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I’ve been meaning to pay a visit to one of my favourite places in Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to check out their Frank Quitely exhibition. As a comics creator working in Glasgow it’s...

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Alex’s audio round up

July 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Time for the man with the wandering microphone, Alex Fitch, to fill us in on details of his latest show; as ever for more details and to access a pile of archived shows in podcast...

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The Victoria Gallery and Museum is in a beautiful listed red-brick building, holding an imposing position in the knowledge quarter of Liverpool. With its Gothic turret, it is surrounded by a vast array of buildings...

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When bandes dessinées grew up…

April 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Michel-Édouard Leclerc is the owner and CEO of the Hypermarchés Leclerc, a large chain of supermarkets and other retailers all across France. Over the years he has also become one of the most important collectors of...

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Delighted to hear that the splendid Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow (an institution for generations in the city) is hosting a major exhibition of comics artwork by Frank Quitely this spring. From the...

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Beyond 2000 AD exhibition at Orbital

February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Beyond 2000 AD: The Wider Cultural Impact Of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic at Orbital Comics Orbital Comics in London is hosting a different and eclectic exhibition to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of 2000AD by bringing...

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I recently encountered the vibrant John Higgins, and he made mention of a forthcoming exhibition at the Victoria Gallery Museum in Liverpool and a forthcoming book, both of which were exciting fans at the 2000AD...

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The Cartoon Museum have secured their position as the premier venue in London and indeed Britain for comic art exhibitions. No one is currently coming near in reflecting this hugely popular form of art, or...

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The Shoah Memorial in Paris is host to an important exhibition throughout the year, highlighting the representation of the persecution of the Jews using comics. Starting from Horst Rosenthal’s quite remarkable Mickey Au Camp De Gurs,...

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Matt from the Flood Gallery in Greenwich tells us that this Thursday (24th) from 7pm they are hosting an exhibition, Phantasmacosm, featuring new artwork from Becky Cloonan and Arik Roper. I must admit to not...

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