• ABC Monstrosity

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    ALBERTA PUBLISHING AWARDS BEST CHILDREN'S AND YA SHORTLIST 2021 ALBERTA PUBLISHING AWARDS BEST BOOK ILLUSTRATION SHORTLIST 2021

    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 HC ISBN: 9781988903996 SC ISBN: 9781988903880
  • Bogart Creek 3

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    Available now 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.
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    Impulsive young Prince Siegfried craves glory and recognition from his aloof parents, the king and queen of Denmark. Starting a war with a neighbouring country and seeking out the most feared dragon in the realm seems like a good place to start.

    An epic tale full of action, adventure, mythological beasts, magical swords, powerful rings, and a treacherous companion.

    Adapted from the ancient Norse mythological Völsunga Saga, Siegfried: Dragon Slayer is the first in a two-part series by Canadians Mark Allard-Will and Jasmine Redford.

  • Shame: Hope

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    Writer Lovern Kindzierski and artist John Bolton return to the world of Shame with book four in the series. This new story picks up where Shame Redemption left off, and makes a perfect jumping on point for new readers. Shame is dead, her demon father blasted back to hell. Hope, newly born into the body of a young woman, stumbles from the battle-scarred castle still filled with Shame's malevolent servants. The evil queen may have been defeated, but her dark forces are determined to stamp out Hope's return to the world. This one shot story continues the acclaimed Shame series, following the ultimate story of mother-daughter conflict.
  • Hell’s Flaw

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    AVAILABLE NOW In the new book in the acclaimed Shame series, Hope has to deal with the corruption of a trusted friend and ally, whilst also fighting her way through the horrific monsters that bar her way back to Cradle. Her innocence and resolve is put to the test as she faces the fury of Shame’s evil acolytes. Book 5 in the successful and acclaimed Shame series following the ultimate story of mother-daughter conflict.
  • Shame: Redemption

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    The third book in this acclaimed series finds Virtue once more a prisoner of her daughter, Shame. Her only ally, Merritt, is firmly under Shame's enchantment, and Slur's plan to unleash his demon hordes from hell seems certain to be put into action. Can Virtue outwit Shame and save the world from becoming hell's plaything? ISBN: 9780992150884 Pages: 64
  • A Slug Story

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    WINNER OF THE DOUG WRIGHT 'EGGHEAD' AWARD FOR BEST KID'S BOOK 2021 ALBERTA PUBLISHING AWARDS BEST CHILDREN'S AND YA SHORTLIST 2021 VLA GRAPHIC NOVEL DIVERSITY AWARD 2021 HONOUR LIST 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
  • Pass Me By: Electric Vice

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    "Pass Me By feels like something David Bowie would have created if he made comics instead of music: original. Ahead of its time. Utterly addictive.”

    1973: a chance encounter between Ed and the captivating androgynous singer of the pulse-pounding glam rock band ELECTRIC VICE, pulls Ed into a world of mascara, weathered leather, platform heels and neon. Book 2 in the award-winning series. A queer love story set in the outrageous world of 1970s glam rock. Pass Me By: Electric Vice is a journey of self-discovery, heartache, glam rock, and love. An inverted coming of age story about understanding queer identity and what happens to the stories you never tell.

  • This triumphant final volume of Spinechillers begins with Doug's well-researched insights into the stories and their authors.
  • 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
  • 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.  
  • A madman does not know he is mad after all, and an insane mind would not have the resourcefulness to craft from words, the imagined worlds and circumstances that exist on no plane other than their own mind.

    Only a true genius could put into words comprehensible to the average person, scenes of terror and dread and insanity, the likes of which the world had never known, simply by writing words. His words. To craft words in such a way, in such an order, to make one experience perceptible feelings of fright and madness. Love and loss. Pain and terror. Poe was a genius. A brilliant mind overflowing with scenarios, inventions, successions of events, worlds, landscapes and sounds. Sounds never heard by most human ears and possibly not even his own, but yet making those ears actually hear the sounds through his written words.

    Poe did not simply touch on subjects as uncomfortable as a human mind becoming unhinged, he tore into these subjects with an unabashed and unapologetic quill in hand. Leaving us frightened, appalled, and uneasy, yet completely exhilarated.

    Poe set the standard, well before the standard could be realized, and his works still stand untouched as the exemplar for all others, that may hope to attain even a fraction of his genius.'

    It has been my great pleasure to allow Mr Poe to put words in my mouth, I hope you will enjoy hearing them. We have included one of his stories on each volume of the Spinechillers series, and for good measure, we have also added one of his brilliant poems to most volumes.