Saturday July 20th marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and to celebrate we’ll have writers Christopher Baker and Matt Fitch here from 1-2pm to sign copies of their excellent graphic novel Apollo!
Our monthly reading group, Reads, turns its eye this month to Art Masters: Basquiat, Julian Voloj & Søren Mosdal’s biography of iconic artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, published in English by the good folks at Selfmadehero. Join us on the 14th August, 7-9pm for what will no doubt be a lively discussion!
Hot on the heels of London’s Pride Festival, our monthly reading group will be looking at the first volume of Gengoroh Tagame’s queer drama My Brother’s Husband. Do yourself a favour and get a copy to read, then be here Wednesday July 10th, 7-9pm to discuss it!
We’ll have Clara Heathcock and Patrick Wray here to launch their new zine Perforated Eardrum: Essays and Drawings about Music and Pain on Thursday June 20th, 7-9pm! Come on down to help toast the release of this fascinating collection of illustrated essays!
To celebrate the release of Joel Meadows’ new book Masters of Comics, we’ll be hosting a signing with three of the incredible artists profiled in the book: Laurence Campbell, Posy Simmonds and Sean Phillips will be here (along with Joel) on Saturday June 15th, 1-2pm!
Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans, creators behind the hit new series DIE, will be here signing on Wednesday June 5th, 6-7pm, and we’ll also be launching our brand new bookplate edition of DIE TP Vol 01: Fantasy Heartbreaker!
We’re very privileged to have Dr Sarah Bargiela and Sophie Standing here on Thursday the 28th March, 7-9pm, to launch their new title from Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Camouflage: The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women.
This month our regular reading group brings Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s Umbrella Academy TP Vol 01 to the table! Come on down to discuss the inspiration for the hit Netflix show that brings dysfunctional family dynamics to an apocalyptic superhero saga.
To mark the release of Yokoyama Yuichi’s Outdoors from Breakdown Press, we’ll have manga scholar Ryan Holmberg here to discuss the work of the brilliant manga experimentalist on Tuesday the 12th February, 7.30pm-9pm.