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Toronto's premier comics festival announces which cartoonists will grace the city in early May.
At his lecture on Monday, Art Spiegelman traced the graphic history of free speech from Mad Magazine to the Charlie Hebdo slayings.
The con is becoming blandly efficient and the merchandise largely predictable—but the fans still bring the spirit.
For less than $50, you can bring home an armload of quality comics from the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
The AGO will bring an exhibition of acclaimed cartoonist Art Spiegelman to its walls in December.
Local troublemaker Chip Zdarsky talks super powers, bank robbing, orgasms, and comics.
According to Apple, Sex Criminals #2, by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky, is too "objectionable" for your iPad.
Fan Expo, Toronto's biggest nerd celebration, is over for the year. Here's how it went.
Nominated for: supporting independent graphic arts for 25 years.
On the journey from mere comics geek to bona fide comics king.
Why this year's Fan Expo was surprisingly romantic.
A Toronto artist's graphic novel chronicles her time in a local schizophrenia ward.
If you've always wondered but never been, here's your introduction to the annual indie comics fest.
Silver Snail comics, a long-time Queen Street fixture, has found a new home in a new neighbourhood.
There were no surly, Simpsons-esque Comic Book Guys to be found at the opening of the Comic Book Lounge & Gallery.
A beloved comic-book store is closing after almost 34 years in business.
From our archives, the wild and wonderful comic series by Rosemary Mosco, in its entirety.
In ink or in pixels, on the sea or in the air, as a lady or as an elder, this exhibit shows there are endless ways to represent the beloved comic character.