• 2015 Ignatz Award Nominees

    2015 Ignatz Award Nominees0

    If the Eisner Awards are akin to the Academy Awards of the comics world, then the Ignatz Awards, presented at the annual Small Press Expo, is akin to the Sundance Film Festival. You’ll see some of the same professionals you see in mainstream comics (and many you haven’t…yet), but these projects are different. They’re innovative. Personal.

  • Lion Forge and Their Girl-Friendly Comics, Debut on ComiXology

    Lion Forge and Their Girl-Friendly Comics, Debut on ComiXology0

    comiXology appears to be on a roll. Since June, they’ve added five publishers to the mix: Marvel, Dark Horse, Kids Can Press, DC Thomson, and now Lion Force Comics. comiXology has announced a digital distribution agreement with Lion Forge Comics, a digital-first comics publisher known for its growing library of action/adventure, sci-fi, superhero, and children’s titles. Intriguingly, the relatively new

  • Kids Can Press Comes to Comixology

    Kids Can Press Comes to Comixology1

    Kids Can Press, is the largest Canadian-owned children’s book publisher, with over 700 books in print. They’re the people who brought us Scaredy Squirrel, Franklin the Turtle and other international favourites. In 40 years they’ve published a wide range of picture books, non fiction and fiction for young readers, including a number of graphic novels.

  • Women In Comics Score Big at the 2015 Eisner Awards

    Women In Comics Score Big at the 2015 Eisner Awards0

    • July 11, 2015

    Ladies, ladies, ladies! The 2015 Eisner winners included nods to so many women and titles with strong female characters.

  • #WeWantWidow


    • June 12, 2015

    If you’ve ever strolled through an aisle of toys looking for Avengers merch, you might have noticed something odd: the lack of Black Widow merchandise among the sea of Marvel toys. It’s certainly something the internet has noticed, not just for Natasha, but MCU women in general. Last year, with the news that Guardians of

  • Fat Hate at Lilly P: When Cartooning is Used For Evil

    Fat Hate at Lilly P: When Cartooning is Used For Evil0

    Lilly Pulitzer! Not usually our bailiwick. An American clothing brand for the modern-day Jackie O throwback, if Jackie were more of a follower and went for ditsy prints instead of block colour. But they’ve gone and brought cartooning into their PR yard, and they’ve used it for evil, and that makes it our business, awrite?