Graham Clark presents…
The Graham Hates Christmas Show
December 18, 2015


Graham is no fan of Christmas. Join him and his guests Daniel Zomparelli, Sophie Buddle and Alicia Tobin as they ridicule holiday films for one night only.

Graham Clark Hates Christmas

Alicia Tobin’s Come Draw With Me
featuring Andy Kallstrom, Andrew McLaughlin, and Ross Dauk
September 26, 2014


Come Draw With Alicia Tobin and get some of her patented* comedic critique of your 5-minute drawings (*not actually patented). Then enjoy the stand-up comedy of her special comedic guests Andy Kallstrom, Andrew McLaughlin, and Ross Dauk. Come draw with us! Supplies provided. No talent necessary.

Come Draw With Me

Brian Fukushima

Interview with Vancouver cartoonist Brian Fukushima
MUSIC: “N35-40-19-800” by springtide

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Comics on Comics
June 27, 2014

Vancouver comedians tear through old, awful and forgotten comic books at Hot Art Wet City! Hosted by Brent Constantine, the panel features Brad Dorion, Stuart Jones, Warren Bates, Ed Witty, Shane McLean, Chip Ellis, Alex Sparling and Lauren McGibbon. Watch as they make fun of terrible comic books, live, on stage.

Comics on Comics

Alice Vogelaar

Interview with Vancouver artist Alice Vogelaar
MUSIC: “Meat On The Bones” by Pandacetamol

Robin Bougie

Interview with Vancouver comic book artist, film journalist, and self proclaimed “smut peddler” Robin Bougie. While some of you may be offended by Robin’s more sexually explicit work, his view on censorship, especially self-censorship, should be watched by anyone afraid to actually do work he or she really wants to do.

MUSIC: “Barbarian” by Pierlo

Rebecca Dart

Interview with Vancouver artist, cartoonist and animator Rebecca Dart. Among other things, Rebecca has worked as a character designer for the animated series My Little Pony and created her own comic Battle Kittens.
MUSIC: “george” by The Ananas

Process Colour
August 14-30, 2013


An exhibition of local independent comic creators and their [artistic/production] processes, demonstrating a variety of approaches to taking a story from initial concept to finished artwork. Included book release and signing for Tony Cliff’s “Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant” on Friday August 30. The show featured Tony Cliff, Rebecca Dart, Simon Roy, and Brandon Graham.

Check out photos from the show on Flickr >

Tony Cliff is a born-and-raised Vancouverite and a 12-year veteran of the local animation industry. His first major graphic novel, DELILAH DIRK AND THE TURKISH LIEUTENANT, is a critically-acclaimed historical tale of action and adventure. His work has been nominated for Harvey, Doug Wright, and Will Eisner awards. Find him Internetting at

Rebecca Dart is a cartoonist and animation designer living in Vancouver. Creator of the comic RabbitHead (2006) which appeared in America’s Best Comics of that year. Currently working on her first full length graphic novel “Battle Kittens” about barbarian women that ride giant kittens in an unforgiving world. You can check out art from this as well as other kitty comics at

Simon Roy is a cartoonist and illustrator from Victoria, BC. He came onto the comics scene in 2009 with the critically acclaimed sci-fi comic “Jan’s Atomic Heart”, and has been working on a wide range of projects since. He’s currently drawing and co-writing the Eisner Award nominated series “Prophet” for Image Comics with Brandon Graham. His work can be found at

Brandon Graham was born in December of 1976, the grandson of pin-up artist Bill Randall. He grew up in Seattle around a lot of graffiti and comics. he managed to get his first comic published at the age of 19. He’s been honing his craft ever since. He lives in Vancouver BC, with his partner Marian Churchland (author of Image comic Beast), where he spends his days creating comics. He divides his time between his own series Multiple Warheads and writing and occasionally drawing for the Image series Prophet.

Watch interviews with Tony Cliff and Rebecca Dart below:

Process Colour

Sean Karemaker

An interview with Vancouver visual & comic artist Sean Karemaker

MUSIC: “5” by Christian Bjoerklund

Inkstuds Presents: A Horror Hangover
November 23-24, 2012


“A Horror Hangover” looks at what happens after a horrific event. Do things get better or is it all going horribly wrong. Curated by Robin McConnell from Inkstuds, the radio show about comics. Featured artists include: Keith Jones, Marc Palm, James Stranton, Aidan Fitzgerald, Tom Van Deusen, Ben Horak, Max Clotfelter, Roman Muradov, Jim Rugg, Joel Rich, Lale Westvind, Charmaine Verhagen, Sean Esty, Rebecca Dart, Michael Deforge, Al Columbia, and more. Art: “Flesh Eaters” by Al Columbia

Horror Hangover
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