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Yep, I’ve got another blog and it just went live last night. Uncanny Canada is a little side project of mine, a repository for Canadian Forteana, general weirdness, and whatever shiny things catch my eye. If this intrigues you, pop on over! More stories will be added soon — oof, it’s hard to get a new blog off the ground. Come by and root for it, won’t you? Meanwhile, my horsey blog, Bridlepath, is flourishing and I offer my humble thanks to its loyal readers.

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Nocturnal skating

Here Comes the Flood

Canadian artist Rob Gonsalves creates whimsical, surrealist art influenced by Dali, Magritte and Escher. See more here and here.

Gaaahhhhh!

Betty and Veronica, those on-again, off-again rivals for the affections of Archie Andrews, will stop looking so cherubic, at least for a spell. Their cheeks won’t be so rounded, their eyes so beaming or their noses quite so pert.

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Couldn’t this have been better executed? The drawing looks like something a teenager would draw inside her Trapper Keeper. Don’t worry; most of the comics will still be drawn in the classic style.

The Stockholm Ghost Walk have completely revamped their website; pop by and say hello!

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