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Dante’s Inferno Launch Party Closes Comica 2012!

Posted: November 29, 2012

As a grand finale for this year’s Comica, the 9th London International Comics Festival, authors Hunt Emerson and Kevin Jackson celebrate the publication by Knockabout Comics of their irreverent yet faithful comics adaptation of Dante’s Inferno at this special Launch Party appropriately at the Italian Cultural Institute at 39 Belgrave Sq, SW1X 8NX in Belgravia (nearest tube is Hyde Park Corner). It runs from 6.30 to 8.30pm.

Come dressed as your favourite sinner or devil! Copies will be available for purchase and signature. All are welcome, subject to capacity, but please RSVP in advance by email to info[at]knockabout.com or by phone on 020 7243 2280. Don’t miss this diabolical soirĂ©e which brings Comica Festival 2012 to its utterly wild, debauched conclusion - it’s going to be one helluva evening!

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