• 152 pages, Hardcover, beautifully illustrated history book and graphic novel.
    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
  • Alice at Naptime

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    ‘A beautiful, visual-poem about motherhood and art.’  A poetic exploration of being both a new mother and an artist, told using her own unique graphic novel and fine art approach. When Alice was born her mother only found time to draw her while she napped. Gradually Alice is multiplied in a tapestry of selves, both large and small, while an overarching narrative whispers through the pages, musing on the meeting of former and future selves. At its core, Alice at Naptime tells a universal story, of a parent pining for past freedoms, while simultaneously descending down a rabbit hole of all-encompassing maternal love. Written and illustrated by Shea Proulx - Full Colour - 192 pages Shipping April 16th 2019
  • Collecting the best of Bogart Creek, Derek Evernden’s laugh out loud funny, single-panel comics of absurd and dark humour. Similar in style to The Far Side, Bogart Creek is the laugh out loud book you've been waiting for.   Ships March 27th 2019
  • This triumphant final volume of Spinechillers begins with Doug's well-researched insights into the stories and their authors.
  • Frank

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    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.
  • 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
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  • 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.  
  • Channel Evil

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    A slick and sleazy chat show host gets more than he bargained for when he channels an ancient source of evil, unleashing terror and carnage upon the world.
  • 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.  
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    Hector Ashton staggers out of the St. Boniface Hospital psych ward and falls into the Red river. In his delusional state he thinks that he is Odysseys and has been swept into the river Styx. By the time Hector manages to struggle out of the river, he has washed up in the club district of Winnipeg and believes he is now deep in the Underworld. Hector will have to face the trials that Odysseus himself faced on his journey as he makes his way back to sanity, his home and family.
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    When the purest woman on earth allows herself one selfish wish, it is enough to conceive the most evil woman the world has ever known. Collecting Lovern Kindzierski and John Bolton’s acclaimed fantasy series for the first time.  
  • One of England’s most famous folk stories introduces readers to the terrifying Black Shuck, the mythic beast that inspired Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic Sherlock Holmes story, The Hound of the Baskervilles.

    Written by Mark Allard-Will, art by Ryan Howe and Elaine M. Will Graphic novel - 80 pages - softcover ISBN: 9781988903538
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  • Volume 12 begins with Doug's well-researched insight into the stories and their authors. This is followed by H.P. Lovecraft's haunting tale of an old man and his violin, as well as a classic tale by Charles Dickens. The volume closes with one of Poe's well-regarded poems, Dreamland.
  • Volume 11 begins with Doug's well-researched insight into the stories and their authors. This is followed by Edgar Allan Poe’s highly acclaimed gothic romance "Ligeia", Ambrose Bierce's haunting "A Fruitless Assignment", H. P. Lovecraft's dark and disturbing "Pickman's Model", Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's sinister masterpiece "Blue John Gap", and more.
  • Volume 10 launches with Doug's well researched insight into the stories and their authors, this is followed by HP Lovecraft's evocative tale of exploration 'The Strange High House in the Mist'. Next we hear Ambrose Bierce's truly chilling 'A Diagnosis of Death', and Jeffery Combs reads Edgar Allan Poe's classic revenge tale 'The Cask of Amontillado'. Disc 2 presents us with Rudyard Kipling's tale of ghosts 'They', before disc 3 takes us down into Arthur Conan Doyle's 'New Catacomb' in his tale of a heartbroken lover's revenge. Jeffery Combs brings us part 3 of Herbert West Reanimator, and Robert Englund rounds off this volume with his sublime reading of Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'The Sleeper'.
  • Volume 9 launches with "The Ash Tree", M.R. James' insight into an enigmatic woman and her rituals around this mysterious tree. A lost world of ancient evil is explored in Lovecraft's The Nameless City finished off with Poe's classic poem Alone.

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