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Comica Comiket Is Coming This Saturday!

Posted: October 31, 2013

In the Halloween spooky spirit, our glowing, grinning Cheshire Cat lures you to our Comica Comiket Independent Comics Fair, filling the Platform Theatre and Foyer Bar at Central Saint Martins near King’s Cross, this Saturday November 2nd, 11am to 7pm. And a stunning, start-studded line up of caertoonists will be drawing live for your delight and delectation on stage and on the big screen in our Drawing Parade. Best of all it’s completely free, so come one, come all, bring all your family and friends and make a day out of it!

 

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