Biff Bam Pop! remembers and celebrates the life and work of Tom Spurgeon.
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!
After making the game-changer move of ending all of their monthly series in August 2011 and, calling it the “New 52”, re-starting them with brand new first issues, DC Comics … Continue reading Constantine, Responsibility, War And Sin – BBP! Speaks With Acclaimed Writer Ray Fawkes (Part 1)
If you’re living in the Toronto area or are thinking about visiting the city this weekend, you’re in for a treat. The 10th anniversary of The Toronto Comics Arts Festival … Continue reading A Love Of Comics, Art, Storytelling, And Libraries: The Toronto Comics Arts Festival (TCAF)
A sly, feline hand slips into the back pocket of an unsuspecting businessman, gently pulling, in an unnoticeable fashion, at a black leather wallet. A small pill made of unknown … Continue reading Get Caught Red Handed On The Wednesday Run–May 8, 2013
Many in North America first became aware of Manchester, England based artist and writer, Oliver East, through his album cover work for the acclaimed English alt-rock musicians, Elbow. His drawings … Continue reading Walks, Landscapes, And A Swear Down – Biff Bam Pop! Speaks With Comic Book Artist And Writer: Oliver East
Today is Free Comic Book Day around the world, along with the Toronto Comic Arts Festival in downtown T.O. at the Reference Library. My plan was to hit my local … Continue reading Free Comic Book Day At Comics And More With Archaia, Andy Burns And His Princess
On the middle Wednesday of every month, regular Biff Bam Pop! contributor JP Fallavollita will share his musings on comic books, comic book art, comic book collecting and the overall … Continue reading Across The Universe 1 – Comic Books And Community Resonance
Willow Dawson keeps herself busy. While illustrating books like No Girls Allowed and Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate, the Toronto, Canada based artist is deep into her semi autobiographical graphic … Continue reading 100 Miles Of Work In This House – JP Interviews Writer And Artist Willow Dawson