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The new comic magazine, tailored to adults, is set to launch its first issue at the Townhouse’s Rawabet Theatre

Ahram Online , Sunday 16 Aug 2015
Garage Comics Magazine Promo
Still from Garage promo
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The latest from Kawkab El-Rasameen, a project run by twin brothers Haitham and Mohamed Raafat El-Seht, comes Garage, a collective comic magazine launching its first issue at Rawabet Theatre.

The brothers started Kawkab El-Rasameen in an effort to bring together amateur and professional artists and help organise and launch projects.

Garage’s main audience is adults and will include works by Ahmed Tawfiq, Haitham Raafat El-Seht, Mohammed Abdel-Aziz, Mohamed Wahba Elshenawy, Karim Mohamed Nowar, Farid Nagy Nasry and Islam El-Shimy.

Garage Comics Magazine Promo

Programme: 
Wednesday 28 August, 7pm
Rawabet Theatre, 3 Hussein Al-Meamar Street, Cairo, Egypt


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