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Goodbye Gord Downie 1964-2017

https://twitter.com/JeffLemire/status/920666917311881216 Gord Downie, the lead singer of The Tragically Hip, passed away on Wednesday, October 18th. Downie had an aggressive and incurable form of brain...

2017 Joe Shuster Award winners include Lemire, Cho, and Paquette

The annual Joe Shuster Award winners,  honoring the best in Canadian comics, were announced over the weekend, in conjunction with Fan Expo Canada I'm...

Review – Loneliness in the North in Jon Iñaki’s Yukon Ghost

The Canadian North is a vast, cold and isolated places at times. It can be a tough place for the soul, it seems to...

2017 Joe Shuster Award nominees announced

  Oh dang I forgot the Canadian branch of comics awards, the Doug Wrights and the Joe Shusters, the latter of which just announced their...

01/07/2017: Canada 150 Special: Small Press & Indie Comics

  -- § For this monthly "Small Press & Indie Comics Galore", we'll focus more than usual on Canadian content to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary! My...

The TCAF Interviews – Michel Hellman on the Challenge of the...

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is one of the most influential and important comic book event in North America. It's mission is to "promote...

A year of free comics – Kate Beaton’s Holiday Comics 2016

Kate Beaton is a Canadian national treasure. Her art is always lovely, her sense of humour refreshing and clever. Beaton offers us her holiday...

Review – Pow Pow Triple Review : Earthbound, Going Under &...

I’ve recently had the chance to interview Luc Bossé, the founder and editor of Montreal’s Pow Pow Press, about their work and their upcoming...

2016 Joe Shuster Award winners announced: Lemire, Skroce, Tamaki and more

The winners of the 2016 Joe Shuster Awards were announced last night at the Forest City Comic Con in London, ON. The awards are presented...

Interview: Luc Bossé of Pow Pow Press on moving to English...

Luc Bossé is a cartoonist and graphic designer from Montreal and founder and editor of Pow Pow Press, a French Canadian graphic novel publishers. In 2015, Luc launched a crowdfunding campaign to translate four books and begin publication in English. I’ve spoken with Luc about his career, colour printing, where Pow Pow Press is going and about the difficulties in moving from the French to the English distribution models.