Our spread from Canzine last weekend. Video coming soon!
Very excited to announce the release date for Josephine Norman’s Don’t Fret, Be Gentle. This two colour, silkscreen zine concerns the hardships of love and the lengths that must be taken to stay true. Get it October 24!
When The Simpsons premiered in January 1990, it created a pop culture shock still felt today. We take a look at this time through promotional material, news articles, a production script and merchandise.
Take a trip back to the 1951 Canadian National Exhibition! Be entertained by Jimmy Durante and Jack Kochman’s Hell Drivers! Visit the Trans-Canada Airlines exhibit in the Automotive Building! See Whistler’s Mother in the midst of Cold War hysteria!
We pay a visit to Toronto comics institution Silver Snail and look at an old issue of Treasure Chest, Marvel Update ‘89, as well as recent issues of Squirrel Girl and Sex Criminals.
Part two of our trip to Montréal’s Librairie Drawn and Quarterly, a bookstore specializing in comics and sequential art, featuring The Pernicious Kiss, Conversational Comic, Ley Lines No. 10, Annotated 19, and HB No 5.
A look at defunct musical eatery The Organ Grinder through home videos, a menu and memories.
Part one of our trip to Montréal’s Librairie Drawn and Quarterly, a bookstore specializing in comics and sequential art, featuring a look inside issues of The Believer and SAD Mag.
We take a look at Walt and Skeezix Vol.1, a collection of early strips from Frank King’s long-running comic strip Gasoline Alley.
Television was an entire generation’s window to the world, and in TV Guide we have the map to millions of shared experiences.
Brian Clarke takes a look at three issues of the digest magazine from 1973, 1978 and 1999, and the moments and shows that shaped those years.