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ALEX MALEEV:
MASTER OF MOOD



Both classicist and innovator, the remarkable Bulgarian-born artist has injected his distinctive atmosphere and realism into such major American projects as Brian Michael Bendis’ gritty Daredevil, cult computer game Halo and an online serial of Stephen King’s chiller “N”. Maleev talks with British comic book scribe David Hine about his approaches and collaborations.

Followed by signings alongside French guests Ted Benoit and Emmanuel Guibert.

Supported by Thought Bubble Festival & Orbital Comics.

Tickets: £10, £9 concs, £8 members
Where: Nash Room, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Monday, November 17, 2008 - 7.15pm to 8.30pm

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Reviews

"...packed out..."
Tony Venezia

"...a very special conversation between two incredible artists."
Chris Thompson

"The ongoing stream of Comica-related events throughout the year spoils us..."
Andrew Salmond

"Comica Comiket at the ICA was buzzing with invention and ideas."
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"...i left the ica full of encouragement and positivity."
Maartje Schalkx

"5 Stars... a superb exhibition."
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"...a place where aspiring graphic novelists get the chance to rub shoulders with established comic book artists..."
Valerie Pezeron

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