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Video Preview: The London Cartoon Museum's V For Vendetta Exhibition
I've just been to my first comic book-related event in over a year, the Press Preview for the London Cartoon Museum's V For Vendetta exhibition Celebrating the world of David Lloyd and Alan Moore that first appeared in Warrior Magazine and would become a global symbol of protest courtesy of the movie The exhibition, naturally,[...]
London Cartoon Museum Reopens With V For Vendetta Exhibition On Tuesday
Well, on the other side of Oxford Street to Gosh, on Tuesday the 18th of May, The Cartoon Museum in London's Fitzrovia re-opens with an exhibition examining the cultural impact of V for Vendetta, from comic book to movie. V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask running from the 18th of May to the 31st of October,[...]
Funeral For Alison Brown of the London Cartoon Museum, This Thursday
In January, I was devastated to learn of the death of Alison Brown, curator at the London Cartoon Museum and a longstanding friend She died, cruelly young, at 39 from COVID-19 Her funeral will take place this Thursday morning at Hither Green Crematorium. A JustGiving donations page has been set up by her partner of twelve[...]
Garth Ennis & Steve McManus Join John McCrea For Cartoon Museum Event
On Friday, the 12th of February, comic book artist, co-creator of Hitman, Dicks and Dead Rabbit, John McCrea, will be the guest of a London Cartoon Museum charity event, An Audience With John McCrea hosted by occasional Bleeding Cool contributor Leonard Sultana, better known as the podcaster An Englishman In San Diego. Garth Ennis & Steve[...]
Alison Brown of the London Cartoon Museum, Has DIed
Alison Brown, who was the retail and front of house manager at London's Cartoon Museum since 2006 has died, after catching the coronavirus She had been in hospital with a stomach infection last month and had been recuperating in a hospital ward Diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday the 9th of January, on Sunday she was[...]
2000AD Revives Invasion 1984 To Help London's Cartoon Museum in 2020
Rebellion, publishers of Judge Dredd Megazine and 2000AD, is helping out London's Cartoon Museum and its fundraising activities They are  creating a special T-shirt, profits from which will go towards keeping this museum going through these rough times. The new T-shirt, available exclusively from the 2000 AD and Treasury of British Comics webshops, features the cover[...]
50 New Paintings by Mark Stafford as Cartoon Museum Bonuses
A month ago, Bleeding Cool covered the appeal from UK/Canadian publisher Soaring Penguin Press to help fundraise for the London Cartoon Museum I really hope you jumped on board and bought a signed copy of The Bad Bad Place that week, with all proceeds going to the museum Because artist and co-author of The Bad[...]
Mark Stafford, the London Cartoon Museum, and a Fundraising Offer
And it's one of those that has come to mind, right now. You'll have also read about the Cartoon Museum in London a lot on Bleeding Cool too, and Mark is its artist-in-residence Closed temporarily to the public on 18th March, due to the coronavirus, this has resulted in no income from visitor admissions, the museum[...]
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And they are promising a physical celebration for the award winners at the Free Word Centre and Cartoon Museum in London if/when it is possible to clink glasses and hug. The Laydeez Do Comics event happened over the weekend It was planned as a weekend away in East London, with professional advice for creators on their[...]
Things To Do In London… If You Like Comics – March 2020
Exhibitions followed by events… let us know if we missed any. Exhibitions: The Cartoon Museum: Drawing Life A new display showcasing the very best of the Cartoon Museums collection of cartoon art, curated by Cartoonist and Cartoon Museum Trustee Steve Bell Cartoon Museum, Wells Street Until August 30th 2020. Dear Mr Poole exhibition displays a never-before-seen collection of[...]
Things To Do In London... If You Like Comics - February 2020
And we get an extra day as well. Exhibitions: Comic Creators – The Famous and the Forgotten exhibition, Ending on Sunday 9th February 2020! Cartoon Museum, Wells Street, ends 9th February. Events: Tuesday, February 4th Islington Comic Forum, North Library, Manor Gdns, 6.30pm Shoe Lane Comic Forum, An informal group dedicated to the understanding and enjoyment of the multifaceted medium of comic[...]
Carol Isaacs' The Wolf Of Baghdad Launched at London's Cartoon Museum (VIDEO)
Cartoonist Carol Isaacs launched her first graphic novel The Wolf of Baghdad at the Cartoon Museum in London last night Attended by the likes of Martin Rowson, Steven Appleby, Mark Stafford, Jess Sage and more They even let me in There was music, punch, and turkish delights Here's a look at the presentation (in silhouette) by[...]
Mark Stafford Draws an Evening Of Creepy Comics for the London Cartoon Museum
An Evening Of Creepy Comics being held at London's Cartoon Museum on the night of the 11th. Morbid Mark Stafford ( the Bad Bad Place), Chthonic Cathy Brett (Who Killed Jojo?), Necropolitan Douglas Noble (Jazz Creepers) and Diabolical Dan White ( Sticky Ribs), unrepentant cartoonists of the uncanny one and all, will gather to discuss the[...]
Things To Do In London If You Like Comics - December 2019
Until December 31st, Cartoon Museum, Wells St. The Cartoon Museum – Drawing Life. A new display showcasing the very best of the Cartoon Museums collection of cartoon art, curated by Cartoonist and Cartoon Museum Trustee Steve Bell Until December 31st, Cartoon Museum, Wells St. Events: Sunday, December 1st London Comic Mart, Royal National Hall, 38-51 Bedford Way, WC1H 0DG London,[...]