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Toronto Comic Arts Festival Signing Schedule!

Posted by on Mar 15, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Toronto Comic Arts Festival Signing Schedule!

The poster’s been unveiled, the special guests have been announced, and the debuts have been revealed in all their glory: it’s time to start planning for the Toronto Comic Arts Festival! We’re excited to announce that two of our artists, Aimee de Jongh (TAXI) and Daria Bogdanska (Wage Slaves) will be attending as featured guests, and we’ll be debuting five new graphic novels:   Aurora Borealice by Joan Steacy Chicken Rising by D Boyd Meat and Bone by Kat Verhoeven TAXI by Aimee de Jongh Wage Slaves by Daria...

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Under the Surface with Kat Verhoeven

Posted by on Mar 14, 2019 in Under the Surface | 0 comments

Under the Surface with Kat Verhoeven

In this instalment of Under the Surface, we talk with Kat about her process, her favourite characters, the importance of endings, and much, much more. Read on!

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Going to Print: Plummet by Sherwin Tjia

Posted by on Feb 14, 2019 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Plummet by Sherwin Tjia

In October 2019, we'll be releasing Plummet, an astonishing new graphic novel by Sherwin Tjia, creator of The Hipless Boy, Serial Villain, and You Are a Cat.

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Plummet

Posted by on Feb 14, 2019 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Plummet

Take the plunge into a high-flying and hypnotic blend of heaven, hell, and high water.

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Going to Print: Dakwäkãda Warriors by Cole Pauls

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Dakwäkãda Warriors by Cole Pauls

In November 2019, we’ll be publishing Cole Pauls’ debut graphic novel, Dakwäkãda Warriors.

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Dakwäkãda Warriors

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Dakwäkãda Warriors

Driven by a desire to help revitalize the language of Southern Tutchone, Pauls created Dakwäkãda Warriors, a bilingual comic about two earth protectors saving the world from evil pioneers and cyborg sasquatches.

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Going to Print: Taxi by Aimée de Jongh

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Taxi by Aimée de Jongh

Aimée de Jongh, one of the brightest new talents in Europe, creates her first autobiographical work, focusing on taxi rides from four cities: Los Angeles, Paris, Jakarta, and Washington, DC.

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Taxi: Stories from the Back Seat

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Taxi: Stories from the Back Seat

Aimée de Jongh, one of the brightest new talents in Europe, creates her first autobiographic work, focusing on taxi rides from four cities: Los Angeles, Paris, Jakarta, and Washington, DC.

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Time Travelling With Cartoonists (Holiday Edition)

Posted by on Dec 11, 2018 in Time Travelling with Cartoonists | 0 comments

Time Travelling With Cartoonists (Holiday Edition)

Welcome to the first edition of Time Travelling with Cartoonists! In this new series, we'll talk to Conundrum artists about their younger years.

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Under the Surface with Ariane Dénommé

Posted by on Nov 7, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Under the Surface with Ariane Dénommé

In a recent review, Maisonneuve described Ariane Dénommé’s 100 Days in Uranium City as, “A colourless world laden with the miners’ unvoiced desires. But the chiaroscuro also creates a luminous beauty: a lamppost shining on snow on a barren street, or a starry night sky.” If you haven’t already read 100 Days in Uranium City, you’re missing out on an important piece of work. The graphic novel shines a light on the kind of life that remains invisible to many Canadians–the quiet isolation of...

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