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How Apps Are Changing Comics

From multi-million hits for webtoons to multi-cursal, interactive hypercomics and the latest developments in apps, the 9th Art has embraced the digital era with extraordinary results. Where is the medium heading now, and how will it develop next? Who better to answer than four industry insiders at the cutting edge:

Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, webcomics wizard and co-developer of new comics-making app Electricomics:

David Lloyd, co-founder/editor of the digital comics anthology ACES Weekly:

Chloe Pursey, UK Editorial Director of digital graphic novels publisher Seqential and Panel Nine:

and Fabien Vehlmann, writer and co-founder of the French digital comics anthology Professeur Cyclope in association with Arte:

Their presentations and spirited discussions will be accompanied by demonstrations of digital comics innovations. This Comica Conversation is hosted by graphic novelist Nye Wright and organised in association with the Institut Français London.

Tickets cost £5 and can be booked here…

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Where: Médiathèque, Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Pl, London SW7 2DT
When: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 7.00-8.30pm


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