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Graphic Vision: Ho Che Anderson



The African-Canadian author Ho Che Anderson makes a rare visit to London to discuss the genesis and success of King, his graphic biography of Martin Luther King Jr, and his wide-ranging adult graphic novels from I Want To Be Your Dog to Scream Queen. Hosted by comic artist Paul Peart-Smith and George Nelson, co-curators of last year’s Black Powers comic art exhibition at Swiss Cottage Library, London.

Tickets: £4 - Booking Required
Where: London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London W10
When: Monday, November 15, 2010 - 6.30pm to 8pm

With generous support from AltCon, the new adult comics convention November 4-14 in Malmö, Sweden.

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"...will be talked about by those who saw it for years to come."
Bart Beaty

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