• 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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    The first trade paperback in this highly praised ongoing comic book series. We've committed to publishing at least six years' worth of these incredible stories. Featuring the first 4 comic issues, the prologue comic strip (as seen in USA Today), plus a new origin story 'The Trouble With Harry.'
  • Necromantic

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    Necromantic is a love story disguised as a supernatural action thriller, proving that not even death is enough to stop true love. Story by Lovern Kindzierski and artwork by Geof Isherwood, David Ross and Chris Chuckry.
  • 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.  
  • Bogart Creek

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    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.   Available Now
  • 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
  • AVAILABLE NOW BPAA Best Illustrated Book Of The Year Award Winner A touching and tender graphic novel following Ed, a reserved man dealing with dementia in a small, northern-Canadian town. As Ed’s memory declines he loses touch with the present and revisits a past he chose to forget. A queer, romantic-tragedy.

  • AVAILABLE NOW You know their name, you know their music, but do you know their story? Everyone’s favourite blood spewing alien band return to comics in an all new 96 page graphic novel.
  • ABC Monstrosity

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    ABC Monstrosity is a freaky-fun book designed to thrill adults and kids alike with pages that teach and delight all at once. As each new letter is introduced with a drawing of a familiar object or animal, the previous ones are continuously combined to create bizarre and creative monstrosities. Featuring beautifully hand coloured drawings, ABC Monstrosity includes a zany glossary featuring fascinating scientific facts augmented with humour. 

    "The illustrations are just so beautiful..it's such a fun book" - CBC's Anne Logan
  • Awkward Pause

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    Awkward Pause is an anthology collection from Ryan Harby’s popular online comic series Honey Dill. Softcover - 168 pages  
  • Bogart Creek 2

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    COMING FALL 2020 Collecting the latest and funniest of Bogart Creek, Derek Evernden’s laugh out loud funny, single-panel comics of absurd and dark humour. If life scares the hell out of you one minute and cracks you up the next, you’ll feel right at home in Bogart Creek.
  • A Slug Story

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    Marcus is an enthusiastic boy, but when ridiculed at school, he begins to feel that his best efforts are second rate. His confidence already low, Marcus suffers a serious, virus-induced, brain injury. While in the hospital, and with the help of fellow patient Emily, Marcus learns to embrace the reality of who he is. "A powerful and honest story that goes to places other, more sanitized narratives, do not. It is an important book." - Mike Donachie, Toronto Star ISBN: 9781988903767