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Nobrow: The Double



For all those of you who have been following Nobrow from the very beginning you’re in for a treat. Your favourite illustration magazine doubles in size to include 60+ pages of comics from the world’s foremost comic-creating talent as well as the 60 pages of beautiful and cutting-edge illustration you have come to expect! The best part is that the price is only up to £15 but you will get double the experience for a mere four pounds more. The issue will have a grand launch party at the always classy, ever fashionable DreambagsJaguarshoes on Kingsland Road on the 3rd of November at 7 pm. We will be serving some delicious Ketel One Vodka based cocktails on the night, thanks to their kind sponsorship and the space will be decorated based on the theme for this issue, Doppelgangers or Doubles. More…

Where: DreambagsJaguarshoes, 32/34 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DA
When: November 3 to January 20, 2012

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