Ricky Lima showcases ‘Happily Ever Aftr’ at PAMA’s ‘For A Social Cause’

Here’s my chat with Ricky Lima at the Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives. Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts and player.FM

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Ricky is a comic book writer based in Ontario. He self-published the comic book series Black Hole Hunters Club and Deep Sea. His most recent graphic novel is Happily Ever Aftr. I spoke recently with Ricky at a Toronto comic convention about his Undergrowth graphic novel plus his work on the spring issue of CAULDRON.

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During our chat, Ricky talked about the exhibit ‘For A Social Cause’ and what his graphic novel Happily Ever Aftr with Nicholas Londeix adds to the display at the museum. He also talked about what it means to him to have his work shown in an art gallery. Ricky also spoke about his newest project created in conjunction with PAMA.

You can discover more about Ricky on Twitter at @KingKRule and online at limepressonline.com


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

Polygon published an interview with Mariko Tamaki about the secret relationship between Archie and Sabrina in a mini-arc that goes on sale on September 4. When asked about story, Mariko said: “This is a series of iconic characters, but this is definitely a twist, which this series also does well,…I was working with Nick Spencer, so with this vision, and it was super fun to just play with that. Also I have the unbelievable Jenn St-Onge working with me, and her illustrations are dreamy.”
You can read more at Polygon.com

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The Hollywood Reporter wrote about indie publisher A Wave Blue World that plans to shake up the industry. One title from the publisher is Dead Legends available October 2, described as ‘Kill Bill’ meets ‘Enter The Dragon’ created by Ryan Ferrier along with James Maddox and Gavin Smith.
You can read more at TheHollywoodReporter.com



CBC Books published an article about 12 books by Canadian LGBTQ writers for younger readers. The list includes:
In the Sky at Nighttime by Laura Deal, illustrated by Tamara Campeau
The Bunny Band by Bill Richardson illustrated by Roxanna Bikadoroff
Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki, illustrated by Rosemary Valero-O’Connell
Friends by Geraldo Valério
Shout Out edited by Andrew Wheeler
You can read more at CBC.ca/Books

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