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CBR TV: Seth on “Palookaville,” “The Great Canadian Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists”

CBR TV spoke with acclaimed cartoonist Seth about “Palookaville,” the artist’s ongoing project which recently made the shift from individual issues to original graphic novels, including the impetus behind the change in formats, andhis decision to include even more content in the larger, hardcover format.

The artist also discusses his latest project, “The Great Canadian Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonist,” how he was encouraged to release it due to the positive response he had received to “Wimbledon Green,” and the way in which he creates genres of comic books that don’t actually exist as he creates the world in the story he’s telling.

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