There’s an exhibit called “Comic Craze” at the Cambridge Galleries in what used to be called Galt (1 North Square, Cambridge). It goes until January 4th and is open every day (check the website for the hours). They have art and many, many Canadian graphic novels to see. It would be a great chance to browse through modern comics and you could see just how professional some of these ‘comic’ books have become.
Don’t miss Janet Morton’s (from Guelph) “Toque” exhibit hanging, massive, in the foyer if you get a chance to go.
A good start into a fascinating medium!
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