Pleece Brothers signing Montague Terrace at Forbidden Planet tomorrow!

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We’ll be signing copies of Montague Terrace tomorrow evening, Friday 12th at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JR from 6-7 p.m.

Come and get your own personal defacement! Oh, and we’ll sign your book too…

Pleece Brothers signing Montague Terrace at Forbidden Planet 12th April

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We’ll be signing copies of our new “completely demented” (The Observer) graphic novel, Montague Terrace, published by Jonathan Cape, at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JR on Friday the 12th of April from 6-7 pm

Join the hordes!

Great Unwashed in Forbidden Planet Top 3 Graphic Novels List of 2012

Ever on the ball with things pertaining to our own neglected publications, we’ve only just come across this post by nice guy in comics, Kenny Penman, for the Forbidden Planet Blog, where he’s placed our book The Great Unwashed at number 3 in his best graphic novels of 2012, just behind the immense Building Stories by Chris Ware and equally superb Love and Rockets, New Stories 5, by Los Bros Hernandez. To say we’re honoured and chuffed at this doesn’t really cut the (Pat) mustard, but we are and hopefully this kind of praise and recognition will eventually help get our book out further to the gasping public, craving for tales of paranoid pirates, terrible teenage poets, kitchen-sink-marmalade-on-cheap-sliced-white drama and dysfunctional American dynasties!

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Warren signing Nelson @ Forbidden Planet, Thursday 24

I’ll be signing copies the excellent new book, Nelson at Forbidden Planet, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR tomorrow, Thursday 24 from 6-7pm. For anyone that doesn’t know by now (where have you been?!?), Nelson is the brand new book edited by Rob Davis and Woodrow Phoenix, featuring over 50 artists telling the story of Nel, from birth to the present day, published by the excellent Blank Slate Books.

There’s a whole host of great artists (too numerous and great to list here) and, er, me, as well as great storytelling and all profits from the first 4000 books sold are going to the homeless charity, Shelter.

It’s had really good reviews from The Guardian and The Observer and is now on sale through the Blank Slate site and at all good comic and book shops.

There’s a load of events lined up to launch the book this week, details here, including a celebratory do at Gosh comics in London, on Friday night from 6. See you, who (?), there?