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  Tuesday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-12-02 by Tony Walsh
Local "new skool" comic factory Bright Anvil Studios, founded by an old pal of mine, has completely revamped their web site, offering something in the order of 500 images to browse.

Orneryboy's Michael Lalonde has whipped together 80 fine icons from his strip-- the icons are on display at

Comic Jams are so popular, everyone's getting on the comix train! From Canada's East Coast: The 100 Proof Comix Jam, founded last year by a London, Ontario native and a St. John's, Newfoundland lad. From across the sea: Kim Larsen's, with world-spanning helpers Amer Kokh (Jordan), Ken Wong (Australia), Pedro Lopez (Denmark), Rico Schacherl (South Africa) and Tim Boyle (USA). No Canadians, hmm? Pity.
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-12-01 by Tony Walsh
Rat Boy and Jenny Everywhere's Drag Racing Monkey adventure keeps rollin' along with a head-on collision!
I've added book and ordering information for the entire Rat Boy comic collection to the Rat site. The book list is here.

Orneryboy goes on a record store rampage. And creator Michael Lalonde has reinstated the Ornery forum.
Episode 83.
Episode 84.'s Brian Fukushima gives your eyes a dash of salt:
Nov. 16
Nov. 17
Nov. 23
Nov. 25
Nov. 30

Alan Hunt has started an online comic jam over at the official Toronto Comic Jam message board.
  Rat Launch Success  
Posted 2003-11-26 by Tony Walsh
Thanks to everyone who came out to the "Rat and the Beanstalk" launch last night. There was a steady flow of attendees all night, and just about everyone picked up a comic or two. I was pleasantly surprised at the number of back-issue bundles that were sold. The DJ Stardust Dakota crew provided some ass-shaking tunes, the Cameron House was extremely accomodating, and the Comic Jammers were scribbling up a storm in the back room. All in all, a great night.
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-11-24 by Tony Walsh

Yep, tomorrow night's the launch for the new Rat Boy comic book "Rat and the Beanstalk." And today's the day the latest edition of the Rat Boy / Jenny Everywhere web strip goes live.

Orneryboy says "Hello:" Episode 81.

Salt for sore eyes goes comic jammy: Nov. 17.

Toronto artist/writer Diana Tamblyn is hawking her tawdry wares (actually they're quite good) on her Web site " Diana's latest book "Writer's Block" has been critically acclaimed and was nominated for an Ignatz award this year.

UPDATE: Ontario-based sequential artist and blogger Alan Hunt has renovated his web site.
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-11-17 by Tony Walsh
Rat Boy and Jenny Everywhere's Drag Racing Monkey adventure continues!
Next Tuesday, November 25th, I'll be officially launching the "Rat and the Beanstalk" comic book at the Toronto Comic Jam, from 7-9pm at the Cameron House in Toronto.
UPDATE: Launch details here.

This week, Orneryboy becomes an octogenarian:
Episode 79.
Episode 80.'s Brian Fukushima is still rubbing salt in your eyes:
Nov. 12
Nov. 13
Nov. 14
Nov. 15
  Cinema Blood-Orgy (Toronto)  
Posted 2003-10-28 by Tony Walsh
It's a scaarrry week for Toronto cinema, with a coffin-load of creepy flicks appearing at some local haunts.

Czech Horror and Fantasy Films at the Cinematheque Ontario
Tuesday, October 28, 8:45pm- VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS
Wednesday, October 29, 8:45pm- LITTLE OTIK
Saturday, November 1, 8:15pm- MORGIANA

Cult Thursdays at The Royal
Thursday October 30 � 9:40pm
Director: Hajime Sato
Japan / 1968 / English Dialogue Version / Rated AA

Kung Fu Fridays at the Royal
Friday, October 31 - 9:45pm
Director: Ricky Lau Koon Wai
Action Directors: Sammo Hung Stuntmen's Association
Cast: Lam Ching Ying, Richard Ng Yiu-Hon, Lui Fong, Billy Lau Nam-Kwong, Wong Yuk Waan, Sammo Hung Kam Bo, Corey Yuen Kwai
Hong Kong / Cantonese with English Subtitles / 1987 / 94 minutes / PG
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-10-27 by Tony Walsh
A Rat Boy / Jenny Everywhere showdown? Stranger things have happened... here's this week's strip!

Orneryboy blows web-strips a new butthole with double-barrelled goodness!
Episode 73.
Episode 74.'s Brian Fukushima is still kickin' out the strips: clickety click!

Tomorrow, Tuesday October 28, will be not only the next Toronto Comic Jam but the launch for Dave Howard's next Don't Touch Me indie comic magazine. This issue's theme is "Monsters" and features a cover by the spooky Chester Brown.
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-09-29 by Tony Walsh
Yes, I'm still gearing up slowly before the carnage breaks loose in the Rat Boy / Jenny Everywhere crossover. Call me crazy, but I think I'd like a little character devlopment and storytelling before things start to explode. Must be showing my age...

For the third week in a row, Michael Lalonde has blessed us with 2 Orneryboy strips:
Extra strip.
This week's strip.

Tomorrow night is the next installment of the Toronto Comic Jam.

Brian Fukushima of has uploaded a bunch of new strips, hop over to his page and check `em out!
  Monday Comix Roundup!  
Posted 2003-08-25 by Tony Walsh
It's a lesson in linguisitcs for Limpy in this week's Rat Boy strip.

Orneryboy makes a big impact on the late night scene.

Tomorrow (Tuesday) marks another installment of the Toronto Comic Jam at the Cameron house. At 8pm there will be a launch for "Walk," a comic book by rutz, published by Open Mind Comics, and at 9pm the jammage begins.
  Kung Fu Fridays (Toronto)  
Posted 2003-07-31 by Tony Walsh
Catch the legendary Jet Li in "Fong Sai Yuk" tomorrow at the Royal Cinema!

Director: Corey Yuen Kwai
Cast: Jet Li, Joesphine Siao Fong-fong, Michelle Reis, Adam Cheng, Sibelle Hu, Chu Kong
Hong Kong / 1992 / Cantonese with English Subtitles

Fong Sai Yuk (Jet Li) is the best kung fu fighter in to his mom! A local noble organizes a martial arts tournament with his daughter's hand in marriage as the prize... but the opponent to defeat is his wife! Sai Yuk purposely fudges the fight after mistaking a homely maid for the prize. His infuriated mom then steps into the ring, disguised as Sai Yuk's "brother"! Sounds crazy, but it was screened at the Toronto Film Festival and is said to be one hell of a fightin' flick. Click here for cinema details!
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