by BK Munn
Just like our memories of the past, these images are kind of out-of-focus. From Canadian Boy, Summer 1966. Canadian Boy, the Boy Scout’s official journal, was a refuge for a whole bunch of cartoonists from the Golden Age of Canadian magazine cartooning and comic books. In these pages you will find Vernon Miller, creator of one of the first Canadian superheroes, Iron Man. As well, I think that airplane double-page spread is my George M Rae. Plus, James Simpkins (Jasper), represented here by 3 regular features, “Chopper” the beaver strip, the ultra-boring “History of Canada” graphic serial, and a real-life scout strip.