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Get Your Selfie With Ricky Rouse At Comica Comiket!

Posted: August 13, 2014

This Saturday morning from 10.30am on August 16th at the Comica Comiket, our free-entry Independent Comics Market at The British Library, you will have the chance to meet a “real-life” comics character in the flesh - or in the felt!

Ricky Rouse is the unsettlingly familiar-looking cartoon critter who grins wide-eyed in the brand-new brashly satirical graphic novel by Jörg Tittel and John Aggs, Ricky Rouse Has A Gun, , launching from SelfMadeHero.

Come along to Comiket to snap your own ‘SelfieMadeHero’ with this cute-but-strange rip-off rodent, send it to #rickyrouse on the Saturday and at 4pm Ricky will announce the winner of a signed limited edition hardback edition of his graphic novel - be there and he’ll present it to you in person!

And check out his amazing music video, featuring an original track by UNKLE’s James Lavelle:

 

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