(December 1995)

Nuage Editions, 1995 Series
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Volume:
?
Price:
9.95
Pages:
68
Indicia frequency:
?
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
?
Brand:
?
ISBN:
0-921833-44-X Search at WorldCat
Barcode:
?
Color:
Colour cover; Black and White interior
Dimensions:
Large Digest size (6" x 9")
Binding:
Perfect Bound

Issue Notes

Tagline is "Making the World safe for Apostrophes!" Angloman was published shortly after the Quebec secession referendum of October 30, 1995, in which the No votes surpassed the Oui votes by about 1%.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Angloman / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Colors:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; West Island Lad; Poutinette
Keywords:
political

Foreword (Table of Contents)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Terry Mosher [as Aislin]
Pencils:
Terry Mosher [as Aislin]
Inks:
Terry Mosher [as Aislin]
Letters:
?

Officially Registered Superheroes (Table of Contents)

Angloman / character profile / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman (Eaton M. McGill); West Island Lad (Jason Nirvana); Poutinette (Thérese Papineau); The Northern Magus (Pierre Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister); Power Chin (Brian Mulroney, Canadian Prime Minister); Le Capitaine Souche (Jacques Parizeau, Premier of Quebec); Blocman (Lucien Bouchard, Founder of the Bloc Québecois) Super Mario Boy (Mario Dumont, Leader of the Action Démocratique provincial party); Canada!Man (Jean Chrétien, Canadian Prime Minister); Dr. No; Bob Ray (Bob Rae, NDP Ontario Premier); Sgt. Preston of the Loonies
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Other characters include: Major Westmount (Sworthington-McGill)

Prologue (Table of Contents)

Angloman / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Synopsis:
Quebec City has lost the 2002 Winter Olympics. They have already lost their beloved Nordiques. Montreal shall learn what humiliation really means.
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

This page is a prologue to the next story.

A Legend Is Born (Table of Contents)

Angloman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; West Island Lad; Poutinette
Synopsis:
From his Fortress of Two Solitudes in the former headquarters of the Sunlife Assurance Company, Angloman drags West Island Lad to battle a unilingual robotic menace destroying the Big O (Olympic Stadium). With Poutinette, the robots are defeated, but paperwork from La Régie des superhéros et pouvoirs surhumains may do in our heroes.
Keywords:
political

Boys' Night Out (Table of Contents)

Angloman / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; Anglohound; Pierre Trudeau (as Northern Magus); Brian Mulroney (as Power Chin); Ronald Reagan (as Ronnie Raygun); Nancy Reagan (as Mommy Raygun)
Synopsis:
The Northern Magus is taunting Power Chin, threatening Westmount.
Keywords:
political

Banzai Dude! (Table of Contents)

West Island Lad / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; West Island Lad; NDG Ninja; Keanu Reeves
Synopsis:
On patrol in NDG, West Island Lad is attacked by the NDG Ninja (formerly the Snowdon Ninja, until he moved).
Keywords:
political

Slaves of the Ice Queen (Table of Contents)

Poutinette / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Michel Lacombe
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Poutinette; Céline Dion (as Claudine Dionne); René Angélil (as René Diabolin)
Synopsis:
A "Quarters" restaurant opens next to La Princess de la Petate. Poutine discovers that Claudine and René plan to enslave the world with junk food and junk music. Poutinette uses cholesterol with success against everyone but even her poutine does not work on the Ice Queen, who does not gain weight. Poutinette finally defeats Quebec's Princess of Pop by pointing out that she sings in English almost all the time and has become...an anglophone.
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Poutine (POO-TEEN) is made from French fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Nickels is a chain of restaurants owned by Céline Dion.

A Question of Danger (Table of Contents)

Capitaine Souche / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Michel Lacombe
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Capitaine Souche; Bloc Man; Super Mario Boy; Dr. No; Canada!Man; Bob Ray
Synopsis:
The Hellish Rockers are causing problems and our superheroes disagree about how to deal with them.
Keywords:
political

Future...imparfait (Table of Contents)

Angloman / comic story / 14 pages (report information)

Script:
Mark Shainblum
Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Eric Theriault; Michel Lacombe (backgrounds)
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; Capitaine Souche; West Island Lad; Angry Anglo; Northern Magus; Major Westmount; Capitaine Catholique
Synopsis:
Capitaine Souche has a flashback to a traumatic childhood experience in a department store: in Eaton's, people spoke English. The Angry Anglo goes crazy about street name changes (St. James to St. Jacques, and Dorchester! Dorchester!), but Angloman calms him with the Richlergun. The Northern Magus sends them all back to 1948 where Angloman gives Eaton's employees French lessons, but Major Westmount and Capitaine Catholique argue against bilingualism, but the future has been changed.
Keywords:
political

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Angloman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Gabriel Morrissette
Inks:
Gabriel Morrissette

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman
Keywords:
political

[Back Cover] (Table of Contents)

Angloman / character profile / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
?
Inks:
?
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
humour; advocacy; satire-parody; superhero
Characters:
Angloman; Mark Shainblum; Gabriel Morrissette
Synopsis:
Profiles of Angloman and the authors.
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Includes a quote from Terry Mosher (as Aislin): "Angloman is a successful merge of comic strip fantasy with the cutting quality of political cartooning."

Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Angloman
  2. 1. Foreword
  3. 2. Officially Registered Superheroes
    Angloman
  4. 3. Prologue
    Angloman
  5. 4. A Legend Is Born
    Angloman
  6. 5. Boys' Night Out
    Angloman
  7. 6. Banzai Dude!
    West Island Lad
  8. 7. Slaves of the Ice Queen
    Poutinette
  9. 8. A Question of Danger
    Capitaine Souche
  10. 9. Future...imparfait
    Angloman
  11. 10. [no title indexed]
    Angloman
  12. 11. [Back Cover]
    Angloman
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