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March News Roundup

Alexander Finbow - Thursday, March 17, 2016

It's been incredibly busy here at our Secret Mountain Lair recently, and now it is time to come up for air and catchup on some of the news. 

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The truth is a harsh scary fellow to encounter

Alexander Finbow - Monday, December 14, 2015

Lovern Kindzierski, Gregory Chomichuk and Ed Brisson's Underworld was launched to the reading world last week at McNally Robinson Books in the creator's home turf of Winnipeg. A fitting place for a book set in Winnipeg. The event went well with a number of happy readers taking home signed and sketched copies. The first reviews have been published from popmythology, Broken Frontier and Fox Force Five News. We've grabbed quotes from them as they are quite complimentary, click the links to read the full reviews. 

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Cyber Monday

Alexander Finbow - Sunday, November 29, 2015

Tomorrow Lovern Kindzierski and Gregory Chomichuk's mythic Winnipeg odyssey, Underworld will be officially launched at McNally Robinson in Winnipeg. On Wednesday, Gordon Rennie, PJ Holden, Steven Denton and Jim Campbell's Dept. of Monsterology: Sabbaticals, the second book in the series will be in all the best book and comic stores across the world. It's a big week for Renegade and the creators that have trusted their stories to us. Today is the day that big corporations throw huge sales to entice shoppers to grab a bargain, Cyber Monday sounds like a chapter from a William Gibson story or an episode of Doctor Who, rather than a marketing attempt to get us all to spend money online. 

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Underworld Launch at McNally Robinson

Alexander Finbow - Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Underworld is Lovern Kindzierski and GMB Chomichuk's graphic novel foray into the messed up mind of politician Hector Ashton as he attempts to find redemption with his wife and child. First he'll have to make his way across Winnipeg via the Red river, alleyways and nightclubs with a crooked cop on his tail, all whilst under the influence of medication that makes him think he is in fact Odysseus fulfilling his role in Homer's epic poem. 

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Monsters are people too

Alexander Finbow - Wednesday, November 04, 2015

As we approach the print releases for our two winter books, Dept. of Monsterology: Sabbaticals and Underworld, both of which deal with monsters in some way, it seemed fitting to reflect on the nature of true monsters. Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden's Sabbaticals is jammed full of man-eating dinosaurs, Yetis, Yeren, aliens, ghosts and an as yet to be identified Cthulhuesque parasite, but it is Professor Calvary whose grief induced desire to rewrite the past selfishly places his team in mortal danger, Professor Booker who has imprsioned a colleague to use as a DNA key, the Lamont siblings quest for even more power whatever the cost in lives, and a nostalgic Nazi scientist looking to resurrect the 3rd Reich, who present themselves as the biggest monsters in this tale. 

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