Jason Truong’s Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) 2010 Report Advertisements
Jeffery Klaehn had a chance to ask John Byrne about his early work, specifically Charlton’s Doomsday+1, later reprinted by Fantagraphics as the Doomsday Squad.
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Chelsea Novak has posted her analysis of the 2010 Webcomic Creator/Creative Team nominees over at Geist.com
Members of the Awards Association spent two enjoyable days at the Toronto Reference Library checking out the now annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival. Associate Director Robert Haines, Publisher Liaison Allison Covey, Associate Member Jason Truong and myself, plus many members of the Association’s past and present Nominating Committees and Juries were milling about, as well… Read More TCAF 2010 – over and out!
TOM GRUMMETT, artist, has been a mainstay of the industry since the late 80s, and is best known for his work on such DC Comics titles as Superman (participating in the Death of Superman storyline of the early 1990’s), was the co-creator of the modern Superboy and worked on many other titles such as Robin,… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine by Tom Grummett
KEN STEACY is a Canadian Air Force brat who decided at age eleven to become a professional comic book artist and has gone on to become one of Canada’s leading comic artists with a career spanning over thirty years. He graduated at the Ontario College of Art in the mid-1970s where he studied Photo/Electric Arts… Read More Visions of an Icon: Wolverine print with sketch by Ken Steacy