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Things to Do at San Diego (not) Comic Con

Maybe you live near enough to San Diego, but didn’t get passes. Or maybe you only got passes for certain days but you’re still in town. What is there for you to do? Loads! 

Wednesday

9pm-12am: #Nerdioke at McFadden’s, hosted by Erin and Angie of The Nerdy Girls blog, starting right after Preview Night wraps, and where I will most likely be. They have pictures of last year’s Nerdioke over at the link, and it looks like a blast! Free, 21+

Thursday

7:30-8:30pm: "Wonder Women: On Paper and Off" panel discussion at the Women’s Museum of California. In conjunction with an exhibit running at the museum until September, Trina Robbins, Ramona Fradon, Mary Fleener, and Carol Lay “will share their experiences of working in the comic industry. Learn about the obstacles these women faced in the comic world as well as the amazing art work they have brought to life.” Free.

Saturday

7pm: Geek Girl Supergroup featuring Molly Lewis, Marian Call, and The Doubleclicks at Rebecca’s Coffeehouse, $10 suggested donation

All Days

All times: Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry will be running a parallel event at Jolt’n’Joes on 4th Ave and J Street. They will be making announcements, gaming, and holding meet-n-greets with Felicia herself. Free

Bronx Heroes Comic Con and Lockett Down Productions have curated a Women in Comics exhibit that will run at Poe Park Visiting Center Gallery for the rest of the month. There will be an opening reception tomorrow, July 6, 1pm-5pm. The exhibit showcases the work of such creators as Alitha Martinez (artist: Iron Man, Batgirl), Suzannah Rowntree (editor: Archie, Womanthology), and Rica Takashima (manga: Rica ‘tte Kanji!?). Drop by if you can!

Bronx Heroes Comic Con and Lockett Down Productions have curated a Women in Comics exhibit that will run at Poe Park Visiting Center Gallery for the rest of the month. There will be an opening reception tomorrow, July 6, 1pm-5pm. The exhibit showcases the work of such creators as Alitha Martinez (artist: Iron Man, Batgirl), Suzannah Rowntree (editor: Archie, Womanthology), and Rica Takashima (manga: Rica ‘tte Kanji!?). Drop by if you can!

