Last night the first Harvey awards under the auspices of New York Comic Con were handed out and the winners are: Book of the Year: MONSTRESS by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda (Image) Digital Book of the Year – BARRIER by Brian K. Vaughn, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente (Panel Syndicate) Best Children or […]
My Favorite Thing is Monsters has won yet another award!
The 2018 Ignatz Awards Winners and a roundup of the issues surrounding the 2018 Small Press Expo
This year’s winner in the Joe Shuster Awards, honoring the best in Canadian comics, have just been announced. You can see the whole list with bios here, and a lot more information about the colorful panoply of Canadian Comics History but the winners are below: Writer / Scénariste JIM ZUB – AVENGERS 1.MU, SECRET EMPIRE UNITED 1, THUNDERBOLTS […]
As reported earlier, Marjorie M. Liu and Sana Takeda once again won the Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story, for Monstress, Volume 2: The Blood. The creative team won it last year for the inaugural volume, and the analysis and voting data can be found in my report from last year. The Hugo Awards are a fan […]
That makes one Harvey nomination and two Eisner nominations
Rising above the roiling tides of history, the 2018 Ignatz nominations are out, and they are, as always, a very deserving list of creators and titles some known, some exciting newcomers. It’s all worth exploring. The nominations were selected by a jury – Leila Abdelrazaq, kevin czap, Mita Mahato, Carolyn Nowak, and Taneka Stotts – and winners will be selected by […]
Wonder Woman also gets a Hugo
They’re here! The new, streamlined Harvey Award nominations. As opposed to the old traditional list of Inkers, Letters, etc, the new Harveys have only six categories, Book of the Year, Digital Book of the Year, Best Children or Young Adult Book, Best Adaptation from a Comic Book/Graphic Novel, Best Manga and Best European Book. The nominees […]
At his spotlight panel at the 218 San Diego Comic-Con, cartoonist Brian Fies revealed some news….and got a touching surprise that left everyone moved.