Things To Do In London If You Like Comics


Tonight, Orbital Comics launches Satanic Mojo from Jason Atomic, with Shaky Kane, Garry Leach and a bunch of others. Adults only, obviously.


Tomorrow it’s the official launch of a bunch of SelfMadeHero titles, including The Man Who Laughs by David Hine and Mark Stafford, at Gosh Comics.


Saturday, there’s the Orbital Comics Pop Up Shop at Ritzy Brixton, alongside the release of Man Of Steel.

At Forbidden Planet on Monday, Neil Gaiman is signing copies of Ocean At The End Of The Lane.


And on the same day, British graphic novel publisher of note Self Made Hero is putting up their own pop up shop in Bloomsbury, taking over Continental Stores at 54 Tavistock Place (just round the corner from where the old UKCACs used to be held) until the end of June, showing off artwork, selling comics, getting work signed, chatting with creators and giving away free coffee. And cakes laid on by London’s comics-and-coffee shop Eggs Milk Butter. I’m going to pop by and see what it’s all about on Tuesday, I’m thinking…


So, you know, comics and London. Busy busy busy!

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