literary comics

Over 500 comics!

We are very excited to announce that we now have over 500 comics in the collection! Here are a few recently added titles, all available at our upcoming launch event this Saturday 11-4 at The519! Many of these were donations, so thank you for sharing your comics! Click on the cover images for descriptions, or visit our online catalogue for more info on comics!   Please follow and like us:

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Statement against resolution R4. We stand for diversity and supporting trans and queer stories and communities

The Canada Comics Open Library strongly denounces resolution R4. For those who haven’t heard, at the Ontario PC Convention this past Saturday, there was a resolution calling for the removal of gender identity from Ontario schools. It was approved for further discussion. Policy Resolution R4 describes gender identity theory as a β€œhighly controversial, unscientific β€˜liberal ideology’”; it calls on the Ford government to remove the teaching and promotion of it in schools. This is not okay. This should not be…

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Ojitos Borrosos by Ines Estrada

New comics! Recently catalogued!

πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– Comics included here will be available at our upcoming launch event (in the company of many others)! Visit our pop-up library on November 24th and you can cozy up with a comic all afternoon. πŸ™‚ Please visit our online catalogue for more information on comics and co-creators! Click on the cover photos for individual summaries. Please follow and like us:

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New everyday fiction and autobiographical comics!

We are thrilled to share these recent additions to our library collection! Please visit our online catalogue for more information on comics and co-creators (inkers, pencil work, editors, colourists, and more!) 😍 Click on cover photos for individual summaries!   Please follow and like us:

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