“Chimo is an idiosyncratic, compelling and hilarious musing-in-comics that I couldn’t put down. Seemingly a quirky memoir about soldiering, it’s really a quest for survival — both basic and artistic — and a meditation on aging, family and the fight to simply try and understand oneself, all told by one of the most unpretentious cartoonists… Read More New Releases: CHIMO by David Collier
From the D+Q Blog, Peggy Burns writes: Well, I was waiting until I had my Fall 2011 list absolutely finalized but Bryan Munn of Sequential beat me to it, with announcing Seth’s Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists or The G. N. B. Double C., as he should. Oh people, I have had the pleasure… Read More Previews: Drawn & Quarterly’s Fall 2011 schedule
As reported by DC Comics’ The Source: Canadian artist Fiona Staples will be the guest artist for Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti’s JONAH HEX #66, which will be released in early April.
2010 was a big year for our friend Scott Chantler — August saw the release of the well-received Three Thieves Book 1: Tower of Treasure from Kids Can Press, while late October saw the release of the critically acclaimed Two Generals from McClelland & Stewart, and on top of all of the that the approachable… Read More Previews: Three Thieves Book Two: The Sign of the Black Rock