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Zenith Signing with Steve Yeowell

British comics heavyweight Steve Yeowell is coming to Gosh! to sign copies of the long awaited Zenith Phase 1.

ZENITH signing at Gosh! Comics London

After the complete Zenith, limited to 1000 copies, sold out, Rebellion listened to the appeals of fans and decided to release the book, originally serialised in 2000AD between ’87 and ’92, in it’s original Phases. To celebrate the release of Phase 1 Gosh! will be joined by artist Steve Yeowell for an afternoon signing.
You’ll have seen Steve’s work gracing the pages of titles including Judge Dredd, Sinister Dexter, and A Life Less Ordinary (a graphic novelization of the Danny Boyle film).

Steve will be joining us from 2pm ’til 3pm on Saturday the 18th of October.
If you’d love to get your mitts on a signed copy of Zenith Phase 1 but can’t join us in person then send an email to info@goshlondon.com and we’ll sort you out a copy.


September 23, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Tempo Lush Launch Party

When is a launch party more than a launch party? When you’re launching four books in one night! Tempo Lush will be taking over Gosh! for the evening to celebrate the release of new titles: Lucy the Octopus: Any Less Than Freak, Bang! Crash! Whizz!, Rosie and Jacinda: Demon Cloud, and Tempo Lush Tales.

Tempo Lush launch party at Gosh! Comics London

Launched in 2007 Tempo Lush has published a whole heap of books including Delicate AxiomBunch, and the Tempo Lush Mini-Comics range that includes Lucy the Octopus  and Govinda the Meditating Rabbit.

The man behind Tempo Lush, Richy K. Chandler, has written for comic adaptations of Adventure TimeWallace & Gromit and Almost Naked Animals, contributed to Wu Wei and Score & Script and is the originator of WASP (Webcomic Artist Swap Project).
He’s excited to bring out new volumes of both fairytale manga Rosie and Jacinda (which he created with Zarina Liew and is now also joined by artists Chie Kutsuwada, Inko, Jade Sarson and Francesca Dare) and his webcomic collection Lucy the Octopus.
He’s also worked with illustrator Sally-Anne Hickman to create the pre-school children’s comic/picture book Bang! Crash! Whizz!
Finally, Richy has collaborated with a host of artists and creators for the Tempo Lush Tales anthology, including Matt Boyer, Francesca Cassavetti, Martin Eden, Tim Hassan, Steve Horry, Inko, Chie Kutsuwada, Mike Medaglia, Aaron Murphy, Van Nim, Karen Rubins, Paul Shinn, Keara Stewart and Steven Walsh.”

You’ll be able to get your hands on all four titles on the night, and Richy will be around signing copies and strumming away on his guitar.
You’ll also have a chance to meet  plenty of his collaborators who will also be happy to sign copies of their respective works.
The party starts at 7pm on Friday the 3rd of October.
If you can’t make it to the event but would like a signed copy then get in touch with us via info@goshlondon.com and we can make the arrangements.

September 17, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Star Cat Launch Party with James Turner

James Turner will be celebrating the release of his new book Star Cat here at Gosh!

Star Cat poster launch party Gosh! Comics London

Join Captain Spaceington and the intrepid crew of the Star Cat as they boldly blunder into every possible comic misadventure on this side of the event horizon – and beyond!

Featuring: Science Officer Plixx (green, tentacled and easily confused), Robot1 (nowhere near as clever as he thinks he is), and the very mysterious ‘Pilot’ (quite possibly much cleverer than everyone thinks he is…) PLUS… Stupid aliens! Robo-chickens! Intergalactic ice-cream! And the devious cunning and villainy of the very evil and really quite badly-behaved Dark Rectangle!

James Turner Star Cat comic book launch Gosh! Comics London

Star Cat first appeared in the pages of our favourite kids comic,  The Phoenix, a weekly comics anthology; if you’re not already grabbing a copy for your children (and yourself!) then you’re missing out! James has also written for Mameshiba; if you’re unfamiliar with the tiny trivia telling bean dogs we’d recommend you go look now!

