Fancy some books by Charlie Adlard, art by Nick Brokenshire or prints by Chie Kutsuwada?
Chie Kutsuwada, Fumo Obata and Paul Gravett head up “The Manga Phenomenon” at this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival on Friday 5th October 2018. as regular downthetubes readers know, Manga is big business in Japan. Comics make up nearly 40% of… Read More ›
To coincide with the Alice in Wonderland exhibition at the British Library in London, comic creator Bryan Talbot, author of Alice in Sunderland, will join leading comics authority Paul Gravett and manga artist Chie Kutsuwada on a panel discussion titled… Read More ›
Continuing our spotlights of the guests attending the Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October 2015, we’re profiling Brighton-based Shojo artist Chie Kutsuwada. Chie Kutsuwada is a popular manga artist based in Brighton who was born and brought up in Japan. After graduating Royal College of Art,… Read More ›
This year’s Lakes International Comics Art Festival will drop you into the fascinating world of Japanese manga and anime, bringing one of the acclaimed creators of Shojo (girl’s manga) to Britain, in partnership with the Brewery Arts Centre, the Daiwa Foundation, the GB… Read More ›
This year’s Graphic Brighton weekend at the University of Brighton City Campus takes place on 1st – 2nd May, presented by the University of Brighton and fine publishers Myriad Editions, and includes panels, discussions and workshops. Following last year’s event which… Read More ›
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has announced the full line-up of comic creators for the Comics Family Zone, one of its most popular events last year, comprising both free and pre-bookable events. Based in Kendal Library, Westmorland Shopping Centre and the Shakespeare… Read More ›
Yes, yes, we know it’s short notice. (We probably did get an email. Have you seen my inbox?) There are two comic-related two Brighton Festival graphic events this week on Wednesday evening, at the Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, put on… Read More ›