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Aline & Robert Crumb:
Only UK Appearance!

In four decades of unique collaborative comics, The Crumbs have documented their daily humiliations and personal triumphs, their brushes with fame and their legendary sexual hi-jinx. Making their only public appearance in the UK to launch their 264-page compendium Drawn Together (Knockabout), Aline and Robert Crumb discuss their lives and loves both on and off the page with Comica Festival Co-Director Paul Gravett. Sign up to the Comica Festival Newsletter to be sent details of how to book this exclusive, high-demand event, or check the Comica website daily for updates. Photograph courtesy of Lora Fountain.

Please note that Robert Crumb is not expected to sign. Aline Crumb may be signing, but only copies of the new book Drawn Together.

Tickets: £20.00 incl. complimentary drink - book here!
Where: Foyles Bookshop, 3rd Floor Gallery, London WC2H 0EB
When: Saturday, November 3, 2012 6.30-7.30pm


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