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That’s Novel: Lifting Comics From The Page!



From searing memoirs to global manga, from The Tower of Babel to The Walking Dead, discover the latest, greatest and up-to-datest in comics by leading international innovators and the British cutting edge, featuring art by:

Charlie Adlard, Ho Che Anderson, Will Bingley, Brick, Darryl Cunningham, Karrie Fransman, Anthony Hope-Smith, John Hicklenton, Robert Kirkman, Chie Kutsuwada, Metaphrog, John Miers, Mustashrik, Nobrow, The Pleece Brothers, Pulp Theatre, David Quantick, Paul Rainey, Philippa Rice, Savage Pencil, Sean Michael Wilson, Carlos Nine.

Do come along and catch this free exhibition at The London Print Studio, open Tuesday to Saturday between 10.30am and 5.30pm. More details…

Tickets: Admission Free
Where: London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London W10
When: October 22 to December 18, 2010

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"With Comica, the ICA is doing what it does best: reaching out to culture's fringe."
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