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Panel Borders: War – The Human Cost

September 22, 2011

Panel Borders:

War – The Human Cost

Partially broadcast 22/09/11 on Resonance FM

Ben Naylor, Dan Locke, Sean Duffield, Francesca Cassavetti, Eileen Cassavetti and Alex Fitch at the Imperial War Museum (art by Dan Locke, photographed by Jim Walker)

Ben Naylor, Dan Locke, Sean Duffield, Francesca Cassavetti, Eileen Cassavetti and Alex Fitch at the Imperial War Museum (art by Dan Locke, photographed by Jim Walker)

Continuing our month of shows about War Comics, we’re proud to broadcast a final panel discussion recorded at the ‘Comics and conflicts’ conference at the Imperial War Museum, August 2011. Alex Fitch chairs a discussion on ‘The personal and the political’ as the publisher and two of the contributing artists – Sean Duffield, Daniel Locke and Ben Naylor – talk about their anthology War: The Human Cost. They are also joined on stage by writer Eileen Cassavetti and cartoonist Francesca Cassavetti who published her mother’s wartime journal Philip and Helena in comic book format.
(Please note: this is the penultimate episode of Panel Borders to be broadcast on a Thursday evening, before the show moves to Sunday nights from October)

For more info and a variety of formats you can stream or listen to this podcast in, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Cover of Philip and Helena by Eileen Cassavetti / interior pages from War: The Human Cost by Ben Naylor, Daniel Locke and Sean Duffield

Cover of Philip and Helena by Eileen Cassavetti / interior pages from War: The Human Cost by Ben Naylor, Daniel Locke and Sean Duffield

Links: Listen to Alex Fitch’s interview with Eileen and Francesca Cassavetti, Paul Gravett, Ariel Kahn and others about the Imperial War Museum Conference
Listen to Paul Gravett’s preceding panel about international War Comics with Mikkel Sommer, Dave Turbitt, David Blandy and others

Info about Francesca and Eileen Cassavetti at fabtoons.blogspot.com
Read Forbidden Planet International’s series of reviews on War: The Human Cost
Info about War: The Human Cost
Info about the Comics and Conflicts conference at the Imperial War Museum

Recommended events:

Orbital Comics show and signing

Now on – the Self Portrait Show

It is always interesting to see how artists portray themselves, so we asked a bunch of our favourite cartoonists to do just that!
The results will be on display at the orbital gallery this September/ October, with self-portraits by:
Adam Cadwell, Dan Berry, Dan White, David Hine, David O’Connel, Edward Ross, Ellen Lindner, Gareth Brookes, Garry Leach, Gary Erskine, Joe Decie, Josceline Fenton, Julia Homersham, Kristyna Baczynski, Luke Pearson, Mark Stafford, Paul Rainey, Philippa Rice, Richard Cowdry, Rufus Dayglo, Sammy Borras, Shaky Kane, Thorsten Sideboard, Timothy Winchester and Tom Humberstone.

19.09.11 – 15.10.11

REBEKAH ISAACS SIGNING

On Saturday September 24th, up-and-coming artist Rebekah Isaacs will be signing copies of her new comic Angel & Faith, as well as all her other previous works (including DV8 with Brian Wood) in her first international appearance!
She’ll also be doing free (that’s right kids, free!) sketches, so make sure you get down early. The festivities will kick off at 3pm for one hour, but things may well overrun. See you there!

3pm 24.09.10

Orbital Comics, 8 Great Newport Street, London W1

Music and comics exhibition

Later this month We Are Words + Pictures will be holding an exhibition of comics inspired by music. The venue is hot indie record shop Flashback Records in Crouch End, and there will be music and drinks on the opening night next week – come along!
The exhibitors include: Adam Cadwell, John Cei Douglas, Julia Scheele, Jamie Mckelvie, Francesca Cassavetti, Marc Ellerby, Kristyna Baczynski, Tom Humberstone and Sean Azzopardi.

PV: 7pm, Friday 23rd September (exhibition continues into October)
Flashback Records, 144 Crouch Hill, London N4 8DX

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