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Sabbaticals issue 1 digital now

Alexander Finbow - Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden's Dept. of Monsterology is back as issue 1 of Sabbaticals is released into the digital world. 

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Edmonton Expo 2015

Alexander Finbow - Friday, September 25, 2015

Friday September 25th you say? Then it must be time to head on up Highway 2 for the 2015 Edmonton Entertainment Expo. We'll be at booth 1530 with Redcoats-ish cartoonist Jeff Martin and editor in chief Alexander Finbow. They'll have our latest books and merchandise as well as sneak previews of unreleased stories. If you want to uncover more secrets of the comics publishing world, come to our panel on Sunday at 12.15pm in room 101. At the booth there will be limited quantities of signed Shame trilogy books, signed by both Lovern Kindzierski and John Bolton. Dept. of Monsterology, Robbie Burns, The Loxleys and more will be on hand, and Jeff will be sketching too. We will also have these cute little Pinheads to give away to the first 5 people to pick up a Doug Bradley's Spinechillers Box Set.  

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Monsterology Sabbaticals Cover Digital Cover #1

Alexander Finbow - Tuesday, September 22, 2015
September 30th marks the digital release date for the first issue of Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden's Dept. of Monsterology: Sabbaticals, the follow up to Monsterology 101.  

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Back to school

Alexander Finbow - Monday, September 14, 2015

Where did summer go? Feels like it slipped into the past far too quickly this year. On the plus side, September does mean that learning is once again front and centre in the minds of many people young and old and whether you have great teachers or a lunatic who does a great praying mantis impression, finding the right learning materials is important for everyone. For Canadians, and those interested in learning about Canadian history, we have three books perfect for you. Our latest publication, The Loxleys and Confederation hardcover graphic novel, is the story of Canada Day written By Mark Zuehlke and illustrated by Claude St. Aubin. It's a great gateway story to finding out how Canada became a country against the backdrop of the American civil war, the Fenian raids, trade embargoes and immigrant expansion across the north. Canadian Materials magazine called it RECOMMENDED in their review this month,'The Loxleys and Confederation will appeal to young readers, including reluctant readers who may be more comfortable with a graphic novel rather than a more text-heavy history-based work', here's the link to read the full review.  

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Dept. of Monsterology Book 2

Alexander Finbow - Tuesday, September 01, 2015

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