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The Full 2020 Eisner Award Winners Revealed at SDCC
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. It's Eisner night! Be the first to hear who won the Eisner Winner list revealed for 2020 Eisner[...]
Kate Bea-Ton Down Humor Barriers At San Diego Comic-Con
By Marilyn Weiss First 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 – 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 – 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 – 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 – 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
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
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
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 – 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 – Reprint Big Questions, by Anders Nilsen (Drawn & Quarterly) The Death Ray, by Dan Clowes[...]
FREE: The Eisner-Nominated Princeless #1
It's been nominated for an Eisner Twice The trade paperback collection is coming Soon I'll be buying a copy for my daughters Both of them. And now, here is the first issue, complete, for free on Bleeding Cool Princeless from Action Lab Comics by Jeremy "The Order of Dagonet" Whitley and M Goodwin. Still waiting for your prince[...]
Meet The Eisner Awards Judges For 2012
Here are the judges for next years Eisner Awards, to be held at the San Diego Comic Con! In Western-traditional reading order, they are… Brigid Alverson, comics journalist and reviewer After earning an MFA in printmaking, Brigid worked as a book editor and later as a newspaper reporter She started MangaBlog to keep track of her[...]
Read Eisner Nominated Afrodisiac For Free
So what happens when your comic is nominated for an Eisner for Best Humour Publication… but it's out of print? And a new print is a long way away? And you'd like potential Eisner voters to read the book before casting judgement? Why, you put it online, for free Enjoy. So what happens when your comic[...]