Owney’s finally here!

or, What we have learned from our Kickstarter campaign

Batman vs. Superman!

How Dawn of Justice made me like Ben Affleck

Monday, March 28, 2016

Superman vs. Batman

So it’s out there. The long awaited Superman/Batman movie has arrived and it’s a glorious mess. Audiences love it, critics hate it and we get a Wonder Woman who’s done right and steals the show. And in the middle of it all, there’s Ben Affleck, who despite the outcry after his casting as the Dark Knight, does a very apt job in a very tricky role, anchoring the movie.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Owney’s finally here!

2014 has already been a busy year putting together the last details of our new graphic novel about Owney, the postal dog. Now, it has finally arrived! Artist David Montgomery and I come full circle in our own journey to bring to life the adventures of this much-admired pooch.

Monday, December 30, 2013

Bowie, Cronenberg and Clay Animals

A legendary musician, a venerated movie director and little ceramic figurines. All are featured in recent exhibits in Toronto that explore storytelling from different angles.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Owney Primer

As we’re getting closer to finishing the art for The Secret Around-the-World Adventures of Owney the Postal Dog, this might be a good time for a primer about the book's star, the mutt they called Owney.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Queer Comics

With wedding proposals, first kisses, lesbian heroinestrans characters coming out and Marvel and DC Comics being accused of having a gay agenda, queer characters seem to be everywhere in comics these days. But that’s nothing new for the world of comics at large. A new anthology shines the spotlight on some super non-hetero creators and stories.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

TCAF 2013

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival celebrates 10 years as the cool comics convention for creators. And it's still free!

Monday, March 11, 2013

Mônica and Superman

Brazil produces a variety of quality graphic novels, and nurtures plenty of artistic talent to export. However, visual literature has limited outlets in the country for vying against the big two who dominate the comics market in Brazil: Maurício de Souza and DC/Marvel Comics.