Orbital hosted “For the love of” exhibition from April 16th -30th, 2010. Presented by Fitzrovia Noir, the show brought together artists working within London’s contemporary art scene to offer up their interpretations of beloved Superheroes and Villains.
On April 1st several of the creators of the new graphic novel Forty-Five, including Andi Ewington, Frazer Irving, Rufus Dayglo, Steve Sampson, Seb Antoniou, Andi Tong and Eddie Deightonconvened at Orbital Comics to sign copies of the book.
From 21-27 March 2010, Orbital exhibited “Monstrous Affairs”, an irreverent and tongue-in-cheek mixture of fantasy and real-life artwork by Nancy Farmer. Well-known in Somerset, Nancy has exhibited and sold paintings both nationally and internationally, but this was the first time…
Coinciding with the last day of Nancy Farmer’s exhibition, Sunday 27th March, author / artist Luke Cooper appeared at Orbital Comics, to sign copies of his graphic novel “A Glimpse Of Hell – The Dark Gospel”, containing stories published in…
Orbital Comics Gallery is proud to have presented British comics legend, Arthur Ranson‘s premiere exhibition, showing art spanning throughout his prolific career. The show was on from 14 January- 28 February, 2010.
From December 15th to January 13th, Orbital Comics Gallery hosted an exhibition of original art from British comics legend and founder of Deadline Magazine, Brett Ewins.
Fables cover artist, João Ruas, was signing at Orbital Comics on the 17th of December 2009 from 5-6pm.
From December 1st to 13th, Orbital Comics Gallery hosted an exhibition of postcards doodled, scribbled and drawn on by the best artists, performers, writers, actors, and musicians with connections to the Comic Book and Sci-Fi universe depicting their favourite hero,…
Orbital Comics Gallery hosted an exhibition of various artists’ contributions to the Solipsistic Pop comics anthology from 23-30 November 2009.