ONE OF the more essential obligations of a hall of fame is to illuminate anew the world-class talents that generations may have forgotten. This week, the Will Eisner Comic Awards Hall of Fame fulfilled that function brilliantly. That’s because too few fans of American pop culture recognize the name Jackie Ormes. Born more a century ago […]
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Here is the awards show's post. Jackie Ormes (1911-1985) was the first African-American woman to have a newspaper strip, Dixie To Harlem, featuring the iconic character Torchy Brown. She was a giant of the African-American newspaper industry when it was at its most powerful and most widely read. Show More Summary
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Comic-Con has posted this year's slate of Eisner Awards judges and program administrator has sent out a piece of publicity in support of the announcement. They are: Candice Mack, manager of system-wide Young Adult Services at the LA...Show More Summary
Eisner Award-winning Marguerite Sauvage is writing and illustrating the first holiday special for Valiant’s Faith – Faith’s Winter Wonderland Special. As cheer fills the air, Faith “Zephyr” Herbert is about to take a trip down the rabbit...Show More Summary
Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez were inducted into the Eisner Awards’ Hall of Fame last month, recognizing their cartooning excellence and specifically their sprawling work on Love And Rockets. Their Fantagraphics series debuted 35 years...Show More Summary
The Eisner Awards were handed out last Friday, and I have to say, I’m feeling just a little bit smug. No, I didn’t win anything. There is no Eisner Award for the Best Procrastinating by a Writer. However, quite a few of the prizes went to people and projects that I championed as an Eisner […]
Once again, March won an Eisner Award, and once again, Rep. John Lewis and his co-creators held a panel. But this year was different. The post SDCC: March Creators Blend the Personal and the Political appeared first on CBR.
From new comic series to graphic novels for kids, here are the Eisner Award winners for the best of the best in comics and graphic novels.
SINGAPORE-BASED cartoonist Sonny Liew picked up three Eisner Awards to stand among the top winners Friday night in San Diego, during an industry ceremony held in conjunction with Comic-Con International. Liew told The Post’s Comic Riffs that he was feeling “a mix of elation and disbelief for most part,” and that he was “still letting […]
The message from Eisner Awards voters and winners was simple enough: Comics are for everybody, and can be made by anybody. But it’s a complicated world. Actor and comedian Wayne Brady, a surprise guest Friday at the Oscars of comics, recalled a Hollywood studio meeting at which a man was surprised...
The winners of the 2017 Eisner Awards have been announced and there is some damn fine work represented. These are the comics and series you should be reading along with all your monthly favorites. This is also a great list to recommend to others who ask you what they should be reading. Check out the […]
Last night's Eisner winners include Sonny Liew, Fiona Staples, Jill Thompson, Ryan North, Erica Henderson, Love is Love, and Tom King.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples's Saga took home four Eisners, and Jack Kirby received a posthumous Bill Finger Excellence in Comics Writing Award. The post Saga Ruled the 2017 Eisners, Winning Four Awards appeared first on CBR.
Congratulations are due to our own Oliver Sava, Caitlin Rosberg, Shea Hennum, and Tegan O’Neil, who just won a 2017 Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism! The awards were held earlier tonight at the epicenter ofShow More Summary
The book is nominated for six Eisner awards at Comic-Con, the most of any book this year
When her editors at Valiant Comics called Jody Houser in May to tell her that she and her collaborators on “Faith” had been nominated for best new series in the Eisner Awards, the comic industry’s version of the Oscars, Houser said a rush of mixed emotions swept over her as the news sank in. “It […]