The ICA in London will be having a look at the work of graphic novelists on Friday June 15th. In Exit Wounds, Rutu Modan of Tel Aviv collective Actus unfolds the traumas of an Israeli son whose father may have been the victim of a suicide bombing; a dream-logic fills Polish-born Andrzej Klimowski's imagery in new book Horace Dorlan; Philip Marlowe and Dan Dare are re-imagined by British designer Rian Hughes in Yesterday's Tomorrows. This is a Comica event, supported by Faber, Jonathan Cape and Knockabout. It will start off at 7pm in the Nash room. For more details, and to book your place online, please visit the ICA webpage.