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Launch Party: The Strumpet & Ink+Paper


They’re here - the second spectacular edition of The Strumpet, edited by Ellen Lindner and Jeremy Day, and the third exquisite issue of Ink+Paper, edited by David O’Connell. Come and celebrate the release of these sparkling new issues with the publishers & contributors.

This event is also the Comica After Party following Bryan & Mary Talbot’s Comica Conversation with Kim Newman at Foyles tonight, 6.30-7.30pm. Why not make a night out of it and come to both?

Tickets: Free
Where: Orbital Comics, 8 Great Newport Street, London WC2
When: Friday, November 9, 2012 7-9.30pm

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