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That’s a wrap

Twenty-two years after the irst instalment’s publication, cartoonist Seth says the release of his picture novel Clyde Fans marks a turning point in his career

There was little more than a hand-lettered sign on an abandoned ofice space when cartoonist Seth irst spotted Clyde Fans in downtown Toronto. Inside what remained of the mid-20th-century business hung two portraits that would inspire swaggering salesman Abe and his shrinking brother Simon, who became the protagonists of the illustrator’s long-running comic Clyde Fans. Both uneasily navigate the world against the backdrop of their failing family business.

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