John Seven reviews ‘Aurora Borealice’ and ‘Nhun the Huntress’
Who won the Pulitzer? Who will win the Reuben? What about those Doug Wright Awards?
John Seven reviews ‘Chicken Rising’ and ‘The Consumptive #4’
John Seven reviews ‘Christie Pits’
You can go find all the horror comics currently being published and line them up with The Vagabond Valise and probably not find one that is anywhere equal in the level of disturbance lobbed at the reader by Quebecois cartoonist Siris. Not that this book is a horror comic at all. Instead, it’s an autobiography […]
This year’s winner in the Joe Shuster Awards, honoring the best in Canadian comics, have just been announced. You can see the whole list with bios here, and a lot more information about the colorful panoply of Canadian Comics History but the winners are below: Writer / Scénariste JIM ZUB – AVENGERS 1.MU, SECRET EMPIRE UNITED 1, THUNDERBOLTS […]
Where She Walks: A Canadian urban fantasy comic that’s almost there
I’m in Toronto for TCAF and I’m trapped in a hotel room with bags and bags of maple bacon potato chips. Oh, Canada! Yesterday it was the Librarian-Educator Conference, and Word Balloon Academy and you can actually listen to my deeds and those of Brigid Alvelson, Deb Aoki, Erica Friedman and Johanna Draper Carlson […]
The best in Canadian comics 2018 edition is saluted by these annual awards.
If you are Canadian and like comics, Montreal-based Drawn & Quarterly is offering an exciting new program: a paid publishing fellowship that will focus on all facets of the book business: editorial; production and design; marketing and sales; and retail. You can read all the details (and necessary qualifications) at the D&Q blog but here’s a […]