Love, Laughter, and Loss: A Comics Collection
Von Allan (Author) Sam Boswell (Editor)
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This collection contains nine short stories by Canadian writer/artist Von Allan that, together, represent the best and worst parts of life; love, laughter, and loss. Travel around the world (and sometimes even off world!) with average people, heroes, cowardly adventurers, and even a dog. While these stories were previously published in two periodical collections ("WIZARDS FOR HIRE-CHEAP!" and "STORIES! 2015 TO 2019"), this marks the first time they've appeared in a premium hardcover format.
Von Allan Studio
March 24, 2021
8.0 X 10.88 X 0.38 inches | 1.14 pounds
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About the Author
Von Allan has been living and breathing comics in the Great White North for a number of years and has built an active and well-respected presence in the larger comics community. He has written, penciled, and inked a number of short stories and two full-length, original graphic novels. Both books were well received by fans, retailers, and critics and continue to sell today: the road to god knows..., the heartwarming story of a teenager growing up with a schizophrenic mother; and Stargazer, an all-ages sci-fi/fantasy adventure. His new series, Wolf's Head, debuted in 2017. Allan is the recipient of the 2014 Corel Endowment for the Arts Award (https: //ottawaartscouncil.ca/en/council-news/two-artists-receive-corel-endowment-arts-awards) and the 2019 CBC Trailblazer Award (https: //newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/eric-julien).
Sam Boswell has been finding dangling modifiers, correcting spelling, and fixing misused apostrophes in fiction, non-fiction, university theses, graphic novels, technical manuals, and government bureaucratese for almost 20 years. She lives in Ontario, Canada, and, when she's not solving language problems for other people, she can be found deep in a book, untangling yarn, or digging in the garden.