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Comica Conversation: Anders Nilsen & Tom Gauld

Posted: September 14, 2011

The amazing graphic novelist, Anders Nilsen, the US author of Big Questions, finally complete and in one volume from Drawn & Quarterly, has kindly agreed to have a special one-off Comica Conversation with his friend and fellow comics creator Tom Gauld. This is a free event but seating will be limited so it’s first come, first served. More details…

Tickets: Free
Where: Orbital Comics, 8 Great Newport St, London WC2H 7JA
When: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 - 7-pm to 8pm

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