The 25th annual Anthony Award winners were announced on Sunday at the 2011 Bouchercon World Mystery Convention in St. Louis, MO. THE CHILL by novelist Jason Starr, with art by Mick Bertilorenzi and cover by Lee Bermejo, won in the category Best Graphic Novel.
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The 25th annual Anthony Award nominees were announced today. Vertigo leads the 2011 BEST GRAPHIC NOVEL category with three nominees: Best Graphic Novel Sickness in the Family - Denise Mina – Vertigo Crime Beasts of Burden – Jill Thompson/Evan Dorkin – Dark Horse Richard Stark's Parker, Vol. 2: The Outfit –Darwyn Cooke - IDW Press The Chill - Jason Starr – Vertigo Crime Scalped Vol 6 - The Gnawing - Jason Aaron – Vertigo Tumor - Joshua Hale Fialkov/ Noel Tuazon - ARCHAIA STUDIOS PRESS
Vertigo Crime has published works from the likes of authors Ian Rankin, Brian Azzarello, Jason Starr, Christos Gage and many others. Today, we add two more titles to the ever growing list of excellent crime/mystery graphic novels. In RAT CATCHER by Andy Diggle (The Losers) and artist Victor Ibanez, an FBI agent and a notorious mob hitman become involved in a thriller with a twist that keeps the action moving and the characters playing a high stakes game of cat and mouse.
I think I've ever read," says Ed Brubaker, co-author of GOTHAM CENTRAL People are talking about THE CHILL, by Jason Starr and artist Mick Bertilorenzi, the next Vertigo Crime book to hit the streets in January 2010.
Now, once you’ve read Vertigo Crime’s FILTHY RICH and DARK ENTRIES be on the lookout for Jason Starr’s first graphic novel THE CHILL with art by Mick Bertilorenzi coming in January 2010. THE CHILL is bound to heat up the winter. [gallery link="file"]
Blame The Killer Inside Me. It’s spring of 1991 -- well, really winter since I was living in Ithaca, NY where it’s warm likes two weeks out of the year -- there was a big recession on, a war in Iraq, I was only working part-time (some things never change, right? jk) and I’m standing in an independent bookstore and this scary-ass face is staring back at me. It’s the cover to The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson. Never heard of him. But loved the jacket design (Day-Glo orange stripes with black type and a creepy black lizard on it) and so I picked it up.