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). Whether you wish to dissect a classic work or watch your favourite artists let loose on the world, pop up the Concert Hall stairs for some snappy chats coupled with one of the best views of the harbour.
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.
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