• Dive into Canadian history with this collection of historical tales, featuring the War of 1812, the story of Canada's Confederation, one of Alberta's most deadly natural disasters, and the birth of the New Democratic Party. A great gift for teachers, or anyone with a love for history. This collection includes 4 books: The Loxleys and the War of 1812, The Loxleys and Confederation, Frank, and 1st Legion of Utopia
  • 1st Legion of Utopia

    $9.00$17.99
    The turmoil of the Great Depression galvanized Canadians to rise up and fight for improved labour conditions, social equality and universal healthcare. In the frontier city of Calgary, Holly Burnside and Brian Mah get involved with the founding of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, the first national party dedicated to the needs of workers and farmers. Written by James Davidge, art by Bob Prodor and Nick Johnson, cover, lettering and design by Ryan Ferrier graphic novel - 80 pages - Full colour - softcover
  • 175 page, beautifully colored, hardback graphic novel
    The story follows the Loxleys, a Canadian family living in the Niagara peninsula as they're torn apart by the American invasion of Canada in 1812, and the subsequent war that raged across both countries as British troops, Canadian militia, and First Nation warriors sought to thwart the expansionist plans of the American government.  
  • Adapted from the best-selling graphic novel by the author himself, this novelisation can be downloaded in PDF format, including exclusive chapter illustrations.
  • Redcoats-ish

    $4.99$14.99
    Collecting Cartoonist Jeff Martin's humourous War of 1812 comic strips in one perfectly sized book. Pages: 112
  • 112 page, beautifully colored, hardback graphic novel
    From the multiple award winning creators of The Loxleys and the War of 1812. The story begins in 1864 and follows the Loxleys, a Canadian family living in the Niagara peninsula. Under the threat once more of an American invasion and the cancellation of the Canadian-Ameican Reciprocity Treaty, the Canadian Colonies look to unite. We trail the Loxleys on their journey to the Charlottetown Conference and witness the events that lead to the Dominion of Canada.  
  • Dustship Glory

    $9.99$19.99
    176 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    A powerful and visually striking adaptation of the original novel by Andreas Schroeder.
  • Redcoats-Ish 2

    $4.99$14.99
    Comic Book
    Redcoats-ish 2 collects more comic strips from Jeff Martin’s War of 1812 stories, featuring the misadventures of John and George, two not so fearless men of the Canadian militia. Heeding the call to defend Canada against the invading American army, John and George are now doing their best to be heroes, whilst also working hard to avoid battles, marching, danger or anything else that involves effort.
  • 152 pages, hardcover, beautifully illustrated history book and graphic novel
    Second printing will ship August 23rd 2019, including exclusive bonus art print to commemorate the end of WW1 and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, June 28th 1919. Presented as a historical scrapbook with beautifully realised, photo-realistic artwork. Framing the history is a graphic novel story about a teenage boy, in Surrey BC, caught up in drug gangs. He rethinks his choices after his 95 year old great grandfather comes to visit the family in Canada. His stories of their past, and seeing him reunited with a Canadian soldier his great grandfather saved during WW2 opens up a different path to live his life. Written by Steven Purewal, illustrated by Christopher Rawlins ISBN: 9781988903477
  • Frank

    $10.00$25.00
    112 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    A lost love, a murder, and a mountain that walks. A historical mystery set in the tragedy of the Frank Slide, one of Canada’s deadliest natural disasters. Eve Lee is in a self-destructive spiral—her big plans for a new life in Frank have not at all turned out how she had planned. As Eve hits the bottom she’s forced to confront her expectations when her former lover disappears under questionable circumstances. But is there something sinister at play or is she simply being obsessive and self-centred? And will she be able to put her past behind her before she finds herself buried under it? Written and drawn by Ben Rankel.