Release date: 24 October 2018
Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Toronto-based Chapterhouse Comics is a fairly new company in the comic book publishing game, but they are taking full initiative with what they want to do. And that is bring homegrown Canadian comic books to the world. They’ve begun with Captain Canuck and Northguard, which had already existed and were published independently for decades, and has continued with new modern heroes like The Pitiful Human Lizard and Die Kitty Die! Comic book publishing isn’t an easy thing these days, but Chapterhouse has some star power behind them. Namely in the form of their Chief Creative Officer, Hollywood actor Jay Baruchel (and my fellow Montrealer), star of Tropic Thunder, This Is The End and Disney’s The Sorceror’s Apprentice. Jay is not only the CCO, he is also the writer of Captain Canuck: Year One, a new series that reboots Comely’s unapologetically (for a change) Canadian superhero from the ground up and for a new audience. Read more...
Published in Interviews
Sunday, 28 June 2015 17:55
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court made a huge leap towards equality for LGBT couples and declared same sex marriage legal in all states nationwide. This is a big deal for many and a fresh, new step forward for civil rights in the United States! Comics have for quite some time been a very strong leader in terms of presenting strong and believable LGBT characters. As far back as I could remember they have been represented in some way (even with some thick headed and ridiculous restrictions in place by the Comics Code Authority). Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 13:03
MJ | I enjoyed reading all ages comics last week so much that I had to do it again! I take a look at Kaboom! again, this week it's their Adventure Time #5. “What to put it up against?” I asked myself. “Why not put the new kids against the old favorites, Archie and the Gang?" And the next great Title Fight was born. Do the wacky shenanigans of a boy and his magical dog stand a snowball’s chance against the crew that brought us the song “Sugar, Sugar”? Let’s do this thing! Annnnd What’s New With You? Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews