It’s May in Toronto. And while to some that may mean the end of the winter season in the city and the beginning of “construction”, to others in the know, it means it’s time for the greatest of comic book and sequential art gatherings – TCAF!
A monster wreaks havoc on a Kingdom. A hero comes to a King. A monster needs to be slain. And so begins the old English epic of Beowulf, a poem … Continue reading Classic & Epic & Eternal Is This “Beowulf” Graphic Novel On The Wednesday Run
Words like “imaginative”, “mind-bending”, and “psychologically unsettling” are often applied to the science-fiction novels of Phillip K. Dick. He wrote stories with big ideas. At the same time, his novels … Continue reading Big Ideas On The Big Screen – Phillip K. Dick In Hollywood
Christopher Golden is a New York Times bestselling author who has put words into the mouths of iconic characters such as Buffy The Vampire Slayer and the X-Men. Recently, he’s … Continue reading Exclusive: Christopher Golden Talks Baltimore, Vampires, Mike Mignola And More
If you don’t know him by name, and you’re a reader of comics, novels or pop-culture reference books, you’ll know Chip Kidd by his designs. Kidd is a long-standing graphic … Continue reading Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Batman: Death By Design On The Wednesday Run – May 30, 2012
Despite the recent chill across much of the northeast of this continent, spring is still upon us. There’s landscaping to be done in the backyard and those colourful impatiens are … Continue reading Spring Black Orchid Picking On The Wednesday Run – April 25, 2012
Find out what’s on every pop culture fan’s wish list this holiday season November 28th, 2011, Toronto, ON – Finding the perfect holiday gift for that special someone can be … Continue reading BIFF BAM POP! LAUNCHES FIRST ANNUAL GIFT GUIDE
Speculative fiction – that wonderful branch of literature that encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror and all their cross-bred permutations – is often the maligned sibling of the … Continue reading Considering the Colloquium: Toronto specfic fans celebrate their literary love