by Tarol Hunt, webcomic
Tarol Hunt first tried to place his comics on the internet as a child in the 80′s. Discovering that this would be an almost impossible task until the internet was invented, he tried again in 2005 with much greater success. As a child, Tarol drew scores of comics, mostly involving Dungeons & Dragons. He was inspired by other comics like Elfquest, Heavy Metal Magazine and Dragon Magazine (well you know, the back of Dragon Magazine… where the comics were).
by GMB Chomichuk, Alchemical Press
GMB Chomichuk is a Canadian writer, teacher, mixed media artist, graphic novelist and proud Winnipegger. He won the Manitoba Young Writers Award when he was 15. He won the Manitoba Book Award for Best Illustrated Book in 2011 for his graphic novel serial The Imagination Manifesto. He is the founder of Alchemical Press and is always on the lookout for literary oddities. He puts words and pictures together. Some people call that alchemy. He calls that comics. You can follow him on twitter @gmbchomichuk and see some of his work in progress at www.comicalchemy.blogspot.com. www.alchemicalpress.com http://www.nerdsraging.com/news/gmb-chomichuk/ Join the fight. Make comics.
Looking for Group
by Ryan Sohmer and Lar DeSouza, webcomic
Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza have been working together for as long as they can remember. Sohmer’s humour and Lar’s vibrant illustration style have combined to create some of the Internet’s best comics. They are both proud geeks and they are pleased as all heck to be able to do what they love for a living.
by Alina Pete
Alina was born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. To survive the harsh Canadian winters, she took to doodling funny animals on any available surface in her feeble attempts to stay warm. After high school, Alina took classical animation courses and went to the University of Saskatchewan in pursuit of her BFA (which remains uncompleted). She followed this up with a 3-D animation certificate, just for good measure. Alina is a firm believer in overkill.
West of Bathurst
by Kari Maaren, webcomic
Kari Maaren is a university English instructor who currently lives in Toronto. When she isn’t frantically marking huge piles of assignments, she is writing, drawing, or playing various musical instruments. She has been creating her webcomic, West of Bathurst, since 2006. The comic is set in a fictionalised and ever-so-slightly otherworldly version of the University of Toronto’s Massey College, with which Kari has been affiliated since 1999. Kari’s comics have appeared here and there (most unusually, perhaps, in an online Japanese medical magazine)