Everyone please plan to go to the above Hellen Jo show, because her work is really potent and funny and I think under-appreciated. http://bit.ly/1118Yya
Everyone please plan to go to the above Hellen Jo show, because her work is really potent and funny and I think under-appreciated. http://bit.ly/1118Yya
This Week’s Events
Featuring Boston Comic Con!
In a show of total bias this week, I am featuring my local convention!
Held next weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22nd, at the Hynes Convention Center, BCC will feature such amazing creators as Stephanie Buscema (who designed the official con shirt! viz. above), Jo Chen, Becky Cloonan, Katie Cook, Renae De Liz, Agnes Garbowska, Sara Richard, Jill Thompson, Renee Witterstaetter, and Chrissie Zullo. 
Artists’ Alley boasts such fine creators at Ming Doyle, Shelli Paroline (Adventure Time), Liz Prince, Maris Wicks, and Womanthology creators Cathy Leamy and Andrea Agostini!
But wait, there’s more!  On Saturday at 1pm there will be a Womanthology Panel featuring Renae De Liz, Ming Doyle, Stacie Ponder, Cat Staggs, Megan Brennan, Ellen Crenshaw, and Ceili Conway, and it will be moderated by Yours Truly!
Other Events:
Friday, April 20
Portland OR: A Chicks Dig Comics Release Party with Jen Van Meter, Sara Ryan, Erica McGillivray & Rachel Edidin, at Bridge City Comics, from 6 - 9 PM PST.
Friday-Sunday, April 20-22
Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Comicon, featuring Amanda Becher, Shelley Block, Kaity Dunham, Holly G!, Stephanie Gabborin, Kate Gill, Alissa Magdic, Brittany Michel, and Danielle Alexis St. Pierre. Hermes Press will be featuring their Brenda Starr reprints.  At the Monroeville Convention Center
Saturday, April 21
Athens GA: Fluke Mini-Comics fest at the 40 Watt Club, featuring Allison Barto, Heidi Black, Michele Chidester, Eleanor Davis, Blue Delliquanti, Jeanne Detweiler, Sarah Dill, Catie Donnelly, Emi Gennis, Erin Gladstone, Julie Godwin, Mary Golding, Tara Harris, Rebecca Hilburn, Cassie Hart Kelly, Missy Kulik, Jackie Lewis, Anna Mack, Sally Madden, Cara McGee, Rebecca Mehnert, Audrey Morris, Megan Porch, Jackie Roche, Bridgit Scheide, and Shannon Smith
London: Comica Comiket: Independent Comics Fair at Bishopsgate Institute, featuring Kristyna Baczynski, Rebecca Burgess, Francesca Cassavetti, Gemma Correll, Isabel Greenberg, Lizz Lunney, Cliodhna Lyons, Hannah Simpson, and Liona Wu
Saturday-Sunday, April 21-22
Columbus OH: SPACE (Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo) featuring MariNaomi and Carol Tyler (Saturday only), along with Leslie Anderson, Lara Antal, Crystal Ash, E. J. Barnes, Suzanne Baumann, Pam Bliss, Tressina Bowling, Caitlin Boyle, Rachael Brady, Jeanie Bryan, Diana Busby, Megan Corby Roberts, Marnie Galloway, Melissa Spence Gardner, Tara Helfer, Cara Kennedy, Brenda Kirk, Sara Lindo, Nancy McSwiney, Maryanne Papke, Elaina Porter, Beth Sparks, Kristina Stipetic, Katherine Wirick, and Jessica C. White Debut of the Indie Ladies Comic Anthology, with a panel on Sunday at 1pm! At the Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
Los Angeles: LA Times Festival of Books, at the University of Southern California, featuring PLAIN Janes writer Cecil Castellucci, Finder creator Carla Speed McNeil, Hellblazer writer and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo adaptor Denise Mina, and Poseurs writer Deborah Vankin
Vancouver: Fan Expo at the Vancouver Convention Centre, featuring Kathryn Immonen, Pia Guerra, Emily Carroll, Rebecca Dart, Camilla D’Errico, Diana Greenhalgh, Miriam Libicki, Nina Matsumoto, and Marley Zarcone
Monday, April 23
London: Laydeez Do Comics meeting, featuring a talk by Rachael Ball and Simone Lia, creator of Please God, Find Me a Husband! at The Rag Factory, 6:30 - 9:30 PM GMT

This Week’s Events

Featuring Boston Comic Con!

In a show of total bias this week, I am featuring my local convention!

Held next weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22nd, at the Hynes Convention Center, BCC will feature such amazing creators as Stephanie Buscema (who designed the official con shirt! viz. above), Jo Chen, Becky Cloonan, Katie Cook, Renae De Liz, Agnes Garbowska, Sara Richard, Jill Thompson, Renee Witterstaetter, and Chrissie Zullo. 

Artists’ Alley boasts such fine creators at Ming Doyle, Shelli Paroline (Adventure Time), Liz Prince, Maris Wicks, and Womanthology creators Cathy Leamy and Andrea Agostini!

But wait, there’s more!  On Saturday at 1pm there will be a Womanthology Panel featuring Renae De Liz, Ming Doyle, Stacie Ponder, Cat Staggs, Megan Brennan, Ellen Crenshaw, and Ceili Conway, and it will be moderated by Yours Truly!

Other Events:

Friday, April 20

Friday-Sunday, April 20-22

  • Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Comicon, featuring Amanda Becher, Shelley Block, Kaity Dunham, Holly G!, Stephanie Gabborin, Kate Gill, Alissa Magdic, Brittany Michel, and Danielle Alexis St. Pierre. Hermes Press will be featuring their Brenda Starr reprints.  At the Monroeville Convention Center

Saturday, April 21

  • Athens GA: Fluke Mini-Comics fest at the 40 Watt Club, featuring Allison Barto, Heidi Black, Michele Chidester, Eleanor Davis, Blue Delliquanti, Jeanne Detweiler, Sarah Dill, Catie Donnelly, Emi Gennis, Erin Gladstone, Julie Godwin, Mary Golding, Tara Harris, Rebecca Hilburn, Cassie Hart Kelly, Missy Kulik, Jackie Lewis, Anna Mack, Sally Madden, Cara McGee, Rebecca Mehnert, Audrey Morris, Megan Porch, Jackie Roche, Bridgit Scheide, and Shannon Smith
  • London: Comica Comiket: Independent Comics Fair at Bishopsgate Institute, featuring Kristyna Baczynski, Rebecca Burgess, Francesca Cassavetti, Gemma Correll, Isabel Greenberg, Lizz Lunney, Cliodhna Lyons, Hannah Simpson, and Liona Wu