James will be hanging around the shop on night to sign copies and to raise a glass in honour of Star Cat Book 1. The party starts at 7pm sharp on Thursday the 9th of October. If you’d like us to arrange a signed on your behalf then drop a line to info@goshlondon.com and we’ll sort that out.


September 16, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Capers! #1: The World of the X-Men

Capers! is a new regular meet-up at Gosh! that will explore and celebrate the world of super-heroes.

Each month we’ll spotlight a different character or team and, with the help of our audience and guest speakers, break down their history and share our favourite moments.

Our very own Hannah and Steve will lead things off with what they’ve read and enjoyed then throw it open to the group to pick out their favourite characters and storylines .

We’ll share the best websites, podcasts, and books about the characters in question and talk about their appearances on TV and in film.

At the end of the evening we’ll close things out with a little pop quiz, with the winner being given the responsibility of picking out a random envelope that will contain the subject of the next month’s meet up!

To kick things off we’ll be looking at Marvel’s merry mutants and exploring every corner of the X-Universe, from Muir Island to Madripoor and talking Morlocks, Magistrates, and Mutates as we go.

Join us on the third Wednesday of every month at our not so secret headquarters from 7 till 9 and share your favourite superpowers, secret identities, and sidekicks.

See you there!

September 13, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Process Presents: Inside Out New York Launch Party & Talk

We’re BIG fans of Big Picture Press here at Gosh! Their beautiful books have been brightening our children’s section for a while now, so we couldn’t be more excited to launch Inside Out: New York, the first in a new collection of concertina books, by Josh Cochran.

Inside Out New York launch party poster | Gosh Comics London

Inside Out: New York is packed to bursting with iconic New York landmarks, pigeons, and taxi cabs. At 2 metres it’s in an impressive insight to ‘the city that never sleeps’ and is Josh’s first children’s book. When he’s not sketching the Brooklyn Bridge you can find Josh teaching at the School of Visual Arts, filling in as Art Director for the New York Times, being nominated for Grammy’s, or hanging out with his dog Porkchop.

Josh will be in conversation with Gosh!’s own Steve Walsh, discussing all aspects of his concertina book and sharing a few of his favourite spots in New York. Afterwards he’ll be hanging around, signing copies of the book, and enjoying a beer or five.

Festivities start at 7pm on Friday the 19th of September. If you can’t make it along on the night and would like Josh to sign a copy for you then drop us a line via info@goshlondon.com and we can make those arrangements. We’ll see you there, and in the meantime, hot dogs on Steve anybody?

September 12, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Some Comics by Stephen Collins Launch Party



Stephen Collins, the creator of the The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil, is back again only this time he’s offering us Some Comics, a collection of 100 smaller strips asking important questions like ‘what the hell do plastic bags think about all day?’.

Stephen has gone from strength to strength over the last few years, winning the Jonathan Cape Graphic Short Story Prize, being shortlisted for the Waterstone’s Book of the Year and winning the Edinburgh Literary Festival’s 9th Art Award, while you can also regularly enjoy his work in the Guardian’s Weekend magazine.

We’ll have Stephen on hand to sign copies of the book and there will be plenty of drink flowing, the only thing left to make the night complete is YOU.

See you there!

September 9, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Jamie Coe Art Schooled Signing

We’ll be celebrating the launch of Nobrow’s newest offering Art Schooled with an old fashioned launch party.

Art Schooled book launch | Gosh Comics London

Created by recent Central St Martins graduate Jamie Coe, Art Schooled offers insight to the highs and lows of a struggling art student; never quite ‘getting’ the work of his peers and desperately trying to win the girl of his dreams. The protagonist, Daniel Stope, is a self-proclaimed  misfit whose dreams of being a painter seem all but crushed. With a move to the big city behind him and four years of studying ahead, Daniel must navigate the obstacle course of design briefs and life drawing classes and maybe, if he can survive it, he’ll get to be an intern when it’s over…

Jamie Coe Art Schooled available at Gosh! Comics London

As we’ve come to expect from UK publishers Nobrow the book smells good enough to eat, is printed on gorgeous paper stock, and has the prettiest (and most atmospheric) palette we’ve seen in a while. Jamie’s artwork is expressive and his vignettes hilarious, so if you’ve not already bagged a copy now is the time to do it!

