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British Museum announces major Manga exhibition, tie-in MANGA book

The British Museum is to host a major exhibition dedicated to the history of Manga in the New Year, opening in May, along with a tie-in book titled, simply, MANGA. The exhibition, which will run until August,  will explore the phenomenon of manga and will be “the largest exhibition of the art for ever toContinue reading British Museum announces major Manga exhibition, tie-in MANGA book

Liam Sharp, JM De Matteis join Portsmouth Comic Con line up

Comic creators JM De Matteis and Liam Sharp have joined an already impressive guest list for Portsmouth Comic Con next May, and Star Wars actor Clem So has been announced as the event’s first media guestContinue reading Liam Sharp, JM De Matteis join Portsmouth Comic Con line up

“Unseen Art of Ron Embleton” exhibition announced

London’s Messum’s Gallery is to host an exhibition of work by Eagle and TV21 Ron Embleton in January, one of Britain’s best known comic and historical illustrators, with a reputation that stretched far beyond our shoresContinue reading “Unseen Art of Ron Embleton” exhibition announced

A design for the new Cartoon Museum in Wells Street, London

London Cartoon Museum move to Wells Street gets underway

After 12 years at 35 Little Russell Street, London’s Cartoon Museum is moving to brand new premises at 63 Wells Street, London WC1 – very near Oxford Circus. We previously reported on the reasons behind the move, which include a significant saving in terms of rent as well as more space. The Wells Street locationContinue reading London Cartoon Museum move to Wells Street gets underway

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Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather exhibition opens at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum

The San Francisco-based Cartoon Art Museum is celebrating the art of John Severin‘s final Marvel Comics western series, Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather, in an exhibition that will be on display from now through April 2019. Johnny Bart made his debut in his own comic book series, Rawhide Kid, in March 1955. The series, published by MarvelContinue reading Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather exhibition opens at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum