vivid styles, featuring the work of Charles Burns, Lorenzo Mattotti, Richard McGuire and others.  More…

Tickets: £8, £7 Concessions, £6 ICA Members
Where: Cinema 1, ICA, Mall, London
When: Monday, September 8, 2008 - from 6.30pm


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"Comica normally comes up with some great talks and panels, but this was particularly memorable..."
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"...hearing literary translators talk about their work reminded me of the immense difficulty, creativity and importance of the task."
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"...one of the cultural highlights in London's graphic novel calendar."
Joel Meadows

"It is turning into one of the best comic-related events of the year in London."
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"Imagine one of the world's greatest cities hosting a series of events starring the world's greatest cartoonists, put together by one of the world's greatest comics scholars. That's London's Comica."
The Beat

"Comica Comiket at the ICA was buzzing with invention and ideas."
The Guardian

"Comica features some of the most highly regarded figures currently working in the form..."
The Observer

"...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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