The centerpiece of the show, programmed by the Hand-Eye Society, is a series of games created by comics artists and game-makers. You can get glimpses of the games in the trailer above. And all of the artwork will be available as prints, too. You can find out more about the show at Fort90, the site run by friend-of-Kotaku Matt Hawkins.
And if you're in Toronto, be sure to go to the closing reception on Thursday at Magic Pony so you can check out the games firsthand. If you miss the Magic Pony happening, all of the Comic vs. Games art and games will also be at the Toronto Comics Art Festival this weekend.