Saturday-Sunday, April 21-22

  • Columbus OH: SPACE (Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo) featuring MariNaomi and Carol Tyler (Saturday only), along with Leslie Anderson, Lara Antal, Crystal Ash, E. J. Barnes, Suzanne Baumann, Pam Bliss, Tressina Bowling, Caitlin Boyle, Rachael Brady, Jeanie Bryan, Diana Busby, Megan Corby Roberts, Marnie Galloway, Melissa Spence Gardner, Tara Helfer, Cara Kennedy, Brenda Kirk, Sara Lindo, Nancy McSwiney, Maryanne Papke, Elaina Porter, Beth Sparks, Kristina Stipetic, Katherine Wirick, and Jessica C. White Debut of the Indie Ladies Comic Anthology, with a panel on Sunday at 1pm! At the Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
  • Los Angeles: LA Times Festival of Books, at the University of Southern California, featuring PLAIN Janes writer Cecil Castellucci, Finder creator Carla Speed McNeil, Hellblazer writer and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo adaptor Denise Mina, and Poseurs writer Deborah Vankin
  • Vancouver: Fan Expo at the Vancouver Convention Centre, featuring Kathryn Immonen, Pia Guerra, Emily Carroll, Rebecca Dart, Camilla D’Errico, Diana Greenhalgh, Miriam Libicki, Nina Matsumoto, and Marley Zarcone

Monday, April 23

This Week’s Events
Featuring: Laydeez Do Comics 1st San Francisco Chapter Meeting
Tonight! at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, Trina Robbins, along with Maureen Burdock and Heather Plunkett, are bringing one of the top 10 literary events of London stateside.
While there was a “pop-up” meeting in New York City last week, this San Francisco meeting is intended to be the first of a monthly ongoing US presence.  And who better to launch such a group than comics “herstorian” Trina Robbins!  Trina will be giving one of her excellent presentations on women cartoonists over the years, and I am envious of everyone who has the chance to go! (7PM - 9PM PST).
Other Events
Tuesday, April 10
London: Simone Lia will be launching her new book Please God, Find Me a Husband! at Gosh! Comics tonight from 6:30PM GMT on.  There will be champagne!
NYC: Molly Crabapple will be discussing her latest art endeavor, A Week in Hell, with Sarah Jaffe at McNally Jackson Books at 7PM EST.
Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13
Hamburg, Germany: Hamburger Graphic Novel Days in Literaturhaus Hamburg will have panels with such European luminaries as Ulli Lust, Line Hoven, and Posy Simmonds
Wednesday, April 11
Chicago: Jenny Frison and other members of Four Star Studios are going to be at the Apple Store discussing the role of technology in both creating and distributing comics (7PM CST)
Calgary: Fiona Staples signing at Alpha Comics, 4pm – 8pm MST
Thursday, April 12
San Francisco: Leela Corman will be discussing and signing Unterzakhn, at the Cartoon Art Museum. 7PM - 9PM PST.

Friday-Sunday, April 13-15



Chicago: C2E2 at McCormick Place North Hall. Guests include Gail Simone, Amanda Conner, Jenny Frison, Jill Thompson, Katie Cook, and Lora Innes. Artist’s Alley includes Amanda Rachels, Amy Chu, Georgia Lee, Amy Mebberson, Anina Bennett, Ashley Riot, E.J. Barnes, Enrica Jang, Gabriela Sepulveda, Janet Lee, Jean Kang, Katie Shanahan, Rachelle Rosenberg, Sara Richard, Sasha Yosselani, Serena Guerra, Sho Murase, and Stephanie Hans. Womanthology Panel on Saturday with Candice Reilly, Jean Kang, Jessica Daniels, Lauren Burke, Raven Moore, and Stephanie Hans.
Friday-Saturday, April 13 – 14
Williamsport, PA: Wildcat Comic Con at the Pennsylvania College of Technology, featuring M.K. Reed, Joan Hilty, Tania Del Rio, Tracy White, yuumei, and Kambrea Pratt.
Saturday-Sunday, April 14–15
Toronto: Wizard World Toronto Comic Con at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, featuring Agnes Garbowska, Andrea Grant, Renee Witterstaetter, Sanya Anwar, Cris Delara, Geneviève Farley-Tremblay, Sabrina Geraats, Emily Ragozzino, Mina Sanwald, Rebecca Slack, and Mara Sternberg
Saturday, April 14
Bellingham MA: Caitlín R. Kiernan will be signing the first issue of her new series, Alabaster: Wolves, at Friendly Neighborhood Comics. 12PM – 2PM EST
Monday, April 16
Gainesville, FL: Leela Corman at Barnes & Noble, signing Unterzakhn.
If you go to any of these events, please feel free submit pictures!

