If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, be sure to drop by the Gladstone Hotel for Canzine 2009. I (Robert Haines) will be there touching base with a whole bunch of creators and checking out their new comics/comix/zines. Most of these creators will be eligible for the 2010 Gene Day award so if… Read More Canzine – November 1st & the 2010 Gene Day Award
For immediate release: Broken Pencil Magazine presents… Canzine Canada’s Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture Sunday, November 1, 2009 1pm-7pm The Gladstone Hotel – Downtown Toronto, 1214 Queen St. West (Queen just East of Dufferin) $5 admission comes with a free copy of the Fall issue of Broken Pencil Magazine – issue 45… Read More Happenings: Canzine – Sunday, November 1st, 2009
Comic Book Daily has posted an interview with Darwyn Cooke: We caught up with Darwyn at Art Originals’ exhibit showcasing his art from the last 20 years. The exhibit, titled Noir and Beyond: The Darwyn Cooke Exhibition was held at the very swanky Gladstone Hotel in Downtown Toronto.When we asked Sean Menard (one of the… Read More Interviews: Darwyn Cooke at Comic Book Daily
Troy Little writes: Hey gang, the ANGORA NAPKIN pilot cartoon is now online for ONE WEEK ONLY!!!! With your help and heaps of good feedback on the Teletoon site we hope to bring this show to full series! We hope you enjoy the show! Pimp this show to your friends and get them in on… Read More Angora Napkin cartoon preview – Teletoon Online – 1 week only!
Launching in April 2010, The relaunch of the Flash ongoing series is already looking to be one of the biggest releases on DC Comics schedule for next year. Written by Geoff Johns, the book will spotlight the two current Flashes in the DCU — Barry Allen in the lead feature with art by Francis Manapul,… Read More Interviews: Francis Manapul at CBR “Tour De (Speed) Force”
Shary Boyle is a multimedia artist whose work includes drawing, painting, sculpture and performance. Constantly traveling, she has set up temporary studios across North America and Europe, working and exhibiting in Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Nova Scotia, Vancouver and the Yukon. Born in Scarborough, Ontario she is now based in Toronto. Her… Read More Graphic Novelist Selected as Finalist for Top Canadian Art Award
Coming up this weekend is the Central Canada Comic Con formerly known as the Manitoba Comic Con. It takes place at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. The show claims to be Canada’s largest show of it’s type outside of Toronto (and that lumps in a bunch of different events) and says that last year the show… Read More Happenings: Central Canada Comic Con (Winnipeg, MB) – Oct.31-Nov.1