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Human Library - Cartoonist book


On Saturday, January 25, you can sign-out Cartoonist Book Tom Fowler for a one-on-one conversation at the Human Library.

Tom will be waiting on the shelf at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.


Here's what his book jacket reads:


As a cartoonist and illustrator Tom Fowler has worked in comics, advertising, and film and game design. He has worked for Disney, Simon & Schuster, Wizards of the Coast, Hasbro, MAD, Valiant, Marvel, and DC Comics. His best known comics include "Venom", "Hulk Season One", "Quantum & Woody", the critically acclaimed "Mysterius the Unfathomable", and the MAD Magazine feature "Monroe". Tom claims to eat only raw meat, stand 13 feet tall, and shoots lasers from his eyes.  


Photo Credit: Monique Duguay


Here, Tom remembers why as a child, he felt lucky to get his hands on a comic book.



Tom recalls what happened next when he met one of his personal heroes.



Tom describes his next creator-owned book that's in the works.


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