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"Our top pick this Remembrance Day, not for its novel mix of format and subject but for its stunning success in bringing home the real foot soldier's experience..."
"Two Generals is a compelling portrait of two Canadian officers during the Second World War, with an extreme attention to detail in the dress, troop movements and battles, and especially their day-to-day lives...an endearing success..."
Praise for Northwest Passage:
"A . . . swashbuckler of a comic-book tale."
— Toronto Star
"[A] thrilling historical adventure."
— Publishers Weekly
"[A] rich, suspenseful, action-packed story (with some fascinating historical details)."
"Scott Chantler [has a] knack for suspense."
— Entertainment Weekly
SCOTT CHANTLER is an acclaimed graphic novelist and illustrator who has been nominated for numerous awards, including the Joe Shuster and the Doug Wright Awards for Canadian cartooning excellence. He is the author of Northwest Passage, a multi-volume graphic narrative set in 1755 colonial Canada, and the artist of graphic novels including Days Like This, Scandalous, and Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen. He is also a popular commercial illustrator whose clients include McDonald's, Reebok, Macy's, the Toronto Star, the National Post, and Maclean's.
From the Hardcover edition.
A very enjoyable read. The research and historical detail are excellent, with one notable exception: a panel showing German paratroopers dropping into Normandy (they fought there,... Read morePublished 18 days ago by NeverKipled
timely delivery ....well packed with minor scratches associated with paperback ,The paperback has an enhanced raised and smooth Drawing on the cover ... Read morePublished 23 months ago by brent alan dean cox
Amazing probably the best graphical representation of the canadian involvent in ww2 and also of the effects on our veterans all in all azing bookPublished on April 30 2013 by James
This book was ok. It is incredibly short and not very descriptive. I understand what the author was going for, but there was not much build up for the emotional connection to be... Read morePublished on March 16 2011 by Peekay