“Writing books is fine, but sometimes we also have to change the world!”. This is what we can read on the Pow Pow editor’s website. During last February’ International Development Week, Pow Pow presented a comics series featuring themes that dealt with inequalities and social problems, climate change, health,
In addition to many activities and signature sessions, Montreal Comic Arts Festival will give you the chance to buy many exclusive comics! Visit these exhibitors during the festival to get your hand on these treasures before everybody else:
Have you heard of La Ligne Rouge? It’s a funny and crazy comic strip of 40 episodes, published twice a week since February 9th, 2015 in the Metro newspaper. We follow Arnaud, Stef, Seb and Bongo the monkey’s adventures, while they try to find their way out of the Ligne Rouge.
Crowd funding is a new – and brilliant – way to help artists put their ideas on paper with the help of the people who enjoy their work. The FBDM is proud to feature an exhibit of four projects that were made possible with this kind of financing.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Festival BD de Montréal will invade l’Espace La Fontaine to offer tons of activities dedicated to the art of comic books. From the 29th to the 31st of May, the festival is inviting individuals and families right in the heart of the park The Fountain,