Brok Windsor 1944-1946 Book Launch Apr 9

Brok Windsor: 1944-1946 Official Launch
With Kalman Andrasofszky, J. Bone, and Scott Chantler
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 @ 5pm
@ Page & Panel: The TCAF Shop, 789 Yonge Street
Free to attend

From one of the folks who brought you “Nelvana of the Northern Lights, the classic Canadian comics reprint, comes BROK WINDSOR: 1944-1946! Collecting all of Brok Windsor’s beautifully-illustrated adventures by Canadian cartoonist Jon Stables, BROK WINDSOR has been a Kickstarter sensation, and now’s your first chance to pick up the book!

Project editor Hope Nicholson will be on hand with the official debut of the book. Kickstarter supporters will be able to pick up the book at this event, and if you missed the Kickstarter? Don’t worry! We’ll have plenty of copies on hand for you too!

Artists Kalman Andrasofszky, J.Bone, Scott Chantler, and Leonard Kirk will be in attendance to sign your books!

The action takes place Wednesday, April 8th, at Page & Panel: The TCAF Shop, 789 Yonge Street. Free to attend, and all are welcome!



Illustrated by Canadian artist Jon Stables and beginning serialization in 1944 in the pages of Maple Leaf Comics’ “Better Comics”, Brok Windsor was a doctor who discovered a secret land called Chaqua hiding in the midst of the Canadian wilderness during a normal canoeing trip. Here he was infected by the island and grew to the size of a giant, matching the height of the residents, a futuristic aboriginal tribe cut off from the rest of society. He spent months in this land battling man-eating lions, giant rats, and more bizarre oddities with the aid of his new friend Torgon. He even found a girlfriend, the giantess Starra who returned with him to Canada after several adventures.

“Not only is Brok Windsor some of the best work to come out of the golden age of Canadian comics; it is some of the most gorgeous comic art of any time. Believe me… you want to this project happen. The world will be a more beautiful place for you, me and everyone who appreciates comic art.” -Robert Pincombe, writer and comic historian

Kickstart Tribute art by Scott Chantler
Kickstart Tribute art by Scott Chantler