3.45-4.45 Venue: BAC Screen 1
Jörg is a BAFTA member, a frequent speaker on cross-platform storytelling (film, theatre, games as well as comics) and runs London and NYC-based OIFFY. John Aggs is a comic book artist for adults and children and has worked with writers such as Philip Pullman. Their collaboration, Ricky Rouse has a Gun, is published in September 2014 by SelfMadeHero and is a relentless action comedy, a comment on US-China relations and a parody of Western entertainment. US army deserter, Ricky Rouse, will make his first UK comic art appearance at the festival and will introduce you to Rambi, Ratman, Bumbo and other original characters.
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