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Comica Comiket: Independent Comics Fair



Comica Comiket, the independent comics fair, teams up with the popular, long-running National Collectors Marketplace at the Royal National Hotel, Russell Square, and taking over its own dedicated space, the plush Ellis Room from 12-5pm. The legendary Fast Fiction Table was started by Paul Gravett at the Westminster Central Hall Comic Marts in 1981 and grew into the regular hub of the UK small press scene of the 1980s and birthplace of Escape Magazine. A limited number of exhibitor tables for the Comiket will be available at affordable prices and Charlie Adlard, Darryl Cunningham, Paul Duffield, Hunt Emerson, Garen Ewing, Paul Grist, Roger Langridge, Ellen Lindner, Woodrow Phoenix and others will draw live and sign books during the afternoon. The public are admitted free.

Tickets: Admission Free
Where: Royal National Hotel, 38-51 Bedford Way, London
When: Sunday, November 7, 2010 - Noon to 5pm

The following will be selling their wares at this year’s Comica Comiket:

Leon Active
Atlantic Press
Sean Azzopardi
Gareth Brookes
Francesca Cassavetti
Sarah Childs
Joe Decie
Martin Eden
Josceline Fenton
Thom Ferrier
Fetishman
Babak Ganjei
Katie Green
Howard Hardiman
Last Hours
Peter Howell
Knockabout Comics
Ellen Lindner
Cliodhna Lyons
John Maybury
Tom McNally
Michael Medaglia
John Miers
William Morris
Doug Noble
David O’Connell
Oxford Clay
Vincenzo Petrella
Ed Pinsent
Pittville Press
Paul Rainey
Julia Scheele
John Tallon
Jan Wheatley
Jas Wilson
Liona Wu
TH Yu

 

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"Comica... continues to heap cultural credibility onto this once maligned art form."
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"...one of the cultural highlights in London's graphic novel calendar."
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"Comiket... was packed to bursting with enthusiastic, earnest artists hustling their work."
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