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2014 EISNER AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED: IMAGE LEADS, STRONG SHOWINGS FROM DARK HORSE AND VERTIGO
San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 is looming just over the horizon, and that means that it’s almost time for the annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. Today, the nominees were announced, and Image Comics led the pack with 20 nominations across all categories, including four out of five of the nominations for Best Continuing Series, with the remaining spot going to Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye at Marvel.
Also interesting to note: While there were several nominations for Vertigo titles like Trillium and The Wake, DC’s “New 52″ line of superhero titles was almost completely shut out, with their only nod coming from Scott Snyder’s nomination for Best Writer.
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comicsalliance:

2014 EISNER AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED: IMAGE LEADS, STRONG SHOWINGS FROM DARK HORSE AND VERTIGO

San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 is looming just over the horizon, and that means that it’s almost time for the annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. Today, the nominees were announced, and Image Comics led the pack with 20 nominations across all categories, including four out of five of the nominations for Best Continuing Series, with the remaining spot going to Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye at Marvel.

Also interesting to note: While there were several nominations for Vertigo titles like Trillium and The Wake, DC’s “New 52″ line of superhero titles was almost completely shut out, with their only nod coming from Scott Snyder’s nomination for Best Writer.

READ THE WHOLE LIST

markandrewsmith:

This is still one of my favorite Gladstone’s pieces:
Ghost Girl from ‘Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors’ colored by Shawncee McCoy. Art by Armand Villavert. 
I’m getting started writing book 4, and this book is more Ghost Girl and Mummy Girl centered.  

markandrewsmith:

This is still one of my favorite Gladstone’s pieces:

Ghost Girl from ‘Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors’ colored by Shawncee McCoy. Art by Armand Villavert. 

I’m getting started writing book 4, and this book is more Ghost Girl and Mummy Girl centered.  

milonogiannis:

germainetrain:

joekeatinge:

milonogiannis:

OLD CITY BLUES Volume 2 is out in print on November 13.  I made a quick thing to celebrate.  Tell your friends!

I cannot wait for this. Giannis is one of my absolute favorite creators working today.

Milonogianis did the music too, and it’s pretty good.

Hey, remember this? That was fun to do.

(I feel like I should be talking about OCB more on here. And thanks for all the kind words and for sharing this little thing.)

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marcellerby:

Have you heard about CBBC’s adaptation of Henry Winkler’s HANK ZIPZER books? Last year ol adamcadwell and I were asked by the production team if they could use some of our comic pages as set decoration. Of course we said yes as this is a series created by and starring THE FONZ/BARRY ZUCKERKORN.

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comicgenesis:

This is what comics reviewer Oliver Ristau said of the art of Genesis:
I love your art, reminded me partially of Spanish and Italian artists from the 1970’s like Carlos Giménez (mostly ‘Dany Futuro’) or Ferdinando Tacconi (‘Gli Aristocratici’ here). Thought as well of British traditions that tend to show up occasionally in your artwork, see Vulcan serials. Your scribbled lines appear as if you’re constructing multi-layered foundations backing feverish nightmares while using kerosene instead of ink. In some contrarian way those lines seem almost tenderly by tracing the contours of a beloved thing with caressing glances (i.e. small building bricks). I also like the establishing of a very detailed and anatomical view and then switching to a downward maelstrom with a page architecture that’s complementing on it.

I could’ve said it in a way less complicated: i loved it

beyondthespheres:

comicgenesis:

This is what comics reviewer Oliver Ristau said of the art of Genesis:

I love your art, reminded me partially of Spanish and Italian artists from the 1970’s like Carlos Giménez (mostly ‘Dany Futuro’) or Ferdinando Tacconi (‘Gli Aristocratici’ here). Thought as well of British traditions that tend to show up occasionally in your artwork, see Vulcan serials. Your scribbled lines appear as if you’re constructing multi-layered foundations backing feverish nightmares while using kerosene instead of ink. In some contrarian way those lines seem almost tenderly by tracing the contours of a beloved thing with caressing glances (i.e. small building bricks). I also like the establishing of a very detailed and anatomical view and then switching to a downward maelstrom with a page architecture that’s complementing on it.

I could’ve said it in a way less complicated: i loved it

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drakontomalloi:

Claude Monet - Child near the Ark. 1857

drakontomalloi:

Claude Monet - Child near the Ark. 1857

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chezniimura:

The 10 recent comics by young authors I’d take to a deserted island (in no particular order):

-“Streakers” by Nick Maandag

-“Bokura No Funkasai” by Sinzo Keigo

-“El Banyan Rojo” by Carlos Vermut

-“Sunny Sunny Ann!” by Miki Yamamoto

-“Girl Apocalypse” by Angie Wang

-“Polina” by Bastien Vivès

-“King City” by Brandon Graham

-“Cenizas” by Álvaro Ortiz

-“Aventuras De Un Oficinista Japonés” by José Domingo

-“Pretty Deadly” by Emma Ríos and Kelly Sue Deconnick

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chezniimura:

The 10 recent comics by veteran authors I’d take to a deserted island (in no particular order):

-“Paying for it” by Chester Brown

-“Sunny” by Taiyo Matsumoto

-“I Am A Hero” by Kengo Hanazawa

-“Portugal” by Cyril Pedrosa

-“Historias Del Barrio” by Gabi Beltrán and Bartolomé Seguí

-“Jolies Tenèbres” by Kerascoët and Fabien Velhmann

-“Battling Boy” by Paul Pope

-“Goliath” by Tom Gauld

-“L’intervista” by Manuele Fior

-“Rébétiko” by David Prudhomme

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imagecomics:

Tony and Ibrahim by Mike Norton CHEW and REVIVAL are crossing over on May 28!

imagecomics:

Tony and Ibrahim by Mike Norton
CHEW and REVIVAL are crossing over on May 28!

kurtiswiebe:

Rat Queens #6 Preview! We’re back in action May 7th with our brand new arc “The Far Reaching Tentacles of N’Rygoth. Prepare your feels, we’re diving deep into what makes these women who they are. 

Still lots of jokes.

100% more feels.

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