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HARVEY by Herve Bouchard, Illustrated by Janice Nadeau, Translated by Helen Mixter

First ever winner of the Governor General’s Award for both text and illustration

Harvey and his little brother are playing in the slushy streets of early spring when they learn, out of the blue, that their father has died of a heart attack.

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Daredevil created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett for Marvel

Yes.  Daredevil is on Netflix.  And it’s a great show.  But Daredevil, like so many other great characters, was in print before he was on film.  288 more words


ELCAF 4th East London Comic & Arts Festival

This weekend – Saturday 20th June – Sunday 21st June

Founded in 2012, ELCAF’s aim is to introduce and celebrate both small press publications and the dynamic community of individual artists and collectives that are pushing the boundaries in comics, illustration, graphic and sequential art here in the UK and abroad.

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Graphic Novels for ESL Learners

ESL instruction is becoming more common as a part of a library’s programming. And why not? Especially since ESL classes align perfectly with the mission of promoting literacy in the community. 250 more words


The Strain Vol 1 | Guillermo Del Toro & Mike Huddleston

Goodreads Summary:

“When a Boeing 777 lands at JFK International Airport and goes dark on the runway, the Center for Disease Control, fearing a terrorist attack, calls in Dr. 399 more words

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Q & A with Joe Sparrow

Q1: How did you get the Nobrow 17 x 23 gig?

It was pretty sudden – I was tabling at ELCAF 2013 and I ended up… 926 more words


In the Library with a Comic Book: Shanower and Shutter

In this new edition of In the Library with a Comic Book, producer Donna Mettier interviews Eisner award winner Eric Shanower and Jack Baur interviews Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Luca of… 10 more words

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