About Diana

Diana Tamblyn is a Joe Shuster and Ignatz-nominated cartoonist who has been actively writing and drawing comics for over 14 years. She’s exhibited her comics at small press fairs and comic book shows in both Canada and the US, and has had artwork displayed in various group and solo shows. In 2005, She was chosen by the Globe and Mail as a Canadian cartoonist to watch.

She is the recipient of a Canada Council Grant, a London Arts Council Grant, is the founder of the “Ting Comic and Graphic Arts Festival” in London, Ontario, has served on the Ontario Arts Council Jury and recently curated the show “Words and Pictures: Cartoonists from Southwest Ontario” for Museum London.

Her latest comic project is "From Earth to Babylon: The Story of Gerald Bull and the Supergun". This is a historical based work on the life of Canadian Gerald Bull - considered to be one of the most brilliant artillery scientists of the 20th century. His work on artillery led him across the globe, from Canada to the Pentagon, Barbados, South Africa and Iraq - where he ultimately developed the "Supergun" for Saddam Hussein. He was assassinated in Brussels in 1990 by two shots to the head and three in the back, and was never able to finish his dream project. Diana has been awarded a Canada Council Grant to assist in the production of this work in progress.

Currently living in London, Ont, she works as a web producer. She graduated from Concordia University in 1994 with a BFA in Film Animation.

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