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Jill Nagel

Jill Nagel spends her time commuting between Hamilton and Toronto and would like to thank the TCW for all its great work. She also rants about George RR Martin and Game of Thrones on her blog http://nerdvortex.wordpress.com."

Summer Comic Book Movie Run-Down

Our first glimpse of warm weather reminds us that summer is just around the corner. April showers bring more than May flowers; they bring the start of the summer movie season. What comic book movies hit the big screen this…

Cowboys and Aliens Superbowl TV Spot

Who cares about football?  This year the Super Bowl is all about movie trailers-comic book movie trailers.   Can’t wait for the game?  The Cowboys and Aliens teaser has already made its way online.  The Science Fiction/Western was directed by Jon…

Darren Aronofsky Says ‘No Sequel for Wolverine’

In an interview with HitFix, Director Darren Aronofsky reveals two important pieces of information about his upcoming Wolverine project. 1) The official title is The Wolverine. 2) It will not be a sequel. Aronofsky refers to the film as a…

Scott Pilgrim Gets an Epic Send-Off

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World may not have been a box-office success but that didn’t stop it from getting the send-off this fan-loved film deserved.  Before arriving on DVD and Blu-ray this Tuesday November 9th, Scott Pilgrim headed back to…

Holmes Inc. Art Show Showcases New Canadian Talent

Last week, the Toronto Cartoonist Workshop opened their doors in celebration of Fit-to-Print’s first publication, Holmes Inc, and a brand new workspace. Being CBD’s TCW correspondent, I headed to the city to check out the festivities.  After a stroll down…

Creating Comics Tips 1: Perfecting Prologues

How can you get people to read your story?  It doesn’t matter if you have the most clever twist ending, the best characterization, or the prettiest artwork, if people aren’t hooked after the first couple pages they won’t care.  Your hard work…

A review of the Twilight Graphic Novel

Twilight.  Where do I begin? Stephanie Meyer’s sparkly vampire books make tweens and their moms weak in the knees.  They’ve spawned two (and counting) movies, which have grossed insane amounts of money, more merchandise than any thirteen year old girl…