Woodrow Phoenix

Talking Brazilian Comics: Rafael Coutinho’s Panel at the Embassy of Brazil

The Embassy of Brazil in London recently hosted a fascinating discussion about the rich world of independent Brazilian comics with artist, writer and Festival organiser Rafael Coutinho, interviewed by Dr Edward King from the University of Bristol, author of Posthumanism… Read More ›

Harrier Comics revival continues at CEPG, 1980s strips revived for the 21st Century, tentative schedule revealed

Denver-based publisher CEPG is continuing to roll out new editions of some of the 1980s Harrier Comics titles that offered many now well-established  creators one of their first entry points into publishing thanks to publisher Martin Lock. CEPG’s publisher Mike… Read More ›

Drawing The Line: 100 Comic Artists unite to Change the World

More than 100 comics artists and illustrators from around the world have launched Draw the Line – a lively, visual guide to positive political action that anyone can take. A reaction to dramatic social, environmental and political changes in the United… Read More ›

Markings: A New Comics event from the University of the Arts London and House of Illustration

  You can register now for free to attend Markings, a new Illustration and Performance Festival convened by Roger Sabin, with Pascal Lefevre as the keynote speaker. Taking place Friday 8th – 9th July 2016, Markings consists of a symposium… Read More ›

Woodrow Phoenix at London Cartoon Museum Tonight

Woodrow Phoenix will be dropping in at London’s Cartoon Museum tonight (Thursday 12th May 2016) to talk about his giant graphic novel, She Lives, Dr Monica Walker will be giving spotlight talks on highlights from the Museum’s collection and co-curator Dr Paul Williams will be discussing… Read More ›

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