Changing the Way We Look at Comics

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

A group of comic-book enthusiasts in Toronto is hoping to change the way people perceive the art form. The Canada Comics Open Library, which boasts a collection of more than 700 books, opened last month. Its founders, as Ontario Hubs field reporter Jeyan Jeganathan explains, see comics as a medium rather than a narrowly defined genre - and the CCOL's diverse collection reflects that.
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