comics research bibliography: Canadian Comics

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


[Unknown.] 1994.
Penthouse comic book refused entry into Canada.
Media Report to Women 22(3; Summer):2.

[Unknown.] 1995.
Comic book promotes bicycle safety.
Canadian Medical Association Journal 153(2):191.

[Unknown.] 1995.
Superman heads comic book superheroes: Set to kick off Canadian Stamp Month October 2.
Linn's Stamp News (Sep 18):1, 16.

[Unknown.] 1995.
Syndicates/News Services [cartoon museum in Washington, DC].
Editor and Publisher 128(15; Apr 15):38.

Adams, Mary Louise. 1995.
Youth, corruptibility, and English-Canadian postwar campaigns against indecency, 1948-1955.
Journal of the History of Sexuality 6(Jul):89-117.

Barker, Kenneth S. 1997.
An introduction to the Canadian newspaper comic.
Inks 4(2; May):18-25.

Baumann, Fred. 1995.
'Superman' spray-on postmarks promote hobby in Canada.
Linn's Stamp News (Oct 2).

Beaty, Bart. 1998.
High treason: Canadian nationalism and the regulation of American crime comic books.
Essays on Canadian Writing (62).

Bell, John and Owen Oulton. 1982.
Captain Canduck: The Towering Imbroglio [Canadian satirical comic strip].
Orion (2): 50-53

Bell, John. 1992.
Guardians of the North: Canadian comic book heroes / Protecteurs du nord: le superheros national dans la bande dessinee Canadienne [exhibit booklet].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Blackmore, Tim. 1993
"Cerebus: From Aardvark to Vanaheim, Reaching for Creative Heaven in Dave Sim's Hellish World."
Canadian Children's Literature, 71 (1993):57-78.

Blackwood, Roy E. 1989
"Ronbo and the Peanut Farmer In Canadian Editorial Cartoons"
Journalism Quarterly vol.66, Summer pp.453-457

Broadbent, Christopher. 1982.
Comely's conspiracy, or, power makes strange bedfellows ["Star Rider and the Peace Machine" Canadian comic book by Richard Comely and Ric Estrada].
Orion (2): 8-9

Broadbent, Christopher. 1982.
Down East Hero: Captain Newfoundland [Canadian comic strip].
Orion (2): 7

Brown, Dan. 1998.
Who will save us now? A lament for the loss of an all-Canadian superhero.
National Post (November 12)

Browne, Ray B. 1994.
Animation, Caricature and Gag and Political Cartoons in the United States and Canada: An International Bibliography by John A. Lent [Book Review].
Journal of Popular Culture 28(2; Fall).

Brunet, J.-P. 1988.
L'Onomatopee dans la classe de francais [Onomatopoeia in the French class; using comics; in French].
Canadian Modern Language Review 45(1):139-145.

Burant, Jim. 1992.
Exhibitionists show off at cartoon museum [Canadian Museum of Caricature].
Caricature 3(2):1-4.

Burant, Jim. 1992.
New directions in acquisition [Canadian Museum of Caricature].
Caricature 3(2):8.

Burant, Jim. 1992.
Take care of the collections [Canadian Museum of Caricature]!
Caricature 3(2):2-3.

Canada House of Commons (Susan North). 1988.
Capital offences: Canadian cartoonists look at Parliament Hill [brochure for political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Broadcasting Corp. 1999.
CINAR under fraud investigation [Canadian animation company].
Reuters (October 15)

Canadian Centre for Caricature (Craig Layng). 1989.
Whose zoo? Beastly caricatures of political animals [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Centre for Caricature (Craig Layng). 1990.
Red tape blues [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Centre for Caricature (Craig Layng). 1990.
We are amused! Her Majesty's loyal Canadian jesters give the royal family the royal treatment [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Centre for Caricature (Craig Layng). 1991.
The greatest show of mirth: Experience the magic and excitement of a three-ring political circus [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Centre for Caricature (Susan North). 1989.
The Rogue's Gallery [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Museum of Caricature (Craig Layng). 1992.
For Better or For Worse: It's The Cartoon World of Lynn Johnston [exhibit brochure].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Museum of Caricature (Craig Layng). 1993.
A wrench in the works: cartoonists' views of Canada's political machinery [exhibit brochure].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Museum of Caricature (Craig Layng). 1993.
Green & bear it: The environmentally-friendly humour of Pijet, Marc, Kara and Yayo [exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Museum of Caricature (Jim Burant). 1992.
The perils of peacekeeping: Canada and world affairs after 1945 [political cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Canadian Museum of Caricature (Terresa McIntosh). 1991.
Humour under fire [World War II cartoons exhibit].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Carter, Gary M. 1995.
A Weird discovery [Canadian reprint of Weird Comics].
Comic Book Marketplace (September): 6

