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Monsterology Sabbaticals time

Alexander Finbow - Tuesday, November 24, 2015

It's officially launch day for the Dept. of Monsterology: Sabbaticals trade paperback as it arrives in stores across the world. Gordon Rennie, PJ Holden, Steven Denton and Jim Campbell's return to Dunsany college for the second series that picks up where we left the teams after their almost catastrophic adventures of Monsterology 101.  

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New Book Announcement - Frank

Alexander Finbow - Thursday, November 19, 2015

Sabbaticals exists in the physical realm now

Alexander Finbow - Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden's Dept of Monsterology Sabbaticals, the 2nd comic book in their monster filled adventure series, has been printed and delivered by crow directly to our secret mountain lair. Catching up on the exploits of a very unique team of university professors, Sabbaticals mixes wry humour with pretty much non-stop action. Gordon and PJ once again adeptly handle the multi-handed narrative threads as the different teams encounter perils high in the Himalayas, on a thought to be undiscovered tropical island, and places a lot further away than our world. 

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Lethbridge Expo 2015

Alexander Finbow - Tuesday, November 10, 2015

November 14th-15th marks the 3rd Lethbridge Entertainment Expo, this time at the larger Enmax centre. Not to be confused withe comic con from October, the Expo is bringing Renegade back as well as a number of Calgary creators as part of their support for the comic collective Panel One. We'll be bringing down a good selection of our graphic novels, Spinechillers audio book box sets, and the opportunity to be amongst the first readers to get your hands on our soon to be released hardcover graphic novel Underworld from Lovern Kindzierski and GMB Chomichuk. 

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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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