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Adventures of Sgoobidoo, The

By Cathon
Translated by Helge Dascher & Robin Lang

Follow Sgoobidoo, famed canine detective, to the corner store, bingo hall and amusement park in a series of feeble intrigues with disappointing endings. Listen to the deafening silence of the broken television set as the wretched Sammy sits waiting for the professor, the prospector ... Read more

Almost Summer 1

Illustrated by Sophie Bédard

Anthony's in love with Emily who's got a crush on Raph and Matthew has a thing for Jennifer while Michelle's head over heels for. .. well, we're pretty sure you can guess where this is going. Almost Summer is high school at its finest, which means it's high school at its worst. ... Read more

Almost Summer 2

Illustrated by Sophie Bédard

The school year is almost over, which means summer is right around the corner. Michelle wants to get a job at a day camp so she can hang out with some guy she has a crush on, Matthew is spending more and more time with Mary and Emily just wants Anthony to leave her alone. But ... Read more

Almost Summer 3

Illustrated by Sophie Bédard
Text by Sophie Bédard
Translated by Helge Dascher

The whole Almost Summer gang is back to take on the biggest challenge it has ever faced : the final year of high school. The third chapter in this four parts series features such dramatic events as Matthew refusing to take off his hat for the graduation picture, washing his ... Read more

Almost Summer 4

Illustrated by Sophie Bédard
Text by Sophie Bédard
Translated by Helge Dascher

The last chapter of the Almost Summer saga features Emily and Anthony looking for an apartment and Michelle trying to find the perfect dress for prom night. And then the next thing you know school's out for summer, high school is over and the gang celebrates by going to a cabin ... Read more

Arts Wars

Illustrated by Francis Desharnais
Text by Francis Desharnais
Translated by Helge Dascher

In order to wage intergalactic warfare, aliens abduct all of Earth's artists : it turns out that the most powerful weapon in the universe is the violent, transcending beauty of poetry. Back on Earth, people don't really seem to care about the disappearance of painters, sculptors ... Read more

BackBench Collection, The

By Graham Harrop

"BackBench" has appeared daily for almost twenty years in The Globe & Mail, both as a comic strip and as a panel cartoon. With his witty, irreverent humour, Graham Harrop has satirized most of Canada's major political figures. He has commented on government scandals, the cosy ... Read more

Bird in a Cage

By Rebecca Roher
Illustrated by Rebecca Roher

Once a sharp, strong-willed and independent woman, Roher's grandmother's life took an unexpected turn when an accident left her with a brain injury, leading to early onset dementia. An unlikely protagonist, grandma was an elderly woman trapped by her deteriorating mind, aging ... Read more

Caricature Cartoon Canada

Edited by Terry Mosher

The idea for this collection came from a conversation I had with the great Russian cartoonist Oleg Dergachov, who now lives in Montreal. Oleg told me of a Moscow cartoonist who, on his deathbed, asked that onea of his favourite cartoons be engraved on his headstone rather than ... Read more

Curb Angels

By Christopher Ducharme
Illustrated by Lisa Mendis

In the post-punk, global economy of the 1980's, four young women from very different backgrounds are united by a common goal: justice. Curb Angels features fearless female characters on a mission that crosses borders and challenges the status quo. In the face of exploitation ... Read more