Jamie will be about on the night, signing copies of the book and regaling us all with his own tales of student life. The party starts at 7pm, September 27th and there will be drinks a plenty. And just in case you don’t know what he looks like, we’ve found this archive image of Jamie.

Jamie Coe

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Bartkira Volume 2 Launch Party and Exhibition

Bartkira is coming to Gosh! to celebrate the online launch of Volume 2.

Bartkira Vol.2 Launch at Gosh Comics London

For the uninitiated, Barkira is the mash-up of cultural icons Akira and The Simpsons with the end goal to have each page of Katsuhiro Otomo’s apocalyptic masterpiece redrawn, swapping out the existing characters with those from Matt Groening’s The Simpsons.  But where does an idea like this burst from? The editor and driving force behind the project, James Harvey, said in an interview with Vice, “The first guy to do a Bartkira drawing was Ryan Humphrey, a UK artist. He redrew these pages that showed the moment Akira destroys Neo-Tokyo, but redrawing Akira as Bart and the Colonel as Homer.” He describes the project as a gateway for newcomers and creators alike to produce a large scale work of art.

Matthew Houston for Bartkira Volume 2 | Gosh Comics London


As well as celebrating the online launch of the completed second volume, Gosh! will be hosting a Bartkira Volume 2 Exhibition.  The first volume is already available to read online for free at bartkira.com and while there are currently no plans to print the work (it infringes on TWO  major copyrights after all) the project will be followed through to completion – all six volumes re-drawn by artists from around the world.

James is joining us between 2-3pm on the day to sign copies of his new book with Image, Masterplasty. The party and exhibition start at 7pm on October 4th. The beer and donuts will be bountiful so come be merry and help us celebrate.

September 6, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

Masterplasty Signing with James Harvey

It’s finally here – James Harvey’s print debut with Image Comics and he’ll be at Gosh! signing copies on October 4th.

James Harvey signing | Gosh Comics London

Described by Image as a ‘cult online sensation’ Masterplasty is the story of one mans struggle with self-image and the pursuit of perfection; of course it’s never quite within his grasp and he risks losing everything he had.

The book is being released in an oversized format and collects Masterplasty along with additional short stories all rendered in James’ instantly recognisable style.

Comics by James Harvey | Gosh Comics London

James will be in store signing copies of Masterplasty between 2-3pm on Saturday October 4th, and will be sticking around until the evening to celebrate the launch of Bartkira Volume 2, a mash up of The Simpson and Akira. If you’d like a signed copy of the book then, as always, drop us a line at info@goshlondon.com and we’ll be happy to make arrangements for you.

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To Arms Launch Party

The second of our WW1 centenary events is the launch of anthology comic To Arms. Having successfully secured funding through Indiegogo the book will be hitting shelves in early September and we’ll be having a party to celebrate. And for Gosh! one of the most exciting aspects of the project is that it the idea for the book was dreamed up at one of our regular events, Process.

To Arms | WWI Centenary Gosh Comics London Poster

“TO ARMS! resurrects the stories of the fallen, bringing them to life in an evocative contemporary format that will appeal to the comic book fan, the history buff, and everyone in-between.

We are an international collection of artists, writers and comic book enthusiasts, who have banded together to produce work that is both exciting and thought provoking.” Creators involved in the project include Owen Pomery and Gosh’s own Mike Medaglia (past employee and organiser supreme of Gosh!p). To find out more about the project head over to their Facebook page for updates and snippets of the book.

Artist: James Hickman / Writer: Karim Iskander Flint

The launch starts at 7pm on Friday 12th September. A number of the creators will be joining us for the event, signing copies of the anthology and talking all things WWI. If you’d like us to arrange a signed copy for you then, as ever, drop a line to info@goshlondon.com.

August 15, 2014 | Posted in: Events | Comments Closed

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