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Posted March 06, 2019 08:29:25 It’s no secret that we’re obsessed with Tiger.

A little over two years ago, a Toronto-based news organization, CBC News, released a study that estimated that the world’s first tiger comic strip, Tiger, had been read by 5.5 million people in Canada and the U.S. alone.

The study also found that the strip was the most popular Canadian cartoon in the last two months of 2016.

Now, after a successful launch on Facebook earlier this year, Tiger is now the most read Canadian cartoon on the platform.

With the release of the new book, Tiger in the Heart, by Tim Rogers, and the publication of the book’s accompanying website, Tiger’s Guide to the World, the Toronto-born author has finally put his stamp on the beloved tiger comic, bringing to life the world of the tiger and the many, many different ways it’s depicted.

“I think that we need to acknowledge that the tiger has been a part of human history for thousands of years,” Rogers said, speaking about the importance of the comic in the history of animals.

The book will include a number of classic Tiger-related strips, including the original 1966 issue, which featured the tiger fighting an angry bear, and a later issue that featured the iconic tiger chasing the villainous Mr. Freeze. “

Tiger’s presence in our everyday lives is not just because he’s an iconic figure, it also has a history of being a symbol of hope, a symbol that inspires people to go out and do great things, and to make their lives better.”

The book will include a number of classic Tiger-related strips, including the original 1966 issue, which featured the tiger fighting an angry bear, and a later issue that featured the iconic tiger chasing the villainous Mr. Freeze.

The book also includes the story of Tiger’s rise to fame in the 1980s, the iconic strip that debuted in 1965.

The tiger also makes a brief appearance in the film, 1989’s “Tigers All the Way Down,” and the film’s final scene features Tiger in a tuxedo.

“There’s no better time to celebrate the life of Tiger than right now, right now,” said Rogers.

“We can’t wait to bring Tiger’s story to life with this book.”

The author hopes to raise the profile of the animal and the art of drawing, as well as the ability of the public to find and share information on the animals they love.

“This book is a celebration of a symbol and the life that it has given us,” he said.

“If people find a way to share this information, we’re happy.

We want to make this accessible to as many people as possible.”

The Tiger guide will also include a chapter on “The Art of the Tiger,” with an introduction by Rogers.

Rogers said the book will also tackle topics such as the evolution of the art and its evolution from a comic strip to an art form, as he and his team explore the history and evolution of drawing.

The Tiger Guide to Canada is available for pre-order now at Amazon.ca and will be available to order through the end of the month.

In addition to a Tiger guide, Rogers will also be writing a book about his favourite animal characters, including tigers and bears.

“The most important part of my work as a cartoonist is that I get to draw something that I love and want to share with people,” he explained.

“And I’m going to be able to tell a story that is inspiring and that will hopefully resonate with a lot of people.”

Rogers will continue to develop the Tiger comic into a series of graphic novels.

He said the series is currently in the development stages, and that he hopes to have the first graphic novel available in the fall.

The full Tiger book is scheduled to be released in 2017.