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Cartoon Museum calls for protest placards to be shared to accompany V for Vendetta exhibition

The Cartoon Museum’s latest exhibition V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask (until 31 October 2021) examines the cultural impact of the seminal graphi

- The Cartoon Museum’s latest exhibition V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask (until 31 October 2021) examines the cultural impact of the seminal graphic novel and hit film.As part of its exciting, major new exhibition that steps inside the story and characters of one of the world’s most iconic graphic novels, The Cartoon Museum in London’s Fitzrovia is creating an accompanying digital display of banners, placards, flags and other expressions of rebellion in the real world.org “Protest and free expression of our opinions are fundamental human rights and at its heart, V for Vendetta is a story of standing up for what you believe in,” says Joe Sullivan, Director of The Cartoon Museum, adding: “However, the main character V’s methods are harmful, totally illegal and, thankfully, fictional., The Cartoon Museum is displaying three original V for Vendetta covers from the initial run in Warrior magazine.

Now, as a new feature of the show, the Museum is inviting members of the public to share their own protest paraphernalia for an online exhibition.The online exhibition can be seen at www.

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