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Hosted by the Darebin City Council, the Home Cooked Comics Festival promotes local cartooning and comic drawing talent. The day is set to feature live music, book workshops, food stalls and a comic’s parade.

Home Cooked Comics Festival 2013 details

Creek Parade, Merri Creek, Northcote 3070

Date Sun 28 Apr 2013

Open 12.30pm - 5.30pm

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