If I have missed any works by Canadian Comic Book Creators, please leave a comment, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Angel: Blood And Trenches #2 – IDW US$3.99 Written, Artwork, and Covers by John Byrne. Preview at Comics Continuum. Astonishing Tales #3 – Marvel US$3.99 Artwork and Colours by Fiona Staples. Inks by… Read More April 1st, 2009 Releases featuring Canadian Creators
Source: The Pulse Earlier this week, Jennifer M. Contino of The Pulse, conducted an interview with 2006 Joe Shuster Award Winner, J. Torres. The interview also reveals that J. Torres will re-team with J. Bone for an upcoming issue of Batman: The Brave and the Bold (the two are the team behind, Alison Dare, Little… Read More J. Torres interviewed at The Pulse
Montreal-born comic book artist Bernard Chang (Wonder Woman) takes a few minutes out of his busy schedule to talk with the Lafayette Journal & Courier.
Source: Comic Book Resources Hamilton, Ontario-born, Joe Infurnari will be providing the artwork for the “Tales from the Great War” back-up story, written by Mark Waid, starting with issue #3 of Jersey Gods (which will see release on Wednesday April 1st, 2009, published by Image Comics). Mark Waid conducts an interviews with Joe Infurnari, over… Read More Joe Infurnari interviewed by Mark Waid @ CBR
Source: Comics212 Chris Butcher has announced the full line-up for Comics Festival! 2009 This book is released every two years (to coincide with the Toronto Comic Arts Festival) on Free Comic Book Day. FCBD takes place this year on Saturday May 2nd, 2009. TCAF takes place the following weekend on May 9th and 10th, 2009.… Read More Comics Festival! 2009 Line-Up
L’univers de Paul Du 3 au 29 avril prochain, à la bibliothèque Saint-Jean-Baptiste à Québec, se tiendra une exposition sur l’univers de Paul de Michel Rabagliati. À ne pas manquer! Bibliothèque Saint-Jean-Baptiste Galerie du Faubourg 755, rue Saint-Jean Québec
Comic Book Resources catches up with Canadian webcomics cartoonist Kate Beaton over her contribution to this month’s MySpace Dark Horse Presents. To visit the site directly, visit MySpace Dark Horse Presents.
Publisher’s Weekly ran an article yesterday about Canadian OEL manga creator Svetlana Chmakova, whose most recent work, Nightschool, debuts this spring. This is the first volume in a series, which will be published by Yen Press. The series will also be serialized in the hefty manga magazine Yen Plus.
Source: G4TV.com and Newsarama. Marvel revealed through the “Fresh Ink“ segment of G4TV’s Attack of the Show, that the new Runaways creative team will be Kathryn Immonen (Patsy Walker: Hellcat) as writer, Sara Pichelli (NYX: No Way Home) as the artist, and David Lafuente (upcoming Ultimate Comics Spider-Man artist) will provide the covers. For the… Read More Kathryn Immonen named new Runaways writer
Courtesy of the Winnipeg Sun, here’s a link to video clip featuring Winnipeg colourist Chris Chuckry. UPDATED: A follow-up article Artist’s pride: Spider-Man with Obama was published in the March 25 Winnipeg Sun. Writer Paul Turenne reports: Chuckry has been colouring comic books for nearly 20 years, but ranks the Obama cover among his crowning… Read More Local artist brings colour to comic books: Winnipeg’s Chris Chuckry
The English Nominating Committee has finalized their selections for the following categories: Artist, Cartoonist, Colourist and Writer. The French Nominating Committee will be submitting their selections early this week to round off the ballot. The Executive Committee is currently finalizing the Publisher, Webcomics and Cover Art nominees. The Press Release with the finalized ballot for… Read More Nominating Update
En préparation du 22e Festival de la bande dessinée francophone de Québec (FBDFQ), qui aura lieu du 15 au 19 avril 2009, les organisateurs de l’événement ont dévoilé les finalistes de ses prix Bédéis Causa 2009. Cherchant à récompenser ce qui se fait de mieux en matière de bande dessinée, ces prix sont remis depuis… Read More LES FINALISTES DES BÉDÉIS CAUSA
From the The martlett: The University of Victoria’s Independant Newspaper: What: Modern Myths and Icons: The Comic Art of Ken Steacy Where: Winchester Galleries, 2260 Oak Bay Road, Victoria BC When: now until March 28 In his 35-year career as a comic book illustrator/author, Ken Steacy never thought he would have his work displayed in… Read More Ken Steacy: Modern Myths & Icons art show in Victoria, BC until March 28
Announced publicly today on the Paradise Toronto Comicon website: 3/23/2009 Sorry it has taken so long to send you information on the 2009 Paradise Toronto Comicon. As some of you remember the only available date was the July 4th weekend. After some discussions with a number of you, it has been decided that putting a… Read More Not Happenings: Paradise Toronto Con postponed until 2010
If I have missed any works by Canadian Comic Book Creators, please leave a comment, or send me an email at email@example.com Cartoon Network Block Party #55 – DC/Johnny US$2.50 Story Written by Sam Agro. Disney/Pixar’s Incredibles: Family Matters #1 – BOOM Studios US$2.99 Artwork by Marcio Takara. Preview at Comic Book Resources. Futurama Comics… Read More March 25th, 2009 Releases featuring Canadian Creators
Toronto AnimeCON (Toronto, ON) – March 21-22, 2009 Victoria’s Ultimate Toy & Hobby Fair (Victoria, BC) – March 22, 2009 Edmonton Collectible Toy & Comic Show (Edmonton, AB) – March 29, 2009 Pop Culture Collectibles Fair (Victoria BC) – April 11, 2009 Festival de la bande dessinée francophone de Québec (FBDFQ) (Montreal, QC) – April… Read More Upcoming Conventions: March 20 – April 19, 2009
You can read it here:Mabou cartoonist’s career taking flight in Toronto by John Gills.
A National Post article by Randy Boswell reports that the FBI have revealed that the name and escape method of infamous airline hijacker D.B. Cooper may have been inspired by French Canadian comic hero Dan Cooper of the Royal Canadian Air Force: An FBI agent probing one of the bureau’s most famous cold cases —… Read More Canadian comic book character Dan Cooper may have inspired hijacker “D.B. Cooper”