TCAF2021: Troy Little from Pegamoose Press talks about ‘Angora Napkin’ and more

In celebration of the comic book creators virtually exhibiting at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2021, here’s my chat with Troy Little from Pegamoose Press. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. And the podcast is also available on YouTube. Please like and subscribe to that video channel.

These podcasts are published to celebrate the exhibitors of this year’s virtual edition of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. TCAF is an annual event gathering comic book creators from around the world to promote broad and diverse voices towards the betterment of the medium of comics through panels, keynote exclusives and just basically enjoying the fun of comics.

Troy originated in Prince Edward Island, Canada. He left for a while, but then went back. He spent many a year working in animation before shifting his focus full time to comics. He’s written and illustrated The Powerpuff Girls, Rick & Morty VS Dungeons and Dragons, adapted Hunter S. Thompsons novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Kevin Eastman’s Radically Rearranged Ronin Ragdolls as well as his own books, Chiaroscuro and the Angora Napkin series. He’s currently working on a collaborative book entitled Butterfly House with his wife, Brenda Hickey and will soon begin serializing his next book, The Allusion of Life online. Together, the two of them started Pegamoose Press. Troy has been thrice nominated for an Eisner Award as well as the Harvey, Ringo and Sequential Awards.


You can discover more about Troy on Twitter at @meanwhilestudio

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