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Graphic Vision: Ho Che Anderson



The African-Canadian author Ho Che Anderson makes a rare visit to London to discuss the genesis and success of King, his graphic biography of Martin Luther King Jr, and his wide-ranging adult graphic novels from I Want To Be Your Dog to Scream Queen. Hosted by comic artist Paul Peart-Smith and George Nelson, co-curators of last year’s Black Powers comic art exhibition at Swiss Cottage Library, London.

Tickets: £4 - Booking Required
Where: London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London W10
When: Monday, November 15, 2010 - 6.30pm to 8pm

With generous support from AltCon, the new adult comics convention November 4-14 in Malmö, Sweden.

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"There's always something interesting in Comica's raft of events..."
Joel Meadows

"PHEW! I just met Matt Groening!"
Jim Medway

"Yet another fabulous evening."
Martin Eden

"Britain's leading comic event..."
The Wall Street Journal

"...a major new international festival devoted to sequential narratives."
Flux

"...a two-week celebration of the art form..."
The London Paper

"...one of the most interesting and high quality celebrations of comics the country has ever seen."
Ninthart

"Gives the comic form the cultural representation the UK doesn't normally see."
David Greene

"The talk - to a full house - was pleasant, convivial and amusing."
Tim Pilcher

"...some of the UK's sharpest cartoonists gathered at the ICA in London for a unique test of creativity and endurance: a 24-hour comic marathon, during which each artist was challenged to create a spontaneous 24-page story."
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