Degner, LF, JA Sloan and P Venkatesh. 1997.
The Control Preferences Scale [comparing word and cartoon medical information].
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 29 (3; Fall): 21-43

Doherty, Mike. 1998.
No nudity or violence, unless it's essential: In Canada, Bob and Margaret's creators struck a deal they could live with [animated tv show].
National Post (December 02)

Gleason, Mona. 1999.
'They have a bad effect': Crime comics, Parliament, and the hegemony of t he middle class in postwar Canada [censorship].
in Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campa ign edited by John A. Lent.
New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press

Grace, Dominick M. 1992.
Ondaatje and Charlton Comic's Billy the Kid.
Canadian Literature 133(Summer):199-202.

Grandmont, Charles. 2000.
Cinar chief scrambles to avoid delisting [Canadian animation].
Reuters (June 21)

Grandmont, Charles. 2000.
CINAR keeps mum despite pressure to disclose [Canadian animation company].
Reuters (March 10)

Grandmont, Charles. 2000.
CINAR's employee morale hurt by scandal [Canadian animation company].
Reuters (March 17)

Grandmont, Charles. 2000.
Troubled Canadian producer drops another bombshell [Canadian animation company].
Reuters (March 12)

Guberman, Solange and Raymond LeBlanc. 1985.
La bande dessinee dans les quotidiens de langue francaise au Canada [word play in translated comic strips; in French].
Presence Francophone: Revue Internationale de Langue et de Litterature 27:75-87.

Hill, Greg. 1987.
The Canadian Centre for Caricature, National Archives of Canada Cartoon Materials Survey [unpublished report].
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Hirsh, Michael and Patrick Loubert. 1971.
The Great Canadian Comic Books.
Toronto: Peter Martin Associates.

Issenman, RM, R Slack, L MacDonald and W Taylor. 1985.
Children's multiple vitamins: overuse leads to overdose [but cartoon characters did not affect problem].
Canadian Medical Association Journal 132 (7; Apr 1): 781-4

Izawa, Eri. 1997.
The Romantic, Passionate Japanese in Anime: A Look at the Hidden Japanese Soul.
Japanese Pop Culture Conference, University of Victoria (in Canada).
http://www.mit.edu:8001/afs/athena.mit.edu/user/r/e/rei/WWW/manga-romanticis m.html

Jenkins, B. L. 1996.
Animation, caricature, gag and political cartoons in the U.S. and Canada: An international bibliography [review of book by J. Lent].
RQ 35(4):486.

Jette, Marc. 1997.
Censure et bande dessinnee Americaine [comics; in French].
Montreal, Canada: Roussin.

Kennedy, Janice. 1997.
Take-out history [Canadian history comics].
Calgary Herald (Feb 16).

Koltun, Lilly. 1992.
Biff! Pow! Taking off in a new direction [Canadian Museum of Caricature].
Caricature 3(2):2-3.

Larson, Laura. 1999
"Canadian Perspectives of the 1997 Hong Kong Turnover: A Review of Editorial Cartoons in the Vancouver Sun and The Globe and Mail" a panel paper for the 1999 International Communications Association Conference
(WWW Document URL: http://students.washington.edu/~larsonl/lkl99ica.htm Date viewed: May26, 2000)

Layng, Craig. 1992.
Cartoons spreading germs of truth [Canadian Museum of Caricature].
Caricature 3(2):6.

Layng, Craig. 1992.
The season to be jolly [Canadian Museum of Caricature].
Caricature 3(2):5.

Lent, John A. 1994.
Animation, Caricature, and Gag and Political Cartoons in the United States and Canada: An International Bibliography [foreword by Maurice Horn].
Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Lien, Barb. 1999.
>From Sci/Fi Fan to Sci/Fi Writer: Tara Tallan [interview with Canadian creator of science fiction comic book Galaxion].
Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/tallan.shtml

Lien, Barb. 1999.
A Children's Story of Fascism?: Stephen Geigen-Miller and Greg Beettam [interview with Canadian creators of fantasy comic book "Xeno's Arrow"].
Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/millerbeettam.shtml

Lien, Barb. 1999.
Goddess-worship and Politics: Maral Agnerian [interview with artist / letterer for Canadian comic "The Will To Power" (Medea Press)].
Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/agnerian.shtml

