Category Archives: Art

Redfish: A Review

The other day, I saw a poster for a small, local stage production called Redfish: A Comedy About Depression. When I looked it up online, I discovered the titular “Redfish” is a superhero. A play combining depression and superheroes? It’s … Continue reading

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Theo Moudakis’ Fort McMurry Cartoon: A Criticism

As of this writing, it seems the massive fire in Fort McMurray is dying down. 80,000 people in the area were evacuated while the town was decimated. It’s fortunate – and a little amazing – that no lives were lost … Continue reading

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DCAF!

When I lived in Toronto, I had the chance to go to three nerd conventions: Toronto Expo, Wizard World, and Anime North. To be honest, I became a little disillusioned with conventions, especially after Toronto Expo. It was enjoyable to … Continue reading

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Agnes Garbowska

Another Toronto Wizard World 2011 sketch. This time, by Agnes Garbowska, who I discovered when I was in line to talk with Francis Manapul. She had a table next to his and I spotted that she did free sketches. How … Continue reading

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Sinj, aka: ThatJokerGuy

Sinj was one of the artists I met at Toronto Wizard World in 2011. He really stood out for me because he was dressed as the Joker. From what I understand, he does this at every convention. It’s certainly a … Continue reading

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Marcus To

Another Dill sketch that I procured at Toronto Wizard World in 2011. This one’s by Marcus To, known best for his two-year run on Red Robin, a DC pre-reboot DC series. In terms of size and girth, To probably nailed … Continue reading

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Andrew “Dumaii” Mahaffy

I’ve known Andrew for quite a few years, dating back to when we worked together at Blockbuster Video. Really good guy; probably one of the more laid back, easy going people I know. He offered to draw Dill back when … Continue reading

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