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  1. This Thursday, Nov. 23, is the Kaigai Manga Festa, and Nov. 25 is Comic Art Tokyo. Both events are big draws for foreign comic makers in Japan. Not to say otaku, but people who like comics as comics.

    I've prepared a few books, and will be hocking some of my older stuff. I'll post a follow up so you can see what the events are like.

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    nahadef
    A Canadian settled well into Japan.
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  1. thomas
    Can't promise anything yet, but let us know when you'll be where. :emoji_relaxed:
    1. nahadef
      Late reply! Kaigai was yesterday, but that’s the less interesting of the two events for me.:

      Saturday, November 25 is Comic Art Tokyo at Temple University in Tokyo. Lots of artists, Japanese and foreign. The biggest name is Brian O’Malley, creator of Scott Pilgrim, but that’s one of about 40 artists. Anyone interested can see more here:
      http://www.comicarttokyo.com

      Pictures when I’m back in Sapporo!