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Review – Kirby, Kubrick & Cannabis Merged in One Space Epic...

A Sci-Fi comics remixing Stanley Kubrick, Jack Kirby and Cheech & Chong in an eclectic comics collection.

Review: A life unfolds through cassette tapes in ‘All the Sad...

Cassette tapes are one of those things. I don’t know if people who didn’t live decades of their life with cassette tapes as part...

Review: Karl Stevens is actually ‘The Winner’ here

The pressure to do something a little more than make a transcript of your life seems to build on autobiographical cartoonists as they get...

INTERVIEW: Box Brown Talks About Andy Kaufman’s Wrestling Fetishes and More...

Ever since his Andre the Giant and Tetris: The Games People Play, writer and artist Box Brown has become better known for his documentary-style,...

Exploring Climate Change & Migrant Detention in Sophie Yanow, Iona Fox...

What is a Glacier by Sophie Yanow, Almanac 2017, by Iona Fox & Undocumented, The Architecture of Migrant Detention* by Tings Chak. I read these three comics...

Reviews: Three thought-provoking new releases from Retrofit

Shit and Piss by Tyler Landry Imagine the comic that not only lives up to that title, but manages to do so with a poetic...

The TCAF Interviews – Alabaster Pizzo on Sequential Comics, Colours &...

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...

Review – I Thought YOU Hated ME by MariNaomi: Longevity of...

 MariNaomi’s latest comic is a fascinating story of friendship spanning decades. Published by the consistently excellent publisher Retrofit Comics, I Thought YOU Hated...

Review: Bernadou, Varela, Mendes deliver three strong works

Canopy by Karine Bernadou Bernadou’s excellent silent parable of what it’s like to be a woman out in the world follows Canopy from her childhood —...

Review: 5 comics that grabbed my attention this week

Our Mother by Luke Howard Comics has become the territory of many examinations of mental health in regard to personal history, and each manifestation of this...

Review: Leela Corman connects the emotional and intellectual dots

  Leela Corman’s work is a lot of things in We All Wish For Deadly Force. Whether using vivid, thick colors or more simple black...

Review: Aidan Koch and Paloma Dawkins look inward and far out

After Nothing Comes by Aidan Koch This collection from Koyama Press of Koch’s early mini comics speaks to what makes Koch stand out. With an...