Evan is a Vancouver-based software developer turned comic book writer and letterer. His current project, More Than Men, is a six-issue miniseries where only the rich have superpowers.
Sarah Walker created the comic strip Pun, 2, 3 in 2014. She is mostly self-taught and has drawn comics on and off for most of her life. Her comics are often autobiographical and overloaded with puns, occasionally injected with social commentary. In addition to being in Canzine, her comics have been featured in student newspapers, zines, and online magazines. Outside of the drawing room, Sarah performs stand-up comedy.
A slice-of-life comic, based on the weekly misadventures of a coffee fiend.
Sprak is a Vancouver-based animator and webcomic artist, originally from Montreal. They love DND, dogs, and horribly over-caffeinated-sugar-filled monstrosities of coffee beverages from overpriced cafes. Their current project is a slice-of-life webcomic lovingly titled Coffee O’Clock.
Lisa Lindsay LaRose is a Vancouver-based artist. By day she makes art. By night she makes more art (or plays video games). She paints, illustrates, works in the games industry, and sometimes she even makes comics.
A young refugee from Mars goes to high school on Earth, but teen angst and drama are only the beginning of the problems she has to face.
Thanks to everyone who helped put on this year’s Halloween Party! And what great costumes and pumpkins!
Janice Liu is a kids’ illustrator and comic creator. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 2015, and moved to Vancouver in 2016. Her work has appeared in comic anthologies such as Wayward Sisters, and she is the co-creator of Chicken Soup & Goji Berries 中药鸡汤, a bilingual online comic about a Chinese-Canadian family. Janice’s work is most often about exploring diasporic identity and the inner world through fantasy. When she’s not working or drawing, Janice teaches art classes for teens at her studio in Burnaby, BC.
At some point or another Death comes for us all. This comic reflects on the fragility of life and the bittersweet nature of death and dying.
Imagine if one day gravity changed it’s mind.