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Category Archives: Awards
Got an independent, small press comic you’d like to submit for consideration for Small Press Expo’s Ignatz Awards? Well then, hop to it – it’s time to submit y’all! Read on for all the 411 from the Ignatz committee!
The American Film Institute has just released its list of winners from 2018! Ten films and ten television programs have been selected, as well as a special award for the film Roma. Here’s the info on what these awards signify, … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again kids. Time for the bestest indie comics gathering to announce their best of picks. Or as I like to think of it, Goodreads Queue Expander Season! Because SPX just dropped their nominations for their … Continue reading
David Petersen makes some incredible comics. Mouse Guard is absolutely awesome and you need to read it Right Now if you haven’t already gotten hooked. Now he’ll be the keynote speaker at the first ever Ringo Awards during Baltimore Comic-Con! … Continue reading
There’s a new awards kid in town. And I’m really digging the name. It’s the Ringo Awards, and these awards were created to celebrate ” the creativity, skill, and fun of comics.” And who isn’t down for that? The awards will … Continue reading
It’s that time of year kiddies; time to see who nabbed Harvey Awards! The nominee slate was pretty amazing, so it’s no surprise that the winners are top-notch. Saga led the night with four wins, and March: Book Two grabbed … Continue reading
Here they are, folks! This year’s Ignatz Award nominees! The Ignatz awards “recognizes exceptional work that challenges popular notions of what comics can achieve”, and this year’s nominees do that and more. I’m especially happy to see Super Mutant Magic … Continue reading