BLAIR Barry

BLAIR Barry

Born 1 January 1954 in Ottawa.

During his childhood, he moved back and forth between Canada and southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, etc.

Cartoonist of “Samurai“, and co-founder of Aircel Publishing.

Died 3 January 2010 of an aneurism.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC:

Content serial & Cover front:

Warlock 5,..: “Warlock 5.” Let., Edwin Mark. Aircel Publishing Ltd a division of Malibu Graphics Ltd. Black & white.
20, 1989. 21, 1989. Bk. II-3. Aug. 1989.

PENCILLER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:                                                                          Publisher Renegade Press.

Content story:

Gene Day’s Black Zeppelin, 1-5, Oct. 1986: “Between Two Worlds.” Writ., Gordon Derry. In., David Day: 21-31.

WRITER & PENCILLER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content serial:

Warlock 5 …:. In., Jim Somerville. Aircel Publishing Ltd. Black & white
18, 1988. 19, 1988.

CO-WRITER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC:

Content serial:

Warlock 5 …: “…” …Aircel Publishing Ltd. Black & white
16, 1988: “Warlock 5.” Co-writ., Charles de Lint Pen., Dale Keown. In., Jim Somerville. Let., Mike Charbonneau.

17, 1988: “Warlock 5.”Co-writ., C. de Lint. Pen., D. Keown. In., Jim Somerville. Let., M. Charbonneau.

CO-LAYOUT & PENCILLER:

Content serial:

Warlock 5 …: “…” … Aircel Publishing Ltd. Black & white
14, 1988: “Moving Be Like Water.” Writ., Charles de Lint. Co-lay. & Pen., Patrick McEown. In., Jim Somerville. Let., Mike Charbonneau.

CO-FINISH ARTIST:

Content serial:

Warlock 5 …: “…” … Aircel Publishing Ltd. Black & white
15, 1988: “Still Be Like A Mirror.” Writ., Charles de Lint. Pen., Patrick McEown. In., Jim Somerville.                         Co-fin. Art, Patrick McEown Let., Mike Charbonneau.

SOURCE:

Article newspaper:

Toronto Star, 27 Feb.1987: “Here’s your guide to superheroes of Canadian comics.” D6.

Web:

“Aircel Comics.” Wikipedia the free encyclopedia, 23 Dec. 2017. Acc., 4 April 2018.

“Barry Blair.” Wikipedia the free encyclopedia, 11 March 2018. Accessed 4 April 2018.

“Barry Blair.” Comic Vine. Accessed 4 April 2018.

“Malibu Comics.” Wikipedia the free encyclopedia, 28 March 2018. Acc., 4 April 2018.