Category Archives: SketchKrieg

The Great Drakes in the new issue of The Pitiful Human-Lizard

Good friend Jason Loo has been outshining me for years in the world of comics. He’s an extremely talented comics artist, a nice fellow, and most importantly – probably the hardest working comics guy I know. Years ago, he, myself, and about a half-dozen other Toronto illustrators were part of a comics collective called SketchKrieg! [...]

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Write Club results, StripArt Video

It’s been a busy few weeks, so I have something of a backlog of material to post. That material also includes some audiovisual material.
Firstly, I am thrilled to report that I won my bout at the first-ever Write Club Toronto event. DOOM author Natalie Zina Walschots was an extremely worth opponent, but my ‘Analog’ story [...]

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Artistic Crisis!

The other week I attended Fan Expo Canada, and while I sat on a great panel about writing the supernatural for young readers with Kelley Armstrong and Max Turner, then signed at my publisher, ECW’s, booth, it was the first year I wasn’t sitting behind a table (or ‘tabling’) at Fan Expo.
For the past ten [...]

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Last weekend was the annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival, and what a weekend it was! For the uninitiated, TCAF is a free celebration of comics and graphic novels and their creators, which culminates in a two-day exhibition and vendor fair featuring hundreds of comics creators from around the world, held at Toronto Reference Library in [...]

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