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Harvey Award Winners Announced

Sunday, Sep 28, 2008 at 4:22pm

The Harvey Awards, one of the comic industry's most venerable prizes, were awarded over the weekend of September 27th-28th at the Baltimore Comic Convention.

Categories: Awards, Graphic Novels


Simon Dark Volume 1: What Simon Does by Steve Niles and Scott Hampton

Wednesday, Aug 20, 2008 at 1:39pm

"Lurks in the shadows. Hides in the park. Simon. Simon. Simon Dark. If you're good he'll stay away. If you're bad he'll make you pay."

You can't help but singsong Niles' nursury rhyme in your head as you read this new offering from the creator of 30 Days of Night, Simon Dark.

Categories: Reviews, Staff Pick, Graphic Novels


Neil Gaiman's Coraline, a Graphic Novel adapted and illustrated by P. Craig Russell

Wednesday, Aug 06, 2008 at 6:51pm

$23.99 Add to Cart

Imagine this new graphic novel adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Coraline to be your own private movie; no one will be around to shush you when you shriek unexpectedly.

Categories: Reviews, Staff Pick, SciFi & Fantasy, New Releases, Graphic Novels


Eisner Award Winners Announced

Tuesday, Jul 29, 2008 at 11:09am

The Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were presented at San Diego's Comic Con International. Among the winners were Y the Last Man for Best Ongoing Series, The Umbrella Academy for Best Limited Series, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 for Best New Series.

David Petersen's Mouse Guard won both Best Series for Kids and its collected first volume won Best Reprinted Graphic Album.

Ed Brubaker received the Eisner for Best Writer, Pia Guerra and Jose Marzan Jr.--the pencil and inking team on Y the Last Man--won for their collaboration, while James Jean was awarded the Best Cover Artist prize for his work on Fables and The Umbrella Academy.

You will find a complete listing of the Eisner winners here.

Categories: Awards, Graphic Novels

Elfquest Movie in the Works

Thursday, Jul 10, 2008 at 9:56am

Warner Brothers has tapped Rawson Thurber to bring Wendy and Richard Pini's creations to the big screen. Thurber, the writer/director for Dodgeball, will produce, write and direct the Elfquest fantasy feature. The Pinis, who started Elfquest by self-publishing it in 1978, have since seen their characters find homes at both Marvel and DC Comics.

Categories: SciFi & Fantasy, movies, Graphic Novels


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