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Full 2020 Eisner Award Winner List From SDCC Revealed

Full 2020 Eisner Award Winner List From SDCC Revealed

Bleeding Cool is here to break the news coming out of SDCC, as the 2020 Eisner Award winner list is revealed Read on to find out who won Eisner each category first, along with the list of nominees.[caption id="attachment_1241220" align="aligncenter" width="600"] It's Eisner night! Be the first to hear who won the Eisner[...]

Dieselfunk Dispatch: John Jennings Talks Box of Bones and Making Monstrosities

Dieselfunk Dispatch: John Jennings Talks Box of Bones and Making Monstrosities

Greetings, Dieselfunkateers! John Jennings, artist of the graphic novelization of Octavia Butler's Kindred (done with writer Damian Duffy), took a moment to chat with the Dispatch about the upcoming Box of Bones and to share a bit of Butler news. Box of Bones, co-created with Ayize Jama-Everett, is published by Rosarium Publishing.   DD: What […]

4 Kids Walk Into San Diego Comic-Con And Make Bank &#8211 Over $350 Worth

4 Kids Walk Into San Diego Comic-Con And Make Bank – Over $350 Worth

Black Mask Press have become masters at the making of collectibles for comic book conventions, especially those written by Matthew Rosenberg. And San Diego Comic-Con 2016 has been no exception. Tomorrow's Ashes #1 has sold for $50 Young Terrorists #2 has a confirmed sale elsewhere of $30. The Forevers #1 has a confirmed sale elsewhere […]

Kate Bea-Ton Down Humor Barriers At San Diego Comic-Con

Kate Bea-Ton Down Humor Barriers At San Diego Comic-Con

By Marilyn WeissFirst of all, I would like to congratulate Kate Beaton on her Eisner win On Friday night, Beaton became the first woman to independently win for Best Humor Publication Fresh off of her win, Beaton sat down to give her fans to talk about her life, her work and her upcoming projects.Beaton is[...]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Coloring

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Coloring

When coloring, it's always a good idea to use a scheme that appropriately matches the tone of the comic. One does not color Batman in rainbow attire (unless written that way by Morrison), but rather in the traditional black, dark blues, and grays. Color can make or break a comic, and really helps make the […]


Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best U.S. Edition Of International Material

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best U.S. Edition Of International Material

While Blacksad is always a crowd pleaser, it’s Beautiful Darkness’ turn to shine at the Eisners this year It’s a great representation of European comics, and wonderfully translated for English speaking audiences to enjoy.Who I think should have been nominated: Arsene Schrauwen, by Olivier Schrauwen (Fantagraphics)I’ll be honest, I didn’t know who to recommend for this[...]


Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Reality-Based Work

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Reality-Based Work

Sometimes readers want to read a biography or a history book, but don't necessarily want to look at hundreds of pages of just tiny little words. Sometimes, readers also need a break from the tights and capes. Why not combine the best of both worlds and read a comic that focuses on a subject you […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Anthology

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Anthology

With so many talented artists who helped contribute to this project, it’s a crime it wasn’t nominated for any Eisners this year.Who do you think should win / been nominated?Cameron Hatheway is a reviewer and the host of Cammy’s Comic Corner, an audio podcast You can wake him up from reading the Little Nemo anthology[...]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Publication For Kids (Ages 8-12)

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Publication For Kids (Ages 8-12)

My mother is a 3rd grade teacher, and anytime I'm done reviewing a graphic novel aimed at kids that I've been sent by a publisher, I donate it to her classroom. I always feel good about this, because a part of me feels like I'm encouraging a small group of kids to continue on the […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Limited Series

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Limited Series

While it's nice to have a couple of ongoing series queued up in your pull box, sometimes just settling with a limited series can make for a nice break in the cycle. These are series that have a shelf life of only a few issues, then they're off to be collected in a trade paperback […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Continuing Series

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Continuing Series

Continuing on with the Countdown (see what I did there?), this week we'll be focusing on the Best Continuing Series category. For the past two years Saga has reigned supreme, salting the earth so the rest of the nominees don't stand a chance. However, this year just may be the year someone else wins it. […]

The Winner Of The 2017 Eisner For Best Graphic Novel Patience By Dan Clowes

The Winner Of The 2017 Eisner For Best Graphic Novel, Patience By Dan Clowes

Previously teased, Fantagraphics will be publishing a brand new original graphic novel from Dan Clowes next year, called Patience. The acclaimed comic creator of Eightball, Ghost World, Like A Velvet Glove Cast In Iron, Dan Pussey and Shia Labeouf's wet dreams, a new work from Dan Clowes is something to be truly anticipated. Patience is an […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Single Issue Or One-Shot

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Single Issue Or One-Shot

At the end of the day either you love Morrison’s writing or you hate it, you can’t have it both ways according the internets.Who I think will win: The Multiversity: Pax Americana #1, by Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely (DC)It’s a breath of fresh air compared to the rest of the nominees, and the dynamic duo[...]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 &#8211 Best Short Story

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Short Story

Welcome to the first article of many, as we slowly countdown to the Eisner awards I’ll keep this intro short, since the subject this time around is Best Short Story It can be easy for some to spend an entire issue, volume, or series crafting the perfect memorable story For others, all they need is[...]

The Countdown To The Eisners Begins For 2015

The Countdown To The Eisners Begins For 2015

For those of you unfamiliar, I’ve done a somewhat regular column for Bleeding Cool every other year focusing on the Eisner awards, giving my opinion on who should win, could win, and should have been nominated.I’m not going to lie, I’m no Nate Silver My predictions for the winners were about half right in recent[...]

Eisner Awards 2013 Nominations Are Open

Eisner Awards 2013 Nominations Are Open

The Eisner Awards 2013 have opened nominations for this year's awards, to be presented at San Diego Comic Con. The tentative categories include best short story, best single issue, best continuing comic book series (at least two issues must have been published in 2012), best limited series (at least half of the series must have been[...]

Countdown To The Eisners by Cameron Hatheway: Best New Series

Countdown To The Eisners by Cameron Hatheway: Best New Series

Earlier this year when the Eisner nominees were announced, one category was noticeably absent; the Best New Series category Rage was spewing on Twitter and message boards from both fans and creators alike, flabbergasted at the naiveté of the Eisner judges and their supposed ignorance of several great new series, let alone the entire 52[...]

Countdown To The Eisners by Cameron Hatheway &#8211 Best Graphic Album

Countdown To The Eisners by Cameron Hatheway – Best Graphic Album

Pérez definitely had Henson’s vision when working on this project, and the end product is a thing of excellence.Who could win: Habibi, by Craig Thompson (Pantheon) Who I think should have been nominated:Infinite Kung Fu, by Kagan McLeod (Top Shelf) Best Graphic Album - ReprintBig Questions, by Anders Nilsen (Drawn & Quarterly) The Death Ray, by Dan Clowes[...]