Panel Borders: Reading Graphic Novels part two

Panel Borders: Reading Graphic Novels part two …
Orignally broadcast 26/06/08 as part of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM

This episode is the second of two looking at the Streatham Library graphic novels readers group and is the second part of the group’s discussion about Charles Burns’ lurid graphic novel Black Hole which mixes 1950s horror comics with more up to date concerns about sexuality, STDs and social exclusion. (part two of two)

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Also: Online now at Manchester Met’ Contemporary Film and Video:

Tales from the Flat: the movie! (sort of)

To quote one of the stars, Oliver Lambden: “Alex Thomson, Jack Tomkins and Jon Hull recently completed their final piece for their film degrees at Manchester Uni and they decided to make a short documentay all about Modern Monstrosity and The Camden Comics Stall. Give it a watch, it’s bloody awesome, the soundtrack’s amazing, it’s only ten minutes long and it’s viewable here…”