In Pictures “Heroes” exhibition at the Cartoon Museum – Opening Night

Following up on James Bacon’s review of the new Heroes” exhibition at the Cartoon Museum in London, here’s some photos from the opening night.

Our thanks to graphic novelist Andrew Donkin – online at – for these, shared with kind permission.

Check out James Bacon’s review of the “Heroes” exhibition here

Check out James Bacon’s review of the “Heroes” exhibition here

• HEROES: The British Invasion of American Comics | Thursday 25th April until Saturday 19th Oct 2024, The Cartoon Museum, 63 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1A 3AE Tel: 0207 580 8155 | Web: | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

Andrew Donkin. Photo: Ed Simmons
Andrew Donkin. Photo: Ed Simmons

Andrew Donkin is the author of over eighty books and graphic novels for children and adults. His books have been translated into thirty languages around the world and have sold over ten million copies in the last decade.

Working closely with the New York Times bestselling author, Eoin Colfer, Andrew adapted four Artemis Fowl books into full length graphic novels for Hyperion. The pair also adapted Eoin’s The Supernaturalist into a graphic novel. Andrew’s original fiction has been published by HarperCollins, Hachette, and Scholastic. His non-fiction books have appeared on the lists of Bloomsbury, DK, and Scholastic.

His work in comics includes Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight for DC Comics, 2000AD, and Doctor Who. He happily believes he is the only writer alive to have written for the characters of Batman, Superman, Doctor Who, and Artemis Fowl. His most recent graphic novel works includes the award-winning Illegal, and Global, with long time friends and collaborators Eoin Colfer and Giovanni Rigano.

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