As one of the judges, I was honored to partcipate in these selections.
It was also a big night for Hilda.
The Prism Awards recognize excellence in LGBTQAI+ comics.
Our reporter at Angoulême continues his account of this year’s festival.
The American Library Association announced the winners of the Youth Media Awards, a pantheon of honors celebrating books for a variety of readers and constituencies. The Newbery and Caldecott Medals are the best known of these awards, but there are many others. Announced early Monday morning at the Midwinter conference, recognition can generate sales and […]
It capped a great year for women cartoonists.
Our man on the scene muses on the place of kids comics in France and talks about the day’s prizewinners.
Celebrating LGBTQ representation in comics.
“The Golden Age of Science Fiction is 12.” —Peter Graham The Young Adult Library Services Association, a division of the American Library Association, has announced the titles of their Great Graphic Novel for Teens list for 2019! Dating back to 2007, YALSA has listed the Top Ten titles, as well as a (very) long list of […]
It’s official, Rumiko Takahashi, one of the all time great manga-ka, has won the Grand Prix at FIBD Angoulême. She beat out the other two finalists, Chris Ware and Emmanuel Gilbert. The honor, considered one of the greatest in comics, is a lifetime achievement award and also confers the honor of being the marshal of […]