Strong showing for British creators in Eisner Award nominees

The nominees for this year’s Eisner Awards have been revealed and include a number of terrific British creators, including John Allison, Jim Campbell, Alex de Campi, Al Ewing, Lee Garbett and Sean PhillipsContinue reading Strong showing for British creators in Eisner Award nominees

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Watchmen rarity on offer from comic creator Tim Pilcher in bid to attend San Diego Comic Con

Author, comics writer and editor Tim Pilcher has not one but two books nominated for an Eisner Awards this year – How Comics Work, co-written with comic artist and writer Dave Gibbons, which we really liked, and Deconstructing The Incal, co-edited with Alex Donoghue. It’s the first time Tim has ever been nominated for anContinue reading Watchmen rarity on offer from comic creator Tim Pilcher in bid to attend San Diego Comic Con

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Eisner Award Winners 2016

San Diego Comic Con saw the announcement of this year’s Eisner Award winners – and it was good news for Britain’s Sean Phillips, artist on The Fade Out, who co-won the award for Best Limited Series which is written by Ed Brubaker, earning him plenty of deserved kudos on Twitter; publisher SelfMadeHero for their editionContinue reading Eisner Award Winners 2016

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Delight For Brits nominated for Eisner Awards

The list of nominees for this year’s Eisner Awards has been announced and includes a number of British creators – and a nomination for the anthology 24 By 7, edited by Dan Berry and published by Fanfare, featuring strips created during the Lakes International Comic Art Festival‘s 24 Hour Comics Marathon in 2014. “Hand Me Down,” byContinue reading Delight For Brits nominated for Eisner Awards

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Eisner Awards 2015: The Winners

The winners of the Eisner Awards were announced at San Diego Comic Con last night. Sadly, no wins for terrific books such as Rob Davis The Motherless Oven or the wonderful anthology To End All Wars, but as well as other deserving winners this year, Taschen’s Winsor McCay’s Complete Little Nemo, edited by Alexander Braun won in the BestContinue reading Eisner Awards 2015: The Winners