August 29, 2015


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Brok Windsor: fantastic adventures in the Canadian wilderness

Maple Leaf Publishing's Better Comics featured the exploits of Brok WIndsor. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
The majority of Brok Windsor's adventures were printed in black and white, with colour covers. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Jon Stables was originally from the U.K. but grew up in Winnipeg. He became a professional illustrator and later moved to Vancouver, where he created Brok Windsor for Maple Leaf Publishing. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
John Stables' Brok Windsor (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Brok Windsor in Better Comics, seen here with Torgon, an aboriginal character who is also a giant from a futuristic society in the hidden world of Tarqua. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
The majority of Brok Windsor's adventures were printed in black and white, with colour covers. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Promotional ad for Brok Windsor in Better Comics (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
A Brok Windsor promotional ad for war savings stamps. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
 (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
A rare full-colour Brok Windsor adventure. The majority, like nearly all Canadian comic books of the era, were printed in black and white. (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Maple Leaf Publishing's Better Comics featured the exploits of Brok WIndsor. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
The majority of Brok Windsor's adventures were printed in black and white, with colour covers. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Jon Stables was originally from the U.K. but grew up in Winnipeg. He became a professional illustrator and later moved to Vancouver, where he created Brok Windsor for Maple Leaf Publishing. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
John Stables' Brok Windsor - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Brok Windsor in Better Comics, seen here with Torgon, an aboriginal character who is also a giant from a futuristic society in the hidden world of Tarqua. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
The majority of Brok Windsor's adventures were printed in black and white, with colour covers. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
Promotional ad for Brok Windsor in Better Comics - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
A Brok Windsor promotional ad for war savings stamps. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
- (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)
A rare full-colour Brok Windsor adventure. The majority, like nearly all Canadian comic books of the era, were printed in black and white. - (Courtesy of Hope Nicholson)

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