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'Faith and facts collide on a Creationist themed golf course when the daughter of a widowed creationist falls for the adopted son of a gay paleontologist. Unbeknownst to the lovers a prehistoric dino-shark has emerged from hibernation leaving a trail of death and destruction. Will the creationist and paleontologist settle their ideological differences or will Sharkasaurus devour them all?'

The theme of Sharkasaurus is evolution. All central characters go through a transformation or metamorphosis. When faced with the might and awesome power of Sharkasaurus stubborn characters are forced to work together, adapt and become the best versions of themselves before they are killed in a terrifyingly hideous way.

Spencer Estabrooks (Writer) - is an Alberta writer and film director. With a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies at the University of Alberta and a diploma in film production at the Victoria Motion Picture School Estabrooks focuses on telling Alberta genre stories. From cowboy zombies (Deadwalkers) to Rocky Mountain monsters (The Hunt) his film projects have won numerous awards including Rue Morgues Magazines Best Short of 2013 and Gencon’s best Feature Film 2016 (Legend of the Lich Lord)

Jethro Morales (Pencils & Inks) - After spending three years working exclusively for Dynamite on a variety of titles including Green Hornet, Dejah of Mars, and Army of Darkness / Vampirella, Jett has recently been focusing his talents on a few larger creator-owned graphic novel projects, the most ambitious of which is SHARKASAURUS. Every bit as big as the name implies.

Adriano Augusto (Colours) - Adriano specializes in digital colors, and he has a tremendious talent for breathing life into original line work. Adriano can color directly from pencils or from inks, and his vibrant color palette adds great depth to the original art that he works with. Adriano's previous work includes Red Sonja, Green Hornet, Masks, and Voltron for Dynamite, and he is currently working on The Normals (Aftershock Comics).


When Big Bears Invade covered by CBC Radio's The Homestretch

Anna Logan, CBC Radio

'Every page is absolutely gorgeous.'

David, Geek-O-Rama

'At its surface, When Big Bears Invade is simply a fun-filled read [...] however, burbling away beneath the humour is an ethical and environmental story.'

Rob Alexander, Rocky Mountain Outlook

'[A] twisted tribute to Canadiana.'

Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald

'When Big Bears Invade is great for all ages. Plus, it's simply a super fun book. And what better year to have a book like this launch, than during Canada's 150th birthday.' Also catch an interview with illustrator Nyco Rudolph!

Chris Doucher, Geek Nerd Net

'Thanks to lighthearted poems by Finbow and rewarding, detailed art by Rudolph, it’s funnier than it may sound, and there’s a story with a twist, too. A guilty pleasure for disaster movie fans.'

Mike Donachie, Toronto Star

Global News Winnipeg

'Giant bears rampage through Calgary and other Canadian cities'

Aaron Chaha, Metro News Calgary

Tune in to author Alexander Finbow and illustrator Nyco Rudolph's live reading of When Big Bears Invade on Mountain FM

Mountain FM

Writer Alexander Finbow interviewed at the Calgary Expo by Geek Nerd Net

Chris Doucher,Geek Nerd Net


Kevin Skinner, Fox Force Five News

McNally Robinson's Winnipeg book launch here

McNally Robinson

Coverage from the official Toronto Comic Arts Festival's website

TCAF 2017