ANDERSON Ho Chi

ANDERSON Ho Chi

Born 1969, in London England, he moved with his family to Toronto in 1974.

He worked as a commercial illustrator from 1993 to 2001, then has worked as a general assignment reporter for the Toronto Star.

In 1993 he cartooned the first of a three volume biography on Martin Luther King which he finished in 2004. He has received a Harvey Best New Talent Award in 1991, a Best Graphic Album in 1995 and a Parent’s Choice Award in 1995.

He has also cartooned Young Hoods In Love in 1994, No Boy’s Club, 1998, and Scream Queen, a zombie novel in 2005. He has been a participant in the North Wing Project.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

BOOK GRAPHIC:

Content biography & Cover book front:

King, vol. 1. Fantagraphic Books, August 1993.

PERIODICAL TEXT & GAPHIC:

Content story graphic:

Canadian Notes & Queries, 108, Fall 2020: “The North Wing: Selections from the Lost Library of CanLit Graphic Novels Episode Twenty-Eight, Nalo Hopkinson’s’ Brown Girl In The Ring’’, as adapted by Ho Che Anderson.” 44-45.

 

GALLERY:

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C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\A\ANDERSDON Ho Che, Canadian Notes & Queries, 108, Fall 2020,45.jpgCanadian Notes & Queries, 108, Fall 2020: 45