Spider-fans have a lot of goodies coming their way over the next few months. Amazing Spider-Man relaunches with a new number 1, the second Andrew Garfield film opens up next week, and a new event will pit (almost) every Spider-Man…
Long time readers are aware that I am pretty big proponent of digital comics. Not as a replacement for the physical paper copies, but rather as an additional option for enjoying the medium. Today at C2E2, I had a chance…
Hailed as one of the greatest visions of Batman outside of print, Bruce Timm's Batman: The Animated Series gave us a definitive take on the caped crusader. Now Timm applies his talents to a new two minute short that appeared on The Cartoon Network Wednesday. Enjoy.
I was set up at ComiCon this year and so I thought I'd share with everyone what I sold over the 3 days. I know some people are curious and this insight might help them decide if they would like to set up themselves.
Toronto ComiCon is done for another year. The vendors have packed up and headed home. Convention goers are busy reading those comics they found, or setting up those brand new action figures. And everybody is planning for Fan Expo in August.
I was able to attend the ComiCon on Saturday only. Unfortunately my schedule didn't allow for me to be there the other two days. But I think I was able to get good insight on the show, even with just attending that one day.
I attended the 2014 Toronto Comicon on Friday, the first of its three days. Being a few hours away from Toronto I could only afford the time and cost to attend one day of the show, as our intrepid reporters Ed Campbell and Stanley Jon received the CBD press passes.
Panelists: Fadi Hakim, Richard Comely, Paul Gardner, Dean Henry, Mike Valiquette, Kalman Andrasofszky, George Zotti.
The panel started with a viewing of the Captain Canuck web-series in its entirety. The web-series is an animated adventure that introduces (or re-familiarizes) Canada with their very own hero Captain Canuck. You can catch the series on the Captain Canuck website.
For those of you who are true fans of Canadian comics, including all WECA Canadian Whites diehards, then Lost Heroes is for you. This film about Canadian comics premieres 7 PM Friday February 28th at The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 1B4.