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Canadian Shield

Canadian Shield by David Day

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The Canadian Shield will be back very soon in comic book form! This time, illustrated by
David Day. This story will be featured in our upcoming trade paperback, Legacies. This character study is definitely boding well for the final piece!

If you have not already, you can read the Canadian Shield’s first adventure in the
COMICS section and watch his live action adventures in Episodes Six and Seventeen.

See you in the funny papers very soon! Happy

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Nathan Fillion as Canadian Shield?

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We are getting a ton of traffic on our Canadian Shield comic and episodes from the United States for the last few days - and lots of Google search on Canadian Shield and it seems to be linked to the fact that Canadian actor Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle) posted a picture of his Halloween costume a few days ago. That picture was also posted on our Facebook wall by a couple of our people in the know on this page already and everyone seems to think he was impersonating our character. We have no idea if it is the case, it seems doubtful because the look is quite different, and it is an easy parody anyways - heck, that is what we did too - but it is pretty funny nevertheless. The wonders of the interweb never cease… Winking In any case, Mr. Fillion’s costume is all kinds of awesome!
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Montreal Comicon Cast line-up

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It is that time of the year again! The Montreal Comicon is almost here and this year we have a huge chunk of the cast attending!

The schedule for the Comicon is as follows (Friday, September 14 until Sunday, September 16):


VENDREDI
16 h à 21 h
14 h à 21 h
SAMEDI
10 h à 19 h
9 h 30 à 19 h
DIMANCHE
10 h à 17 h
10 h à 17 h

And here is the Heroes of the North Montreal Comicon appearances:

All three days, all hours: Hornet (Marie-Claude Bourbonnais), Alpha Q (Yann Brouillette), Black Terror (John Fallon).

Friday (all hours), end of day Saturday (3 PM until 7 PM) and Sunday (3 PM until 5 PM): 8 Ball (Anderson Bradshaw).

Friday (6 PM until 8 PM): Masquerade (Pia Metni).

Saturday (10 AM to 5 PM) and Sunday (10 to 4 PM): Donovan Easton (Howard Rosenstein)

Saturday (1 PM until 4 PM) and Sunday (2 PM until 5 PM): Canadian Shield (Michel Brouillette).

Saturday (1 PM until 4 PM): The Canadian (Larry Vinette).

Sunday (1 PM until 4 PM): Acadia (Christina Sciortino).

Sunday (1 PM until 4 PM): Medusa Commander (Constantine Kourtidis).

Sunday (1 PM until 4 PM): Introducing Black Mantis (Season 2 Character)

We will have an exclusive Heroes of the North Omnibus 2 printed especially for the Comicon, on higher quality paper, and with a different cover than the one that will be in stores.

It will also have a different binding and a bonus story not found anywhere else. It will be expensive a little because it is a limited run of 100 - but if you preordered the book from us, bring your receipt with you and you will only pay the difference!

Be there or be square!

The Heroes of the North Team

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Episode 17: Monday, July 30, 2012

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Episode 17: Past and Present, starring the Canadian Shield (Michel Brouillette), Mengele/Medusa Commander (Constantine Kourtidis), Hortense Netter, CEO of Medusa Industries (Marie-Claude Bourbonnais) and Baxter (Ross Neil) amongst others, will finally be online this Monday, July 30, 2012! It has been a long time coming but it will be worthwhile we hope! Straddling the past during the end of World War II and the present, where Medusa Commander is planning is latest offensive, the episode explores the many facets of one of the main villains of the Heroes of the North universe.
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Additional Shooting - Canadian Shield

Today we shot the first of three days of additional shooting for the final storyline of Season One. It focused mostly on the Canadian Shield and his valiant escape from a Nazi underground bunker under siege by the Allies and their discovery of Hitler’s Underground City…

Hitler's Underground City

For more information about the Nazi underworld, watch this
documentary.
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Fleur-de-Lys Comic Layouts!

We received the layouts for the Fleur-de-Lys: Blooming comic which is drawn, colored and lettered by Olivier Raymond (who also did our vintage style Canadian Shield cover illustration for the Canadian Shield comic). We were literally blown away by the work so far and we are pretty excited by this comic which shows a little more in-depth the trial and tribulations of Fleur-de-Lys and her brothers, now and in the past. It is a great story by Yann Brouillette that is bound to leave no one indifferent, and the stunning work by Olivier Raymond is only bringing this comic to the next level, making it one of the best ones in the HOTN series so far, on par with the Crimson comic, if we may say so ourselves. We cannot wait to show you this one but in the meantime, as usual, here’s a look at the rough layouts to wet your appetite.


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