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Meet The Artists — New Comics At Ada

(5.26) Brent Legault invites you to a comics event at Ada Books this Thursday evening. (Facebook event for ‘Gorgeous is as Gorgeous Does.’) Cathy G. Johnson & Mimi Chrzanowski have new comics that they want to show you. Come to Ada Books on May 26th

‘Terrifying Stories’ At AS220

(10.29) Head down to AS220 for ‘A Night of Terrifying Stories V,’ the Providence Comics Consortium fifth birthday party, with host Walker Mettling. Walker hosts another Night of Terrifying Stories! This year it’s a mash up with the Providence Comics Consortium ‘s 5th Anniversary! With

Learn To Draw Comics At Rochambeau

(7.21) Join artist, educator, performer, Eric Fulford, today at the Rochambeau Library and learn how to draw comics. Check out Fulford’s comic book workshops for an idea of what to expect. He will likely address character design and cover design. After graduating from Providence College

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Lo-Fi, Low Brow Comics At Ada Books

(8.24) Wise-cracking apples, eggplants and pears; foul-mouthed birds and bleeding tomatoes; dead carrots and heartless bananas; stone-faced bunnies; conceited vampire bats; snogging peanut butter; half-witted cat-munchkins; naked wieners; and poop. All this (and more!) can be yours, at Ada Books this Friday, where Lauren Barnett (Me Likes You Very Much) and

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Big Questions, Small Bookshop

Artist, designer and ink magician Anders Nilsen is coming to Providence! This Monday, September 19th, from 7pm until — oh, let’s say 9ish — he will be camping out at Ada Books where he will project pages from his recently published, forest-felling behemoth (592 pages) of a book, Big Questions. He will

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Weird World of Eerie Publications tonight at Rochambeau Library

TONIGHT – January 13th, 7pm at the Rochambeau Library (708 Hope Street in Providence), Providence Community Library will be hosting Mike Howlett, author of “The Weird World of Eerie Publications” (Feral House, 2010). “Eerie Publications’ horror magazines brought blood and bad taste to America’s newsstands

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Walker Mettling Presents 100 Very Short Stories — Wednesday

On Wednesday, December 8th, Providence Community Library and Walker Mettling present “100 Very Short Stories” at the Knight Memorial Library. Ten writers will be reading 100 very, very SHORT stories which will also be illustrated live by Jean Cozzens! The readers are: Kevin Delaney, Joanna

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Chippendale And C.F. Do Things At Ada

Just a reminder. Ada Books hosts Brian Chippendale and C.F. kicking off a, . . . Non-Musical & Mostly Verbal & Visual Tour of Tours. Their newly minted books — If ‘n Oof & Powr Mastrs 3, respectively — will be on hand and there

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A Guided Tour Of The Empire Strikes Back With Ryder Windham

Providence Community Library welcomes Ryder Windham, author of over sixty Star Wars books, to Rochambeau Library on Saturday, May 15th. Ryder will present rare photos and illustrations related to Empire, and discuss vintage Star Wars toys, comic books, and comic strips. Ryder will also be

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Book Signing Monday

Maker of comics, Gabrielle Bell, will be appearing Monday evening at Ada Books signing her latest collection, Cecil and Jordan in New York, published by Drawn & Quarterly and reviewed by Newsarama. The eleven short stories that make up Cecil and Jordan In New York:

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“Mixed Reviews”

It is my pleasure to introduce to Dose readers a new contributor, local artist Dave Ray. You may have seen his work on the pavement at the annual street painting contest . . . where the great unwashed tended to overlook his nuanced and vaguely

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Midnight Radio Comics Episode 2.12

See that? What she’s been saying in here books. Now also when you read this term born of a virgin. Talking about the bible. We have to understand that this word…

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Midnight Radio Comics Episode 2.11

was on the ball… “The appellation Satan in Hebrew and adversary… belongs by right to the first and cruelest ‘adversary’ of all the Gods. Jehovah not in the serpent which spoke only words of sympathy and wisdom.”

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Midnight Radio Comics Episode 2.10

By the way the Egyptian heiroglyph for woman was, guess what? The serpent. Then Madame Helena Blavatsky in the Theosophical Society said something. She

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Midnight Radio Comics Episode 2.9

of a word called heraduli sacred or Beloved One. And Jesus was meant to be the immaculate child. What’s this connection? Again we find in the Bible