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Free Comic Book Day at Gosh! – May 5th 2012

Gosh! proudly presents:



Throughout this year’s Free Comic Book Day, we give you the aforementioned artists – window painting, live drawing, and lending a hand to burgeoning cartoonist youngsters. We’ll also have all the usual Free Comic Book Day comics, as well as a selection of free Small Press giveaways from the likes of Sean Azzopardi, Orful Comics, Kel Winser, Evan A., and more to come – don’t miss it!

Here are links to our FCBD artists’ websites:

Karrie Fransman
Ray Friesen
Tom Humberstone
Roger Langridge
Sarah McIntyre
Will Morris
Louis Roskosch
Julia Scheele
Richard Short
Christian Ward

And a very special thank you to Richard Short, for supplying us with the superb illustration for our flyer! You should definitely check out his book Klaus, out from NoBrow (and available at Gosh!).


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