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John Hicklenton: From 2000AD to 100 Months



2000AD writer Pat Mills, documentary film director Adam Lavis and artist friend Clint Langley celebrate the late John Hicklenton’s life, career and crowning masterwork, 100 Months, an apocalyptic parable of environmental devastation drawn and written in foreknowledge of his own impending death. The evening includes a discussion, extracts from the Here’s Johnny documentary movie, and the publication of an exclusive limited edition print from The London Print Studio.

A free event but booking required. Please email with ‘RSVP 100 Months’ in the header.

Where: London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London
When: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 - 7pm to 8pm

A Comica Event in association with Cutting Edge Press & Animal Monday.

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