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Paul Up North

Rabagliati continues his award-winning semi-autobiographical Paul series in this coming of age story. The action takes place in 1975-76 just before and during the summer Olympics in Montreal. Remember gymnast Nadia Comaneci or Canadian high-jumper Greg Joy? Paul is now 16, a teenager, and he finds new experiences, changes schools, …read more


Boy’s Club

Cartoonist Matt Furie’s deadpan comics showcase slacker roommates Andy, Brett, Landwolf, and Pepe in a series of comical vignettes combining laconic psychedelia, childlike enchantment, drug-fueled hedonism, and impish mischief. The perpetually insouciant glaze of his characters belie the sharp verbal and visual wit of Furie, who delivers a stoner classic …read more


Ley Lines: Made with Love in Hell

This comic will not only introduce 21st century people to some lil demons from long ago (as seen in Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights), but we’ll also follow Minty from Bbytown as she travels back home to hell to surprise her mom on Mother’s Day. Mimi Chrzanowski is …read more



A flip-style double issue with comics by both Kris Sayer and Rachel Kahn, Sidequests shares short vignettes from both the worlds introduced in Weald vol. 1. Crack open a copy to see monsters both human and otherwise, flying axes, swinging spoons, sassy goats, spooked peccaries and several dangerous women living deep …read more


Black Mood

Black Mood is a autobiographical comic reflecting on the experience of depression and the way the illness and the accompanying stigma impacts ones life.


Canosa’s Welcome

It’s a night like any other, and Canosa is returning to her house in the country when suddenly some unexpected neighbors make a surprise visit to his yard, changing her life forever. Thousands of questions that have always plagued humanity will be answered through youthful interplanetary games. Canosa is a curious and …read more


Phobos and Deimos: Preview Edition

This is the first chapter of a forthcoming shoujo cyberpunk graphic novel. Maida is a teenage refugee from Mars. She’s made it to Earth, but nothing she’s done before has prepared her for surviving high school. Fitting in isn’t easy when you’re from another planet. Phobos and Deimos is the …read more


Brobots and the Kaiju Kerfuffle

Panchi! Kouro! Joukei! They’re brothers. They’re robots. They’re the Brobots! They love the outdoors, doing the robot dance, and protecting Brotown from malevolent monsters and malicious mechs. Their TCAF debuting comic features manga-like mayhem drawn by Sean Dove (Madballs, Fried Rice) and is written with fairy tale flare by J. …read more



TRIP magazine celebrated its ten years of existence at TCAF with its biggest issue ever while going bilingual! That’s right, the only art journal on comics in Canada has now an English section with essays, interviews and comics. TRIP has always strived to preserve the memory and accomplishments of Canadian …read more



Follow up to “Caio #1” which is a series of short, funny stories centered around a 50 year old man named Caio as he deals with middle-age insecurity and anxiety. In this issue, Caio meets up with Death and then meets his beautiful wife, Life. A graduate of the Joe …read more

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