Posted on Comixology: Long time Toronto, and suddenly current Montreal-based creator Ethan Rilly discusses the evolution of his book Pope Hats, which had received a Xeric Foundation Grant. Pope Hats has evolved over time; Rilly’s original self-published version was a nominee for the 2008 Doug Wright Award as Emerging Talent. Since then Rilly has repackaged… Read More Ethan Rilly talks Pope Hats
Despite a misleading header (with O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim Vol. 5 and Lemire’s The Nobody shown among other works), there’s not a single work by a Canadian on the list. The list, selected by Rachelle Goguen and Carsten Knox, includes (follow the link above for the explanations): ASTERIOS POLYP (Mazzuchelli) BATMAN & ROBIN (Morrison & Quitely)… Read More Halifax’s The Coast selects their “Best Books & Comics of 2009”: where’s the Maple?
National Post cartoonist Steve Murray has reached a deal with publisher McClelland & Stewart to publish his graphic novel history of Canada, The True North: Graphic Tales of Canada. Steve Murray, who is responsible for graphic features in the Post such as Newsmaker Fortunes and Extremely Bad Advice, will release the book in 2011. “I… Read More Steve Murray gets a book deal