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Comica Conversation with Jaime Hernandez & Woodrow Phoenix Online!

Posted: June 2, 2013

The rapt audience of a packed Ciné Lumiere enjoyed a nearly two-hour Comica Conversation, Q&A session and live drawing with the Love & Rockets co-creator, on Thursday May 30th at the Institut Français, hosted by the BD & Comics Passion weekend festival. If you missed it, you can listen to it now online here (you just need to sign up in order to be able to listen to the full version). Photo courtesy of Bridget Hannigan.

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