This Week’s Events

Featuring: Laydeez Do Comics 1st San Francisco Chapter Meeting

Tonight! at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, Trina Robbins, along with Maureen Burdock and Heather Plunkett, are bringing one of the top 10 literary events of London stateside.

While there was a “pop-up” meeting in New York City last week, this San Francisco meeting is intended to be the first of a monthly ongoing US presence.  And who better to launch such a group than comics “herstorian” Trina Robbins!  Trina will be giving one of her excellent presentations on women cartoonists over the years, and I am envious of everyone who has the chance to go! (7PM - 9PM PST).

Other Events

Tuesday, April 10

Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13

Wednesday, April 11

Thursday, April 12

Friday-Sunday, April 13-15
  • Chicago: C2E2 at McCormick Place North Hall. Guests include Gail Simone, Amanda Conner, Jenny Frison, Jill Thompson, Katie Cook, and Lora Innes. Artist’s Alley includes Amanda Rachels, Amy Chu, Georgia Lee, Amy Mebberson, Anina Bennett, Ashley Riot, E.J. Barnes, Enrica Jang, Gabriela Sepulveda, Janet Lee, Jean Kang, Katie Shanahan, Rachelle Rosenberg, Sara Richard, Sasha Yosselani, Serena Guerra, Sho Murase, and Stephanie Hans. Womanthology Panel on Saturday with Candice Reilly, Jean Kang, Jessica Daniels, Lauren Burke, Raven Moore, and Stephanie Hans.
Friday-Saturday, April 13 – 14

Saturday-Sunday, April 14–15

Saturday, April 14

Monday, April 16

If you go to any of these events, please feel free submit pictures!

This Week’s Featured Event:
If you’re stuck on the East Coast this weekend during WonderCon, why not head up to Allentown, PA on March 17 for the Great Allentown Comic Con at the Merchant Square Mall! Ladies in attendance include:
Donyae Coles, creator of the watercolor webcomic, Carnival Grotesque (set for a relaunch in July). You can see more of her work at her DeviantArt.
Mina Sanwald, who currently works at Hound Comics as a colorist and animator.  You can see her artwork at her DeviantArt and find out more about her other projects at her blog.
Dawn Griffin, creator of webcomic Zorphbert and Fred and illustrator of the Abby’s Adventures children’s books.
Carol “Cotty” Kilbanks, artist, animator and art teacher!
Erica Schultz, writer of such series as M3 and Judo Girl.
Other events:
Monday, March 12
Tempe, AZ: Naomi Novik (Temeraire series, Will Supervillains be on the Final?) signing at Changing Hands bookstore. 7pm MST
Wednesday, March 14
Pasadena, CA: Corinna Bechko (with Gabriel Hardman) signing Exile of the Planet of the Apes #1 at Collector’s Paradise. 5-8pm PST
NYC:  Grace Randolph will be signing Supurbia #1 at Midtown Comics (on Fulton Street).  (I’m sure she’ll also sign Marvel Her-Oes and Nation X if you bring them!). 6pm EST
Friday, March 16
San Diego, CA: Naomi Novik at Mysterious Galaxy bookstore. 7pm PST
Friday-Sunday, March 16-18
Anaheim: WonderCon, with Renae De Liz, Rebekah Isaacs, Carol Lay and Fiona Staples at Anaheim Convention Center

This Week’s Featured Event:

If you’re stuck on the East Coast this weekend during WonderCon, why not head up to Allentown, PA on March 17 for the Great Allentown Comic Con at the Merchant Square Mall! Ladies in attendance include:

Donyae Coles, creator of the watercolor webcomic, Carnival Grotesque (set for a relaunch in July). You can see more of her work at her DeviantArt.

