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Odyssey no. 3, Tank Girl artwork
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Odyssey no. 3, Tank Girl artwork

Explore Odyssey no. 3, Tank Girl artwork, part of the British Library’s Art and anarchy in British comics web resource.

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Obscenity trials of the 1970s
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Obscenity trials of the 1970s

Like its American counterpart, the burgeoning British underground scene held comics in high esteem.

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Comics Unmasked, the UK’s biggest comic book exhibition, opens at the British Library
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Comics Unmasked, the UK’s biggest comic book exhibition, opens at the British Library

Highlights of the exhibition also include an example of a medieval ‘comic’ from 1470, Apocalypse, a ventriloquist dummy of Ally Sloper, one of the earliest comic strip characters, 70’s underground

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Final weeks of Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK
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Final weeks of Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK

To mark the closing weekend of the exhibition the Library will host the annual Comica festival with Bryan Lee O’Malley, creator of Scott Pilgrim, and Pat Mills, creator of 2000AD, to name but a

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Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett designs new artwork for upcoming comics exhibition at the British Library
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Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett designs new artwork for upcoming comics exhibition at the British Library

Comics Unmasked traces the history of the British comic book and explores how comics and graphic novels have uncompromisingly addressed such subjects as violence, sexuality and drugs, breaking

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Bizarre Romance: Audrey Niffenegger and Eddie Campbell
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Bizarre Romance: Audrey Niffenegger and Eddie Campbell

Explore the bizarre nature of romance and relationships in a mixture of comic strips and illustrated prose

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The age of superheroes
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The age of superheroes

In the 1930s, as the age of superheroes was dawning in America, quite different heroes populated the pages of British comics.

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northernIreland
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northernIreland

100 MOST BORROWED BOOKS 2006 226 2007 Northern Ireland ISBN Title Contributor Publisher Year

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Jill Lepore on the Secret History of Wonder Woman
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Jill Lepore on the Secret History of Wonder Woman

Jill Lepore discusses the story of one of America's greatest pop culture icons

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Humour, jokes and rude rhymes
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Humour, jokes and rude rhymes

Dr Andrew Burn examines the role of jokes, rhymes and rude humour in children's play.

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