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4 November 2017

Graphic novel special in the Observer this Sunday

This Sunday The Observer is celebrating 10 years of the Observer / Jonathan Cape / Comica graphic short story prize with a graphic novel special section within its New Review section

You can currently see finalists work at Orbital Comics
As they say on their website...
Orbital Gallery is very pleased to announce that we are once again previewing the finalists in this years Observer Short Story Graphic Prize.
In association with Jonathan Cape publishing and the Observer newspaper, this will be the 10th anniversary of the award, which has been a springboard for many now well established Graphic Novelists and cartoonists. The exhibition will run 24th October – 5th November.

Join us on Sunday 5th November for the exciting reveal of the winner!

Below is a list of the finalists and their respective graphic short story:
4.42AM – Peter Cline
Dennis and June – Emily Bob
Greedy Guts – Tom Eaton
Haunted – Andrew Watson
I Think Collin has Dementia
If You’re so Wise, How Come You’re Dead? – Tor Freeman
Madame and Me – James Albon
Mister-e Car Wash – Oliver Elliott
My Father in Berlin – Astrid and Jonathan Goldsmith
On a Friday – Panosbaros
Plop – Stref
Prim – Andy Hixon
Sea Change – Ginny Shinnel
The Slug Finger – Lily Shaul
Start Up – Peter Duggan
The Three Ravens – AlĂ© Mercado
Tom and Gerry – Jessica Barrah
Varicose Veins – Jessika Green

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