Mina Sanwald, who currently works at Hound Comics as a colorist and animator.  You can see her artwork at her DeviantArt and find out more about her other projects at her blog.

Dawn Griffin, creator of webcomic Zorphbert and Fred and illustrator of the Abby’s Adventures children’s books.

Carol “Cotty” Kilbanks, artist, animator and art teacher!

Erica Schultz, writer of such series as M3 and Judo Girl.

Other events:

Monday, March 12

Wednesday, March 14

Friday, March 16

Friday-Sunday, March 16-18

Next Week’s Featured Event
Ladies’ Night at Strange Adventures in Halifax
After hours on Leap Day, Strange Adventures will be hosting an exclusive, ladies only event featuring cupcakes, discounts, trivia, and prizes!
Faith Erin Hicks (Friends with Boys, The War at Ellsmere) and Jordyn Bochon (Spera) will be on hand for signings, and Tumblr’s own comic star Kate Leth will be there working her usual retail gig (but I’m sure she’ll be happy to sign her Locke & Key appearances and other merch!)
On Facebook, 119 ladies have already RSVP’d, how can you miss such a party?  At the very least, go to piss off this guy.  And bring your comics-curious friends!
Other Events
Tuesday, February 28
Newcastle, UK: Mary and Bryan Talbot will be discussing Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes at the Lit & Phil, 6:30pm GMT
Lowell MA: Reception for “A Picture’s Worth: Contemporary Graphic Novel Artists” with Liz Prince & Veronica Fish at UMass Lowell, 3-5pm EST 
Friday, March 2
Roanoke VA: Danielle Corsetto will be giving a talk at Roanoke Library about cartooning and being a professional web cartoonist, 6pm-8pm EST.
Saturday-Sunday, March 3-4
Austin, TX: The 8th annual Staple! Independent Media Expo is at Marchesa Hall and Theater. In attendance will be Liz Prince, MariNaomi, and Monica Gallagher.
Saturday, March 3
NYC: Jennifer Cruté will be signing her book Jennifer’s Journal: The Life of a SubUrban Girl (and throwing a party with wine, champagne, and hors d’oeurves!) at the House of Art Gallery in Brooklyn, 6-10pm EST
Sunday, March 4
Portland OR: Writer Sarah Mirk and some participating artists will be presenting their new Oregon History Comics at the release party at Powell’s Books, 7:30-9:30pm PST

Next Week’s Featured Event

Ladies’ Night at Strange Adventures in Halifax

After hours on Leap Day, Strange Adventures will be hosting an exclusive, ladies only event featuring cupcakes, discounts, trivia, and prizes!

Faith Erin Hicks (Friends with Boys, The War at Ellsmere) and Jordyn Bochon (Spera) will be on hand for signings, and Tumblr’s own comic star Kate Leth will be there working her usual retail gig (but I’m sure she’ll be happy to sign her Locke & Key appearances and other merch!)

On Facebook, 119 ladies have already RSVP’d, how can you miss such a party?  At the very least, go to piss off this guy.  And bring your comics-curious friends!

