2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Jennifer Haines

Tell us about yourself – a brief bio/intro. I opened The Dragon in 1998, drawing on my love of the hobby and my experience in the industry. Since then, I’ve gone on to obtain my Master’s degree in Classical Studies and my Bachelor of Education, which I used to teach for 7 years at The… Read More 2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Jennifer Haines

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Happy Holidays

Two more days before Christmas, have you finished all of your Christmas shopping yet? I haven’t! I started wrapping some things this morning, so hopefully I’ll finish up all of the many little pre-Christmas errands tonight after work or early tomorrow morning before I start driving all around the GTA to various family events. *… Read More Happy Holidays

2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Scott Chantler

Tell us about yourself – a brief bio/intro. I’m the cartoonist of the graphic novels TWO GENERALS, NORTHWEST PASSAGE, and the THREE THIEVES series, and a commercial illustrator whose clients have included McDonald’s, Reebok, Macy’s, Rogers, The New York Daily News, The National Post, The Toronto Star, and Maclean’s. When I’m not doing either of… Read More 2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Scott Chantler

2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Anthony Del Col

Tell us about yourself – a brief bio/intro. I am the co-creator and co-writer of IDW Publishing’s Kill Shakespeare, an adventure series that mashes up the Bard’s greatest heroes and villains. The Shuster- and Harvey Award nominated-series has received a great deal of critical acclaim and profiles in the New York Times, Washington Post, Colbert… Read More 2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Anthony Del Col

2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Jim Zub

Jim Zub is the Canadian-based co-creator and writer of Image Comics’ Skullkickers, an action-comedy fantasy series about two monster mashing mercenaries. He’s also the creator and writer of UDON Comics’ upcoming graphic novel Makeshift Miracle, currently serializing online at http://www.makeshiftmiracle.com. When not writing comics he helps manage projects at UDON and teaches animation-related courses at… Read More 2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Jim Zub

2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Paul Bordeleau

Originaire de Grande-Rivière, Gaspésie, Paul Bordeleau vit et travaille à Lac-Delage près de Québec. Illustrateur-pigiste depuis 1988, il est illustrateur-éditorialiste pour l’hebdomadaire VOIR (Québec) de 1992 à 2004 et pour le journal LA PRESSE (Montréal), de 2001 à 2002. Parmi ses premières publications BD, figure l’album « Rituel » mettant en vedette Victor Météore, autopublié… Read More 2011 Canadian Comics Wrap Survey: Paul Bordeleau