This weekend is the Vancouver Comics Art Festival at the Roundhouse in Yaletown! VanCAF is Vancouver’s terrifically popular free convention devoted to indie comic creators. Stop by to discover lots of wonderful new graphic novels, meet many of Cloudscape’s contributors, and visit the Cloudscape booth (Table F1) to grab some […]
Come grab the latest Cloudscape books from Steve LeCouilliard, Kathleen Gros and the rest of the Cloudscape crew at Q2 and Q3 this weekend at the Toronto reference library!
We at Cloudscape are excited to announce the official launch of Last Night at Wyrmwood High, a tale by Kathleen Gros that’s full of wit, witches, and other things that start with “W.” This story stars three teenage monsters: a vampire, a werewolf, and a lizard-girl, who are about to […]
Wyrmwood Secondary School has had the same grad prank for the past 50 years. This year Amber (a werewolf), Tiffany (a vampire), and Steph (a reptile) have set out to change that. The problem is that the school is cursed. And the end of school (forever) isn’t going to go […]
Cloudscape HQ is under construction Hello, everyone. Just a quick emergency announcement to let you all know that Cloudscape HQ is going to undergo some renovations this week so our building will be closed until Friday evening. All events and open studio times are cancelled for this week. That includes this […]
Hey, folks! Cloudscape’s Comics in Transit has begun! To help promote it, we are running a special contest! Below is a listing of where you can find our comic pages and how long they will be up for. If you tweet a photo of you in front of the comic […]
Cloudscape’s newest anthology, Bones of the Coast, is looking for submissions! Edited by Cloudscape’s very own Jeff Ellis, Shannon Campbell, and Kathleen Jacques, Bones of the Coast is a collection of horror inspired by the Pacific Northwest. We’re looking for story pitches that focus on isolation and spine-tingling eeriness, whether it […]
In light of recent events, the Cloudscape board would like to state what should be obvious: that we support every cartoonist’s right to draw cartoons without fear of violent consequences. Whether that cartoonist is in France facing terrorist attack, in Syria facing imprisonment and possible execution, or in Indonesia facing government censorship, the […]
For more of Micah Iwaasa’s webcomic on creating comics, visit the Comic Chunk Archives.
Interesting upcoming art exhibition. For more info, visit Roundhouse: Cultivate.