Comics Workbook review Noel Freibert’s weird whistle past and through and below a graveyard Old Ground.
“What’s so special about comics? If someone asked me that, I’d point directly to Old Ground by Noel Freibert.” — Sam Ombiri, Comics Workbook, 14 February 2018
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The Toronto Comic Arts Festival have announced their initial round of North American featured guests and Michael Comeau, who is debuting the sci-fi fumetti epic Winter’s Cosmos; Michael DeForge, who is debuting an outstanding collection of outré A Western World; and Fiona Smyth, who is debuting her career spanning collection of ground-breaking comics Somnambulance, and also designed the poster above, and also also will have an art show with the aforementioned Comeau (he really does know everyone) at The Beguiling! More details on the TCAF site here!
“The drawings are masterful in their simultaneous expression of thought, emotion, and material reality and are often unaccompanied by words for pages on end. Their quiet tone made me linger with them, sitting with each panel individually just as the protagonist sits with her thoughts.” — Eleanor Pritchett, The Paris Review
Check out the whole list here!
CBC Books highlights 12 Canadian comics to watch in the first half of 2018 and Michael Comeau’s Winter’s Cosmos, Fiona Smyth’s Somanambulance, Michael DeForge’s A Western World, and Jessica Campbell’s XTC69 are highlighted! Check out the whole list here!
Koyama Press is very proud to support a new project by Chloë Lum and Yannick Desranleau, entitled What Do Stones Smell Like In The Forest? I have been a huge fan of their work as Séripop and am excited to follow their multi-disciplinary work. More information to come as the project proceeds. Check out their work here!