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Brandon Graham

Arguably one of the most original voices to emerge in the past twenty years of comics.

GRAPHIC's intimate talks series returns with a free program hosted by devout tech-head and video game journalist, Rae Johnston (Gizmodo, triple j, NITV).

     

     

     

In the Northern Foyer

One event on 5 Nov 2016

5.15pm, 5 Nov 2016

This event is free

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Bridging Studio Ghibli, '70s Conan drawings and classic graffiti, Brandon Graham is arguably one of the most original voices to emerge in the past twenty years of comics.

A founding member of the alternative New York collective Meathaus in 1997, Graham has evolved from his lurid beginnings to create pun-friendly classics including King City and Multiple Warheads. 

Recently revitalising the serial format with the Warren Ellis-approved Prophet, the 40-year-old dark horse will discuss his long-running relationship with Image Comics, early life in Seattle, and bending his life and craft to lead the future of graphic storytelling.