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The New Cartoon Museum Opens This Week

 The new Cartoon Museum opens to the public on  Monday 1st July at its new home on Wells Street near Oxford Circus.   The Cartoon Museum by Sam Jacob Studio. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2019 A short walk north of busy Oxford St, a new London must see destination is preparing to open its doors. London’s […]

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Doctor Who returns to the Cartoon Museum

Doctor Who rematerialises at the Cartoon Museum in an exhibition of original cover artwork from the Target Books adaptations of the classic series. Long out of print, the Target series was extremely popular when originally published from the 1970s until the early 90s, as they were the only way that fans could revisit an episode after it had aired. This is the […]

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Cartoon Museum celebrates 10th Birthday with Great British Graphic Novel

Britain’s only dedicated cartoon museum is celebrating its 10th birthday with a joyous exhibition of The Great British Graphic Novel. From literary adaptations, modern retellings of the classics, and autobiography, to fantasy, political biographies, histories and more, the Great British Graphic novel covers every conceivable genre of storytelling, and the very best of each will be […]

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A taste of Honeysett

Martin Honeysett (1943‒2015) was one of the great joke cartoonists of the last forty years. On the first anniversary of his death an exhibition of this much missed cartoonists work has opened at The Cartoon Museum. Regarded by many as ‘the cartoonists’ cartoonist’, his cartoons ‒ filled with ‘baggy dishevelled people’, in the words of fellow […]

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Alice in Cartoonland

CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER… Alice, the White Rabbit, the Hatter and the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and the despotic Queen of Hearts were introduced to the world by Lewis Carroll in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, first published in 1865. Seven years later came a sequel, Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, with more memorable characters including […]

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