Comics & Graphic Novels

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Historyonics

Edited by Jeffrey Ellis

History is full of stories. Dig deep enough and you can find revolutionaries in the Dark Ages, hopeless romantics in the Age of Reason, and tragic heroes in the Cold War. In Cloudscape's anthology of short history-themed comics, artists adapt past events that strike a chord ... Read more

Kettle Harbour

By (artist) Kyle Vingoe-Cram

A young artist reunites with her beloved cousin and his husband in the small town where they spent formative summers, unearthing pieces of the past and upending their lives.

In this debut graphic novel from Nova Scotian cartoonist Kyle Vingoe-Cram, a woman visits her estranged ... Read more

Krillian Key, The

By (artist) Neal Shannacappo

"My million years of immortality have barely begun. .." Pursued by warring human/alien hybrids, the immortal Kyrill, also known as Salamander, is the key to a prison forged by the seven gods of creation. While one of the warring factions moves to protect him, the other seeks ... Read more

Kwändǖr

By (artist) Cole Pauls

Indigenous Voices Award winner Cole Pauls returns with a robust collection of stories that celebrate the cultural practices and experiences of Dene and Arctic peoples.

Gathering Pauls's comics from magazines, comic festivals and zine making workshops, these comics are his most ... Read more

Langosh & Peppi

By Veronica Post

This debut graphic novel tells the story of the 2015 European "migrant crisis" in Budapest, Hungary through the perspective of Langosh and Peppi, a vagabond and his faithful dog. The pair brings to mind an older, down-on-their-luck Tintin and Snowy with adventures to match. ... Read more

Last Tide, The

By pirateaba
By (artist) Shane Sandulak
Text by Matías Zanetti

The first installment in the Last Tide series, as told by renown fantasy writer pirateaba, is the story of Solca Vis, a young woman transported into another world. Rather than landing near any nation or continent on earth, Solca finds herself at the end of the world. A [Fisher] ... Read more

Let Go

By (artist) Mark Huebner

A story of travail and triumph, Mark Huebner's wordless novel Let Go follows a laid-off ad man struggling to carry the deadweight of his past as he labours through a blizzard toward an unknown future.

Life Finds A Way

Edited by Dan Anctil & Alina Pete

Life Finds a Way is an anthology of comics about what happens after the end of the world. It asks the question, where are the helpers? How do you rebuild once the worst has happened? We want to tell stories of humanity at its best, despite dire circumstances. We want to explore ... Read more

Little Russia

By Francis Desharnais

Guyenne is a small village north-east of Amos. Unlike other communities in Abitibi, Guyenne is a cooperative: 50% of all the money its inhabitants make goes to developing the colony. People in the vicinity have a nickname for it: they call it "Little Russia. " Inspired by the ... Read more

Lonely Boys

By Sophie Bédard
Translated by Helge Dascher & Robin Lang

After a year of radio silence, Ella bursts back into the lives of her former roommates, Jen and Lucie. Her intentions seem simple enough: she wants to mend fences and regain their trust. But it won't be that easy. Lonely Boys is a story of friendship, sisterhood and self-affirmation. ... Read more