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PUBLISHED: 12:31 03 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:34 03 June 2013

Sarah Warishaully, 9 and brother Adam, 11


Children got a chance to create their own crazy comic with cartoonist James Parsons at Fullwell Cross Library.

Sarah Warishaully, 9 and brother Adam, 11 Children got a chance to create their own crazy comic with cartoonist James Parsons at Fullwell Cross Library.

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Rochelle Agard-Augustin, 8


Children got a chance to create their own crazy comic with cartoonist James Parsons at Fullwell Cross Library.Rochelle Agard-Augustin, 8 Children got a chance to create their own crazy comic with cartoonist James Parsons at Fullwell Cross Library.

Children created their very own comic books with best selling cartoonist James Parsons during Thursday afternoon.

He taught them secrets of creating a cartoons, tricks of the trade and even how to make a pair of x-ray glasses.

The Crazy Comic Club workshop was held at the Fullwell Cross Library, High Street, Barkingside for children aged over seven.

Mr Parsons began selling his work on street corners more than 10 years ago and now has his own animated web version of his characters.

He has written two graphic novels which were widely acclaimed.


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