Mega Fauna is a graphic novel anthology released by Vancouver publisher Cloudscape Comics. It features short stories written and illustrated by local writers and artists, who came together to...
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Summer is officially here. While some of us are attending college or planning a holiday, others are working. It is a nice time to take up few odd seasonal jobs and make some extra money. International students also get an opportunity at this time of the year to work full-time.
Anxious is a state with which I’m well-acquainted. Like a sweater that’s faded and worn-in, I habitually cloak myself in nerves. I don’t have an anxiety condition that I know of, but a quick perusal of the nervous natures which populate my family tree would seem to indicate that worry is an unavoidable inheritance.
The Cloudscape Comics Society brings together the comic community through published works by new and veteran artists and writers, meetings that are open to the public, and events that connect comic creators with their fans. On May 22, the society will host a launch party for their eighth graphic novel anthology, Mega Fauna, at Cloudscape Comics HQ in Vancouver’s Memorial South Park.
There is nothing more frustrating than standing in the snack aisle, surveying the selection, getting overwhelmed, and breaking down in tears. We know how hard it is to make that tough decision. We want to help you pick the perfect snack. But everybody’s taste is different, so in this series we’ll carefully evaluate each flavour and offer our opinions.
A favourite pastime of many introverted intellectuals is to ponder the big questions in life, like who would win in a fight. Now you can sharpen your debate skills and answer the big questions at the same time.
In a statement released yesterday, 20-year-old Douglas College student Jack Dawson spoke out about a common misconception that has haunted him his whole life.
In breaking news today, the Vancouver Canucks, for the first time in the club’s existence, have won the Stanley Cup playoffs!