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24 HOUR COMICS DAY KICK OFF


For the first time, this one-day worldwide phenomenon of comics creativity, the brainchild of American guru Scott McCloud, author of Understanding Comics, hits the UK. Be there when the Comica team of cartoonists start creating their spontaneous 24-page comics to be completed within the next 24 hours. This is an official 24 Hour Comics Day and The Big Draw event.

Tickets: Free with ICA Day Membership
Where: Brandon Room, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Friday, October 6, 2006 - 10pm to 11pm

EVENT REVIEWS:

“...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.”
The New Statesman

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Reviews

"Comica Comiket at the ICA was buzzing with invention and ideas."
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"Comica features some of the most highly regarded figures currently working in the form..."
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"...a long-overdue celebration of graphic art and literature."
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"This event showcased some of the great variety of manga art styles and artists working across languages, continents and cultures in the world today."
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