While the American comics social scene seems to be taking a breather for Thanksgiving, London has nothing to be thankful for. So, instead, we get the following to be very thankful for instead.
Alan Moore in conversation with Lance Parkin, at the Prince Charles Cinema, with a showing of Act Of Faith and Jimmy's End and special guests. I'll be there.
And I'll also pop by Orbital Comics before for a signing and guided exhibition by Emma Rios, for Pretty Deadly.
Orbital Comics have Frank Barbiere and Lauren Affe from Five Ghosts signs at 4pm, and then afterwards at Gosh Comics…
Jeffrey Brown signs at Gosh Comics, with a talk with Marc Ellerby and Brown will be doing a window painting at the store through the day…
And Orbital launches a new gallery exhibition for the work of the Portland comics set, running through Christmas.
Jeffrey Brown will be signing at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore from 6 – 7pm.
Gosh Comics launches Joe Kessler's Windowpane 2 and Breakdown's whole slate of new releases as well as showing Kessler's screenprints and original art.
Joe Kessler's follow-up to 2012's Windowpane is another one-man-anthology of short narrative and experimental comics. The book is divided into three parts: the first, loose and emotionally open, the second a continuation of the story of Reuben Mwaura, and the third a light-hearted study of creation and the artistic process.
And… the London Comics Mart at the Royal National Hotel from noon to 4pm.