Other Events

Tuesday, February 28

Friday, March 2

Saturday-Sunday, March 3-4

Saturday, March 3

Sunday, March 4

This Week’s Events
Having set up the LMC Event calendar, I’ve decided that once a week, I will post about the coming week’s events, featuring one in greater detail.  If you know of an event coming up that you think deserves to be listed/featured, do not hesitate to send me an Ask about it!
Featured Event: Graphic Details Symposium - Talking About Jewish Women and Comics
Graphic Details is a traveling exhibit about graphic memoirs by Jewish women which is currently on display at Yeshiva University in New York City until April.  Next Sunday, February 26th, the university will be hosting a day-long symposium featuring an array of creators and academics talking about their work.
The panels will cover a good sampling of topics under the umbrella topic. Participants will discuss comics depictions of personal tragedies ranging from Holocaust survival to miscarriages, Jewish identity and family life, issues relating to Israel, and some good old-fashioned defense of and deconstruction of the comics form itself.
Participating creators include Leela Corman, Liana Finck, Miss Lasko-Gross, Miriam Katin, Sarah Leavitt, Caryn Leschen, Sarah Lightman, Diane Noomin, Corinne Pearlman, Sharon Rosenzweig, Ariel Schrag, Janice Shapiro, and Lauren Weinstein
The symposium opens at 9am and runs until 5pm, and costs $10-15 to enter, at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Other Events:
Monday, February 20: Laydeez Do Comics meeting, 6:30pm – 9:30pm GMT, at The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ (all genders welcome!)
Wednesday, February 22: Big City Dare-2-Draw with Liza Biggers, Jennifer Crute, Robin Ha, Kat Roberts, 6:00pm – 9:30pm EST, at MoCCA, 594 Broadway #401, New York, NY 10012
Thursday, February 23: Work Plus Play talk by Jillian Tamaki, Lisa Hanawalt & Eleanor Davis, 6:30pm – 8:30pm EST,at the Society of Illustrators Inc, 128 East 63rd Street, New York, NY
Friday-Sunday, February 24-26: Image Comics Expo with Fiona Staples, Blair Butler, and Christina Strain, at the Oakland Convention Center, 550 10th Street, Oakland, CA 94607 
Saturday-Sunday, February 25-26: London Super Comic Con with Emanuela Lupacchino, Jess Bradley, Sephryn Grey, Jenika Ioffreda, Yuri Kore, Zarina Liew, Van Nim, JL Straw, Tammy Taylor, and Nichola Wilkinson, at ExCel London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL
Have fun!  And if you blog about any of these events, please let me know, I’d be happy to share!

This Week’s Events

Having set up the LMC Event calendar, I’ve decided that once a week, I will post about the coming week’s events, featuring one in greater detail.  If you know of an event coming up that you think deserves to be listed/featured, do not hesitate to send me an Ask about it!

Featured Event: Graphic Details Symposium - Talking About Jewish Women and Comics

Graphic Details is a traveling exhibit about graphic memoirs by Jewish women which is currently on display at Yeshiva University in New York City until April.  Next Sunday, February 26th, the university will be hosting a day-long symposium featuring an array of creators and academics talking about their work.

The panels will cover a good sampling of topics under the umbrella topic. Participants will discuss comics depictions of personal tragedies ranging from Holocaust survival to miscarriages, Jewish identity and family life, issues relating to Israel, and some good old-fashioned defense of and deconstruction of the comics form itself.

Participating creators include Leela Corman, Liana Finck, Miss Lasko-Gross, Miriam Katin, Sarah Leavitt, Caryn Leschen, Sarah Lightman, Diane Noomin, Corinne Pearlman, Sharon Rosenzweig, Ariel Schrag, Janice Shapiro, and Lauren Weinstein

The symposium opens at 9am and runs until 5pm, and costs $10-15 to enter, at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011

Other Events:

Have fun!  And if you blog about any of these events, please let me know, I’d be happy to share!

New Thing I’m Trying…

If you’re on the front page of Ladies Making Comics, you may notice some new clutter under the Twitter feed: a Google Calendar, featuring upcoming conventions, signings and events by lady creators, and also their birthdays!  I’m still very much in the beginning stages of adding events to it, but if you have or know of a forthcoming lady-creator event that I don’t have up there yet, drop me an Ask and I’ll get to it as soon as possible.  

One caveat is that I can only display it in one time zone, and it’s in EST; however, I enter them according to their proper time zones and put the city names first so you can scroll through and find events local to you and calculate what time they start at your local time.  And if you click the event and go to “more details”, then copy it to your own Google Calendar, it will be the correct time on yours.


A great exhibition of Hannah Berry‘s stunning original artworks from her graphic novel Britten & Brulightly at Trichrome, the international illustrators’ art gallery recently opened in Fulham… and you are all invited to the opening on Friday November 4th to meet Hannah.
Where: Trichrome Gallery, 965 Fulham Road, London SW6 5JJ
When: November 5 to November 20, 2011
(via Comica | Festival Detail)

Britten and Brulightly was also one of the 1001 Comics to Read Before You Die, so if you’re in the London area, it sounds like a great event to check out!

A great exhibition of Hannah Berry‘s stunning original artworks from her graphic novel Britten & Brulightly at Trichrome, the international illustrators’ art gallery recently opened in Fulham… and you are all invited to the opening on Friday November 4th to meet Hannah.

Where: Trichrome Gallery, 965 Fulham Road, London SW6 5JJ

When: November 5 to November 20, 2011

(via Comica | Festival Detail)

Britten and Brulightly was also one of the 1001 Comics to Read Before You Die, so if you’re in the London area, it sounds like a great event to check out!

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