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Barack Obama Calls Kate Beaton's Ducks A Favourite Book Of The Year
Let me know which books I should check out in 2023." And amongst  The list, he included Ducks: Two Years In The Oil Sands, a graphic novel by Hark! A Vagrant! creator Kate Beaton, published by Drawn & Quarterly, Vintage Digital and Jonathan Cape Bleeding Cool revealed its cover for the first time, this time,[...]
Ducks: Two Years In The Oil Sands by Kate Beaton Gets A Cover Reveal
Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands is the new collection of Kate Beaton's cartoons from Drawn & Quarterly, to be published on the 22nd of September, telling the story of Canada And Bleeding Cool has a first look at the cover To be fair, we just looked at it on Amazon, but no one[...]
Kate Bea-Ton Down Humor Barriers At San Diego Comic-Con
By Marilyn Weiss First of all, I would like to congratulate Kate Beaton on her Eisner win On Friday night, Beaton became the first woman to independently win for Best Humor Publication Fresh off of her win, Beaton sat down to give her fans to talk about her life, her work and her upcoming projects. Beaton is[...]
Kate Beaton On Cloak And Dagger – And *That* Costume
Kate Beaton, author of Hark A Vagrant, and one of the bestselling comic book creators in America, has been reading Cloak And Dagger and tweeting, in the light of a proposed new television series for Freeform. Especially after seeing this image on the AV Club report… [View the story "Kate Beaton on Cloak and Dagger" on Storify] [...]
Seth Green, Jai Nitz, Kate Beaton, Len Wein, Paul Feig, Lloyd Kaufman And Shannon Wheeler Remember When Comic Cons Were About Comics
Their convention experience is radically different than mine." For the smaller, independent newbies on the scene, the prospect of the gargantuan Comic-Con can be "very overwhelming at first," as indie comic creator Kate Beaton tells me. Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant started as a webcomic focusing on the quirky creator's own decidedly nerdy passion for historical events and[...]
Step Aside, Pops Vs. The Bizarre Adventures Of Gilbert & Sullivan
Step Aside, Pops by Kate Beaton, the second collection of her Hark! A Vagrant web comics from Jonathan Cape And The Bizarre Adventures Of Gilbert & Sullivan by Laura Howell from Soaring Penguin Press. But which is better? There's only one way to find out. Both are historical and literary pop culture parodies G&S however are closer to[...]
Kate Beaton Cartoons Through Sandy
From Kate Beaton's Twitter feed So, you know, she had a signal and power… From Kate Beaton's Twitter feed So, you know, she had a signal and power… From Kate Beaton's Twitter feed So, you know, she[...]
Monday Morning Breakfast Runaround
VagrantWatch: Kate Beaton puts her story about the loss of her community – and a human life – back online. LengthWatch: The Secret Service from Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons will be seven issues long. MillionaireWatch: Tony Millionaire looks to his future. "Being a cartoonist is a great way to make a living — it's a lot of fun,[...]