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Launch Party: Ink & Paper



Celebrate the launch of the new Ink+Paper comics anthology: The true story of a woman making the first round-the-world journey by airship. A tale of long-lost lovers reunited. A record of a trip to Japan. An account of a man’s life told by the things he left behind. Human cannonball sisters. Dark matter. Food. Just some of the stories to be found in Ink+Paper, a new comic magazine to be launched in the autumn. There’ll be short story comics: exciting, romantic and involving. And feature comics: funny, informative and fascinating. And not just comics - there’ll be articles on creators and their interests. Intelligent? Yes. Fun? That too. Colourful? Very. But it’s all about the stories. More…

Where: Orbital Comics, 8 Gt Newport St, London, WC2H 7JA
When: Friday, November 11, 2011 - from 7pm

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