Lloyd, Robert. 1998.
Forward Into the Past: The terrifying togs of That '70s Show; the retro robots of Rolie Polie Olie [computer-animated series by William Joyce produced for the Disney Channel by Canada's Nelvana Ltd. in concert with France's Metal Hurlant].
LA Weekly (October 2).
online at http://www.laweekly.com/ink/98/45/tv-lloyd.shtml

Loret, Eric. 1999.
Doucet am=E8re: Apr=E8s "Ciboire de criss!", la Qu=E9b=E9coise trash Julie Doucet livre une nouvelle tranche de son journal dessin=E9. Un univers underground d'o=F9 les m=E2les sortent la queue entre les jambes [review of expatriate Canadian's Changements d'adresses; in French].
Liberation (January 28)

Lowe, Ron. 1995.
A touch of... class! [using student-created comic books to teach foriegn languages].
Canadian Modern Language Review 51(3):555-556.

McCall, Bruce. 1997.
Cave paintings [Artist reminisces about drawing comic strips during unhappy Canadian childhood].
New Yorker (Jun 16):112.

Melnbardis, Robert. 2000.
Cinar's founding couple defiant after firing [Canadian animation firm].
Reuters (August 18)

Morash, Gordon. 1997.
Comic book heroes [Canadian history comics].
Edmonton Journal (Feb 16).

Morris, Raymond N. 1987
"Towards a Sociosemiotics of Mocking: Canadian Cartoons about Royalty"
(RSSI) Recherches semiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry vol.7 no.3. pp.285-303

Morris, Raymond N. 1991
"Cultural analysis through semiotics: Len Norris' cartoons an official bilingualism"
Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology vol.28. no.2. pp.225-254

Morris, Raymond N. 1992
"Cartoons and the Political System: Canada, Quebec, Wales, and England"
Canadian Journal of Communication vol.17. pp.253-258

Murray, J. S. 1994.
Comic relief: The witty world of cartoon maps.
Canadian Geographics 114(6; Nov/Dec):74.

North, Susan & Sylvie Gervais. 1990.
Norris-La Palme Retrospective.
Ottawa: National Archives of Canada.

Patterson, Robert and Charles Weijer. 1998.
D'oh! An analysis of the medical care provided to the family of Homer J. Simpson [television animation]. Canadian Medical Association Journal 159 (12; December 15): 1480-1481

Pinet, Christopher. 1978.
Myths and stereotypes in 'Asterix le Gaulois.'
Canadian Modern Language Review 34(2):149-162.

Rockman, Arnold. 1964.
Superman comes to the art gallery.
Canadian Art 21(Jan):18-22.

Rogers, Cullum. 1992.
Northern Exposure [Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists fifth annual convention].
Caricature 3(2):7.

Schneider, Howard. 1997.
Wanted: A few colossal Canadians [comic distributed by McDonald's].
Washington Post (Mar 10):A12.

Trehearne, Brian. 1980.
A source for Pratt's Truant [comic strip and poetry].
Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 7(Fall-Winter):73-79.

Tremblay, R. 1980.
La bande dessinee: Une typologie [Comic strips: A typology; in French].
Canadian Modern Language Review 36(3):504-513.

Unknown. 1999.
Quebecor buys World Color: Canadian firm's $1.4B purchase of U.S. rival to create world's largest printer. CNN Financial News ( July 12): http://cnnfn.com/1999/07/12/deals/quebecor/

Unknown. 1999.
Cinar shares drop 30 percent after allegations [Canadian animation company].
Reuters (October 18)

Unknown. 1999.
It's Superman vs. Cashman in Canadian court.
Reuters (July 23)

Unknown. 2000.
Disney's Canadian departure comes as no great suprise [animation].
Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 2000.
Nelvana hopes share price will get boost from U.S. [Canadian animation].
Reuters (June 12)

Unknown. 2000.
Nelvana Shares Climb on Speculation [Canada animation company].
Reuters (August 30)

Unknown. 2000.
Nelvana files to sell 3.75 million shares [Canada animation company].
Reuters (April 28)

Unknown. 1995.
'Captain Canuck' is star of a story strip [by Canadian Richard Comely].
Editor and Publisher (August 12): 35

Vallance, Karla. 1981.
2 U.S. comic books banned in Canada as antireligious.
Christian Science Monitor (Oct 27).

Verrall, Robert. 1954.
Making an animated cartoon: The romance of transportation.
Canadian Art 11:148-150.

Yeo, Michael. 1998.
To boldly go: we have to look beyond the Simpsons for a true medical hero [animation].
Canadian Medical Association Journal 159 (12; December 15):1476-1477