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Tripwire Launch with Michael Moorcock, Peter Milligan, Mike Carey, Roger Langridge & Christopher Fowler

Thursday 16th May 2013 6:30pm - 8:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Since its launch back in 1992, TRIPWIRE has been the UK's leading features-driven comics and genre publication. Its emphasis on British comics and creators and left of centre mainstream has garnered it fans around the world. In 2013, to commemorate its 21st birthday, TRIPWIRE will be publishing TRIPWIRE 21, a must-own celebration of 21 years of the magazine. To mark this, Foyles and TRIPWIRE present a panel that includes Michael Moorcock (Mother London), Peter Milligan (Hellblazer), Mike Carey (The Unwritten, X-Men), Roger Langridge (The Muppets, Fred The Clown) and Christopher Fowler, creator of the popular Bryant & May book series in discussion with TRIPWIRE editor-in-chief Joel Meadows.

 

Venue: the Gallery at Foyles
Tickets: Full price: £5, concessions: £3; add the required number to the basket below.

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you will receive is proof of your reservation.


Roger Langridge Christopher Fowler Mike Carey Peter Milligan

Main image: Michael Moorcok; top row left: Roger Langridge; centre: Christopher Fowler; right: Mike Carey; bottom row: Peter Milligan

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