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The Harvey Awards have announced their nominees for this year's awards. Named in honor of the late Harvey Kurtzman, the awards will be presented August 28 in Baltimore, in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con.
In pursuit of his father and using what his cohort Savoy calls “Literary GPS,” Tom travels the streets of London in a maze made out of stories—from Shakespeare to Fielding to Malory…to Taylor? And Lizzie finds herself wandering through a Dickens novel in search of a past she thought she'd left behind. What’s it all mean?
If you’re heading to San Diego for Comic Con International you want to be prepared, right? So take a moment to mark your paper or electronic calendar and get ready to attend some of the most exciting Vertigo panels ever!
It's all over, all over again, so soon?
Every time I think about Demo I'm reminded of how I got into comics in the first place. Parts of this story a lot of you have heard before, because the question is a very common one asked in interviews. But I'm going to try and go a little deeper, since it helps explain Demo.
First off, thanks to everyone at Vertigo for supporting my new book and letting me have this extra venue to talk about it. Over the next few days I’ll try to go into as much of the interesting details of my creative process as I can.
If you haven't read the graphic novel yet, now's your chance!
Win a copy of NEIL YOUNG’S GREENDALE written by Josh Dysart with art by Cliff Chiang!
Hey Everyone! There’s a big announcement on THE SOURCE blog today and I bet you’re wondering why I’m writing about it. Well, let’s just say, it has to do with a fan favorite character from SANDMAN, British writer Paul Cornell, best known for Doctor Who, and I think you’re really gonna like it.
My colleague Alex Segura says it best:
So here we are again, the end of another DEMO series. When Brian first came to me with the idea for the original 12 issues, I knew it was something exciting; not only that, but it really spoke to me in such a way that I knew I had to be involved.
Ever since issue #1 I've wanted to know more about the seemingly heartless killer we know as Jepperd. In the most intense issue of SWEET TOOTH yet, all of Jepperd's secrets are finally revealed as he recalls the most horrendous time of his life and the vicious events that made him the man he is today.