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Comic Gosh!p: Comic Book Discussion Group



Mark Haylock and Mike Medaglia at Thinking Comics are running a new comics reading group at Gosh! London, second Wednesday of the month. Sarah McIntyre wrote up the first event on her blog. On November 9th, for their second meet-up, they’re discussing Batman Year One by Miller & Mazzucchelli and Josceline Fenton’s Hemlock. Free and all welcome. Here’s the wonderful poster of Batman’s first birthday cake and a friend’s two daughters dolled up as Kittenwoman and Joker Junior! Scary! More…

Where: Gosh! Comics, 1 Berwick Street, Soho W1F 0DR
When: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 - 7.15pm to 9pm

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