While we endure these unprecedented times, one of the many results of the lockdowns and shutdowns is the closure of libraries. Libraries have been the home of many events — gathering like-minded individuals to share ideas and discover new ones. Unfortunately, comic book events have also been impacted as a result of these times.
For this specific 2020 In Review feature, comic book creators provide their personal opinions about the value libraries and library events such as comic conventions have on fostering comic book reading and creation.
Discover more about these creators on online and through social media:
You can discover more about J. Torres on Twitter at @jtorrescomics and online at jtorrescomics.com
You can discover more about Dan Collins on Twitter at @DanTheWritinMan and on Instagram at instagram.com/Canuck_Fan_Dan
You can discover more about Dave Bishop on Twitter at @renerd and on Instagram as @RenerdBishop and online at renerd.com
You can discover more about Jerome Cabanatan on Twitter and Instagram at @jroamcab
You can discover more about Derrick Chow on Twitter at @derrickchow2 and online at DerrickChow.ca
You can discover more about Gibson Quarter on Twitter at @GibsonQuarter, on Instagram at instagram.com/gibson_quarter and online at gibsonquarter27art.blogspot.com
You can discover more about Kathleen Lacy on Twitter at @Rethy_Zone and online at kathleenlportfolio.com
You can discover more on Twitter at @ComicCanada and online at ComicBookProjectCanada.com
You can discover more about Ryan Poirier on Twitter at @RPoirier_Author and online http://accidentalcreations.ca/
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