As a Canada-based society of comic creators, we at Cloudscape Comics always love to follow the development of new and exciting Canadian comic companies. One that’s already been attracting a lot of interesting attention is Comic Syrup Press. Rachel Richey has dedicated herself to producing high quality complete collected editions […]
Local comic creators Troy Wilson and Caleb Hystad have made “A Tale of Two Pennies,” a fun 14-page comic posted in its entirety on the School Library Journal blog, “Good Comics for Kids.” Come take a look!
Cloudscape’s Jeff Ellis and Mara Coman were recently featured in BC’s alternative online magazine The Tyee: “Since she joined the group in 2010, Mara Coman hasn’t looked back. She’s gotten involved in everything from event planning to representing the group at conventions to ‘yodeling via livestream’ to raise money for […]
Blood Root is a new comic anthology magazine looking for stories that involve ghosts, myths, psychological horror, and other strange happenings. They’re interested in comics featuring a wide variety of cultures, individuals, and relationships. The magazine pays $500 for each story and is asking for pitches rather than completed stories, which means […]
Connecting Comic Book Writers and Artists is a facebook group dedicated to helping comic book writers and artists network with fellow creators, collaborate on projects, and learn about calls for submission. As the group features 7,500+ members, there’s a lot of potential collaborators here, waiting to hear about your new […]
Our Canadian superhero anthology, Epic Canadiana, continues to pop-up on other people’s websites, including the tumblr Illustrated Vancouver and the acclaimed Joe Shuster Awards!
An organization dedication to working with visual artists of all sorts.Visit the CAPIC website for information on events, contents, advice, and resources of all sorts.
The largest collection of professional comic book scripts online. A great insight into the minds of numerous comic book writers and a great opportunity to see the different ways that information can presented on a comic page.
Colin Upton, a prominent Cloudscape contributor, has been creating indie mini-comics for over 25 years (since 1985)! His comics explore numerous themes, including history, autobiography, satire, politics, religion, life in the city, and sometimes just plain silliness. Currently, he’s posting his close to 200 mini-comics, one a day, on his […]
Peter Tupper at the community-powered news organization OpenFile interviews Jeff and chats about Cloudscape. Read Cloudscape Comics: a Home for Indie Artists in a Changing Industry.