Newsarama talks to Andy Belanger about his new webcomic for Zuda: Andy B.’s Bottle of Awesome.
To read the list of 2009 Harvey Award Nominees visit Newsarama. Canadians nominated include: – Lar deSouza for Least I Could Do (Best Cartoonist) – Jeff Lemire for Essex County Vol. 3: The Country Nurse (Best Graphic Album – Original) – Mariko and Jillian Tamaki for Skim (Best Graphic Album – Original) – Pia Guerra… Read More Harvey Award Nominees – Canucks: De Souza, Lemire, Tamakis, Guerra, D+Q & More
Jeff Lemire informs us, via his blog: Due to a mix up The Nobody will ship a week late and will now be in bookstores July 7 and Comic Book Stores July 8. I will however be signing at Comics And More at Danforth and Greenwood (steps from the Greenwood subway stop) in Toronto THURSDAY… Read More The Nobody ship date delayed one week
Thanks to Sequential Spiltink for drawing attention to The Fabler Blog. Founded by Bruno Steppuhn, a tech entrepreneur in Calgary, The Fabler Blog has featured a number of creator and retailer interviews conducted by Kevin de Vlaming. Past reviews include Jeff Lemire, Fiona Staples, Troy Little, Jay Bardyla (of Happy Harbor Comics), Gareth Gaudin (Legends… Read More The Fabler Blog
Over at Rich Johnston’s Bleeding Cool website, AV has provided a free download of Dave Sim’s first three issues of Glamourpuss. Nominated for a 2009 Joe Shuster Award for Best Cartoonist for issues 1-4 and Judenhass, Dave Sim‘s Glamourpuss is a chronicle of the artist’s journey through the world of photorealist cartoon strips (and the… Read More Read Glamourpuss 1-3 for free…
*Note* For Canadians, comic books will be released on Thursday July 2nd, 2009, rather than the traditional Wednesday release date. For non-Canadian readers of this website, these are July 1st, 2009 Releases featuring Canadian Creators. *Note 2* Due to a shipping error, Jeff Lemire’s The Nobody will be released July 8th, 2009, instead of this… Read More July 2nd, 2009 Releases featuring Canadian Creators
New York, NY (June 24, 2009) – Gareb Shamus, CEO of New York based Wizard Entertainment, announces today that he has purchased the Toronto Comicon, a show that has been consistently awarded The Best International Comic Book Convention (non-USA) by ComicBookConventions.com, for the last 5 years. (Editor’s note: the Paradise con won the award for… Read More Wizard’s Gareb Shamus buys Paradise’s Toronto Comicon