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Comics Art: The 21st Century Medium


Cutting-edge graphic novelists Gareth Brookes (The Black Project), Daniel Merlin Goodbrey (e-merl.com), Katie Green (Lighter Than My Shadow), John Miers (Babel, Score & Script) and Woodrow Phoenix (Rumble Strip) join writer and curator Paul Gravett, author of the new book Comics Art from Tate Publishing, in a spirited debate about how the medium is mutating in the 21st century in print, pixels, galleries and beyond. Followed by book signings by all participants.

Tickets at £6 available from We Got Tickets

Tickets: £6.00
Where: Foyles Bookshop, 3rd Floor Gallery, WC2H 0EB
When: Saturday, November 9, 2013 6.15 for 6.30-8.30pm

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"British preconceptions of graphic novels are changing as exhibitions such as Comica expose the challenging work out there."
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"...one of the cultural highlights in London's graphic novel calendar."
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"Yet another fabulous evening."
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"The talk - to a full house - was pleasant, convivial and amusing."
Tim Pilcher

"...one of the most interesting and high quality celebrations of comics the country has ever seen."
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"...Sacco had some interesting things to say about the comics form in general."
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