The cover of Jr. Jays Magazine, Fall 1997.
Thanks to Ed Conroy, the publisher of the The Magazine, a monthly magazine for kids, and former Jr. Jays writer, I was able take a look back at Jr. Jays Magazine this week for Torontoist.
CPG (Community Programs Group), The Magazine's parent company, published Jr. Jays from 1993 to 1998, and continued running the comic as a side feature in The Magazine until 2000. They also published the anti-drug themed Canadian Spider-Man comics that ran in the late-80s and early-90s.
You can check out my full article here. Or you can check out more images with snarky comments after the break.
Spider-Man in Winnipeg? It happened.
MLB contracts the Green Goblin to take out the Montreal Expos.
BJ Birdie gets kidnapped by Dr. Jay's evil doppelganger, the Green Nemesis.
Images courtesy of Ed Conroy.
Monday, October 19, 2009
By Stephen M.