If I have missed any works by Canadian Comic Book Creators, please leave a comment, or send me an email at email@example.com American Vampire #1 DC/Vertigo US$3.99 Colours by Dave McCaig. Avengers vs. Atlas #3 Marvel US$3.99 Artwork by Leonard Kirk. Colours by Brad Anderson. Doomwar #2 Marvel US$3.99 Colours by Jean-Francois Beaulieu. Preview at… Read More March 17th, 2010 Releases featuring Canadian Creators
Sorry, no biographical information is available on Nemanja Filipovic at this time. ——————————————— The piece shown above one of over 40 original art pieces featuring Wolverine donated to the Joe Shuster Awards for the Visions of an Icon Art Show and Sale by Canadian artists. The pieces were exhibited twice in 2009 – at the… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Nemanja Filipovic
Shane Kirshenblatt is a comic book writer, artist, freelance illustrator and painter who has done extensive work on Jack Lake Productions’ Classics Illustrated and Classics Junior Illustrated books. He is also the creator, writer and illustrator of the internationally published Dorothy Gale: Journey to Oz (Jack Lake Productions/ Freefall Entertainment) graphic novel series. Shane has… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Shane Kirshenblatt
Paul Limgenco is the resident watercolor/gouache artist for Spent Pencils Studios. He joined the studio in 2008. He prefers to work with traditional media rather than digital. His creative background includes working on concept art for video games and book cover painting. ——————————————— The pieces shown above are original paintings, two of the over 40… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine(s) by Paul Limgenco
Chris Mautner at Comic Book Resources talked to cartoonist Graham Annable about the upcoming release of “The Book of Grickle” from Dark Horse Comics. Q. What’s the significance of “Grickle” anyway? Does it mean anything in particular? A. Grickle is a nickname, amongst a billion nicknames, that my father used for me as a kid.… Read More Interview with Graham Annable – what is a Grickle?
On his cover for Batman #700 (one of three milestone issues shipping in June 2010 from DC*), David Finch says: Batman is such an iconic character and I’ve been a huge fan for so long that it was a surreal and amazing experience to draw him officially for the first time. I really have to… Read More June 2010: Batman #700 cover by David Finch
Francis Manapul is a comic book artist living in Toronto, Canada currently working for DC comics. His list of credits include Adventure Comics, Superman/Batman, Legion of Super-Heroes and the upcoming relaunch of The Flash. In the past he’s worked on titles like Iron and the Maiden, Necromancer, Sept Guerrieres, Tomb Raider, Darkness, G.I Joe and… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine and Witchblade by Francis Manapul
Returning as Master of Ceremonies in 2010 is Jonathan Llyr. Jonathan Llyr is one of the most recognizable geeks in Canada today. As host of the nationally broadcast SPACE Channel’s SPACEY AWARDS for their first five years, Jon earned the respect of Hardcore Nerds everywhere when, over the years, Richard Dean Anderson had him ‘thrown… Read More 2010 JSA Master of Ceremonies: Jonathan Llyr Returns
The Joe Shuster Canadian Comic Book Creator Awards will once again be presented at the University of Toronto’s Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue in Toronto, Ontario. The 6th Annual JSA ceremony will take place on the evening of Saturday, June 5, 2010.
Jeffery Klaehn has posted an excellent interview with the great Paul Rivoche over on his Pop web-blog.
Thanks to Danny Truong for donating this great piece to the auctions! It’s massive – almost 22″ x 34″. Djief Bergeron worked for many years in the fields of 2D-3D animation and video game design. In those years he designed environments and characters for platforms and online games. In 2005, he joined Grafiksismik Studio as… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Djief Bergeron
TCW Upcoming Comics News and Events Part of the mandate of the Toronto Cartoonists Workshop is to keep students informed and involved with comics events and happenings in and around the GTA. Please find below some upcoming items we recommend. First of all I want to thank everyone who came out to the Guy Davis… Read More Toronto Cartoonists Workshop March Update
Marvin Law – http://marvin000.deviantart.com/gallery/ – is an up and coming comic book artist, based out of Toronto, Ontario (Canada); where he was also born and raised. Marvin is a successful illustrator/designer working on projects ranging from Image Comics (Pact#2), Tokyopop (pin up in Blank Vol. 1), Beach Studios (pin up in Storm Hawks#1) to designing… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Marvin Law
Daniel Kim (born 1983 , in Toronto) is the artist and writer behind the Clone Manga collection of webcomics, which include April & May & June, Kanami, Nana’s Everyday Life, Paper Eleven, Penny Tribute, H.H. and Tomoyo42’s Room. Much of the content of these comics is geared towards a mature audience and, as the website’s… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Dan Kim
Born in Italy in 1969, Raffaele Ienco came to Canada at age 4 and found the wonderful world of comics. Ienco is best known for writing and drawing (coloring and lettering) “Devoid of Life” (science-fiction/horror) from Image Comics — published September 2008. The story involves a hidden planet that is discovered in our solar system… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Raffaele Ienco
J. Korim graduated from the Classical Animation Program at Sheridan College. Since then he’s worked in comic books (Neozoic for Red 5 Comics, Rotogin for Sunscript Studios), video games, animation, short films, advertising, even album covers. He’s also an experienced storyboard artist, illustrator, conceptual design, etc… “anything that requires a drawing board and whole lotta… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine and Jean Grey by J. Korim
Craig Yeung is an illustrator and works on comics. Some of the books he’s worked on are X-men, Spider-Man, Runaways, Captain Britain and MI13, X-Factor, Power of the Valkyrie and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Currently working on Mighty Avengers and S.W.O.R.D. for Marvel Comics. www.csyeung.deviantart.com. ——————————————— The piece shown above is one of over 40 pieces… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Craig Yeung
Kurt donated these two prints to the auction: Kurt Lehner is a Canadian Illustrator & Animation Artist. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, & ever since his childhood, has had an absolute passion for Comic Book & Fantasy Art. A graduate from the Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto, his career started in… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine(s) by Kurt Lehner
Comic Book Resources caught up with Kathryn Immonen to ask her some question on the upcoming Marvel mini-series event: “Heralds”.
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 Action Comics #887 DC US$3.99 Cover by Kalman Andrasofszky. Annotated Northwest Passage Trade Paperback Oni Press US$15.99 Written, Artwork and Cover Scott Chantler. Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia Trade Paperback Marvel US$34.99 Artwork by Leonard… Read More March 10th, 2010 Releases featuring Canadian Creators