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  1. Newsletter #76 December, 2006 — February, 2007
  2. Crooked Lake by Brunanski Nelson
  3. Only in Saskatchewan: Strange day trips off the beaten path
  4. Twisted Trees
  5. See a Problem?

I feel like there is something special about rural communities. Out of necessity these communities are tightly knit. It also seems that there is a greater sense of community pride. Whether it's a small farming community or an artisan community, there's just something different about the rate life transpires at. In Saskatchewan, a lot of towns take pride in "world's largest" things — moose, pierogi, truck, hockey stick. It's strange for a town to take pride in a giant concrete hockey stick, but neat. As well in Drumhellar , I wanted to capture the space and openness of the prairies.

There's something magical about all that open sky. Wilderness was a key aspect of Rebel Blood. Does nature appeal to you, too, as something to explore in comic-book form? Part of the reason Drumhellar is set in a rural environment is so I can continue to explore nature conceptually and visually.

Speers, Saskatchewan

Hayao Miyazaki's work around environmental themes inspires me to make work addressing the biosphere. I think comics have a lot of potential as a medium to depict the natural world.


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Bedlam 's a different sort of superhero story, and you've also done some stuff with Marvel Comics on Daken and other characters. How much of that genre appeals to you?

Newsletter #76 December, 2006 — February, 2007

Bedlam is in good hands with Nick and Ryan Browne — I won't be going back to it in the foreseeable future. I like aspects of the superhero genre — the idea of individuals making a difference in their communities really appeals to me. Daredevil, Batman and Spider-Man work for me because they're directly effecting change in their neighborhoods. I feel like cosmic threats or the heroes-fight-heroes story is lost on me. The hard part is keeping something fresh after 50 to 60 years.

Right now, Daredevil is my favorite superhero book on the shelves. It's well written and illustrated. Daredevil helps people on a street level both as Daredevil and as a lawyer. I guess that's what I want out of a superhero book. You recently did a fantastic G.

Crooked Lake by Brunanski Nelson

Joe variant cover. Is there something you grew up with — toy, comic, cartoon, movie, etc.

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IDW has asked me to do the next few months of G. Joe variant covers. Bart is incredulous when they describe it as murder, but even more so when they point the finger at his lifelong friend, Nick Taylor. Soon the RCMP and even the townspeople are convinced they' When Bart Bartowski arrives at the RCMP detachment he is handed over to two Saskatoon detectives who question him about a body that was discovered on the town's lakeside golf course.

Soon the RCMP and even the townspeople are convinced they've got their man. But do they? Bart's investigative ventures weave their way through the fabric of this small prairie town, from the Co-op Store, usually a good place to pick up the latest eavesdroppings, to coffee-row, where rumours can run rampant.

Only in Saskatchewan: Strange day trips off the beaten path

But, sticking his nose where it don't belong comes at no small cost. Bart's life is threatened, his family endangered, and he's harassed by the cops, not happy with his interference in what they consider an open and shut case. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Crooked Lake , please sign up.

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