The Witching Hours is an anthology of comics about magical women, written, illustrated and edited by women and non-binary persons.

It features 11 stories ranging from fantasy to horror to slice of life, written and drawn by some of the best comics creators in Western Canada.

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Art of Survival, Drew Dillon and Emmett Helen Interview

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. What’s your name? DD: Drew Dillon. EH: Hey! I’m Emmett Helen, a cartoonist based in Atlanta, Georgia. What’s your artistic background? DD: I […]


Cloudzine 2019 – Commercial Drive

After an amazing Car Free Day at Main Street in June, Cloudscape is back this weekend for Car Free Day, Commercial Drive! From the Car Free Day website: Our festival stretches across 15 blocks featuring amazing local artisans, musicians, community activities, delicious food, tons of entertainment and activities for all […]


Passover, Lisa Wolinsky and Melissa McGee Interview

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. What’s your name? LW: Lisa Wolinsky, or The Alchemist on my limited social media. MM: Melissa McGee, or The Druid out here on […]


Macadamia Rose, Can Richards Interview

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. What’s your name? My name’s Can Richards! I’m 20 and I live in Cape Town! What’s your artistic background? I’ve been drawing all […]


The TradeWaiters 59: “Come Prima” by Alfred

Join us on a road trip (through masculinity). Come Prima by Alfred is a story about two estranged brothers dealing with death, war, shame, and their own frailty. Jam, Jeff, and Jess finally get a chance to read some more bande dessinee, and it leads to a whole lot of […]


Guiding Principles For, A. Lee Interview

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. What’s your name? A. Lee What’s your artistic background? I’m actually not really from an artistic background, I’m embarrassed to say! I took […]


Cloudzine 2019 – Main Street

This Sunday, Cloudscape will be running a comic and zine marketplace as part of Car Free Day, Main Street! The biggest of Vancouver’s Car Free Day festivals spanning 21 blocks, Main Street has 15 stages and mini festivals along the entire street. This is a fun, family-friendly event with kid-zones, skateboarders, […]


Green Thumbs, Stephanie Cooke Interview

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. What’s your name? Stephanie Cooke What’s your artistic background? I’m a writer who likes to dabble in art but mostly when it comes […]


Hope in Progress

This post is a part of a series of articles about Cloudscape’s Life Finds A Way anthology. Visit the landing page for more information on the project. It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. The inspiration behind Life Finds a Way can be […]


Chicken Soup & Goji Berries Now Available for Purchase!

Cloudscape is proud to introduce it’s latest book, Chicken Soup and Goji Berries, now available on the Cloudscape shop! Chicken Soup and Goji Berries is a 98 page, bilingual graphic novel by Naomi Cui and Janice Liu. The comic seeks to explore the connections across languages, cultures, and generations that can exist […]