Come by the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (601 Bloor St., just east of Bathurst) tonight at 8:30 to celebrate 25 years of the The Beguiling tonight and see the debut of three new books by some of the most respected graphic novel creators in the world.
Charles Burns’ with the stunning follow-up to 2010’s best-selling X’ed Out is The Hive.
Adrian Tomine’s New York Drawings collects over a decade of the comics, illustrations, and covers produced by the artist for publishing institution The New Yorker.
Chris Ware’s Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth has been hailed as a modern literary masterpiece, and his first graphic novel length follow-up is Building Stories.
These three contemporaries and friends will present all-new audio/visual presentations from these debuts, interacting with one another and the audience in the centrepiece fall event celebrating the 25th Anniversary of venerable comics and alternative culture shop The Beguiling.
Admission to this event is $10, or a free ticket can be procured by purchasing any of these books at The Beguiling.