Jason Loo brings ‘The Pitiful Human-Lizard’ comic book series to a close

Here’s my chat with Jason Loo. Podcast available on Apple Podcasts and player.FM.

Jason Loo

Jason is the creator of The Pitiful Human-Lizard – Toronto’s newest superhero who during the day works a boring 9-to-5 office job then struggles to fight crime on evenings and weekends.


During our chat, Jason talked about celebrating the 5th anniversary of The Pitiful Human-Lizard. He commented on the possibility of his creation making an appearance in another medium perhaps on TV. Jason also offered insights about his future plans including the collection of The Pitiful Human-Lizard making an appearance at the upcoming Toronto Comic Arts Festival.

You can discover more about Jason on @Rebel_Loo and online at facebook.com/PitifulHumanLizard


Here’s some of the current news about Canadian comic book creators and supporters.

Comics & Gaming Magazine wrote an article about Toronto’s premiere superhero comic coming to an end. Since its beginning in 2014, the series told the story about an office clerk who struggles to be a superhero on evenings and weekends. The creator of The Pitiful Human-Lizard, Jason Loo, was a finalist for the 2018 Doug Wright Spotlight Award for the series. Jason was quoted as saying that at the conclusion will be something that, “fans and even new readers will appreciate.”
You can read more at CGMagonline.com

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Entertainment Weekly wrote about the five comics to read this April. Among the many on the list is House of Whispers #8 by Nalo Hopkinson. EW claims the issue makes “this the perfect time to get on board and experience the new flavors Hopkinson and her collaborators are bringing to this dream world.”
You can read more at EW.com/books



Multiversity Comics recently interviewed Cecil Castellucci about her current run on Female Furies. When asked about why it’s important to tell stories like those from Female Furies, Cecil said: “I think it’s important because, there are a lot of people on the planet who have not had their stories told. Have not been the center of their stories. I think that the great thing about stories is that there’s room for all stories.”
You can read more at MultiversityComics.com

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On the calendar this weekend is Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con featuring Ty Templeton in St. Louis, Missouri. More details are available on wizardworld.com/comiccon/st-louis


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