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Asterios Polyp, Urasawa, Irredeemable, Unwritten top the 2010 Eisner nominations

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Eisner Awards

The 2010 Eisner Award nominations were announced today, with David Mazzucchelli’s Asterios Polyp receiving four nominations. Fanfare/Ponent Mon’s My mommy is in America and she met Buffalo Bill and The Photographer both received three nominations, while Naoki Urasawa received multiple nominations for 20th Century Boys and Pluto: Urasawa X Tezuka.

Other titles receiving multiple nominations include Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s A Drifting Life, Robert Crumb’s illustrated version of The Book of Genesis, Mike Carey and Peter Gross’s Vertigo series The Unwritten and Mark Waid and Peter Kraus’s series Irredeemable and DC’s Blackest Night event miniseries.

On the creator front, Urusawa, Mazzucchelli, Crumb, Jean Regnaud, Émile Bravo, Emmanuel , Carey, Waid, and Ed Brubaker all received multiple nominations.

Named for acclaimed comics creator the Will Eisner, the awards are in their 22nd year of highlighting the best publications and creators in comics and graphic novels. The 2010 judging panel consists of academic Craig Fischer (associate professor of English, Appalachian State University), librarian Francisca Goldsmith (staff development instructor/consultant, Infopeople), reviewer John Hogan (GraphicNovelReporter.com), writer James Hudnall (Harsh Realm, The Psycho), and retailer Wayne Winsett (Time Warp Comics, Boulder, Colorado).

Check out the complete list after the jump.

Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards Nominees 2010

Best Short Story
“Because I Love You So Much,” by Nikoline Werdelin, in From Wonderland with Love: Danish Comics in the 3rd Millennium (Fantagraphics/Aben malen)
“Gentleman John,” by Nathan Greno, in What Is Torch Tiger? (Torch Tiger)
“How and Why to Bale Hay,” by Nick Bertozzi, in Syncopated (Villard)
“Hurricane,” interpreted by Gradimir Smudja, in Bob Dylan Revisited (Norton)
“Urgent Request,” by Gene Luen Yang and Derek Kirk Kim, in The Eternal Smile (First Second)

Best Single Issue (or One-Shot)
Brave & the Bold #28: “Blackhawk and the Flash: Firing Line,” by J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz (DC)
Captain America #601: “Red, White, and Blue-Blood,” by Ed Brubaker and Gene Colan (Marvel)
Ganges #3, by Kevin Huizenga (Fantagraphics)
The Unwritten #5: “How the Whale Became,” by Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Vertigo/DC)
Usagi Yojimbo #123: “The Death of Lord Hikiji” by Stan Sakai (Dark Horse)

Best Continuing Series
Fables, by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy et al. (Vertigo/DC)
Irredeemable, by Mark Waid and Peter Krause (BOOM!)
Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys, by Naoki Urasawa (VIZ Media)
The Unwritten, by Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Vertigo/DC)
The Walking Dead, by Robert Kirkman and Charles Adlard (Image)

Best Limited Series or Story Arc
Blackest Night, by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, and Oclair Albert (DC)
Incognito, by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips (Marvel Icon)
Pluto: Urasawa X Tezuka, by Naoki Urasawa and Takashi Nagasaki (VIZ Media)
Wolverine #66–72 and Wolverine Giant-Size Special: “Old Man Logan,” by Mark Millar, Steve McNiven, and Dexter Vines (Marvel)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young (Marvel)

Best New Series
Chew, by John Layman and Rob Guillory (Image)
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Phillip K. Dick, art by Tony Parker (BOOM!)
Ireedeemable, by Mark Waid and Peter Krause (BOOM!)
Sweet Tooth, by Jeff Lemire (Vertigo/DC)
The Unwritten, by Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Vertigo/DC)

Best Publication for Kids
Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute, by Jarrett J. Krosoczeka (Knopf)
The Secret Science Alliance and the Copycat Crook, by Eleanor Davis (Bloomsbury)
Tiny Tyrant vol. 1: The Ethelbertosaurus, by Lewis Trondheim and Fabrice Parme (First Second)
The TOON Treasury of Classic Children’s Comics, edited by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly (Abrams ComicArts/Toon)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz hc, by L. Frank Baum, Eric Shanower, and Skottie Young (Marvel)

Best Publication for Teens
Angora Napkin, by Troy Little (IDW)
Beasts of Burden, by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson (Dark Horse)
A Family Secret, by Eric Heuvel (Farrar Straus Giroux/Anne Frank House)
Far Arden, by Kevin Cannon (Top Shelf)
I Kill Giants tpb, by Joe Kelly and JM Ken Niimura (Image)

Best Humor Publication
Drinky Crow’s Maakies Treasury, by Tony Millionaire (Fantagraphics)
Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me, And Other Astute Observations, by Peter Bagge (Fantagraphics)
Little Lulu, vols. 19–21, by John Stanley and Irving Tripp (Dark Horse Books)
The Muppet Show Comic Book: Meet the Muppets, by Roger Langridge (BOOM Kids!)
Scott Pilgrim vol. 5: Scott Pilgrm vs. the Universe, by Brian Lee O’Malley (Oni)

Best Anthology
Abstract Comics, edited by Andrei Molotiu (Fantagraphics)
Bob Dylan Revisited, edited by Bob Weill (Norton)
Flight 6, edited by Kazu Kibuishi (Villard)
Popgun vol. 3, edited by Mark Andrew Smith, D. J. Kirkbride, and Joe Keatinge (Image)
Syncopated: An Anthology of Nonfiction Picto-Essays, edited by Brendan Burford (Villard)
What Is Torch Tiger? edited by Paul Briggs (Torch Tiger)

Best Digital Comic
Abominable Charles Christopher, by Karl Kerschl, www.abominable.cc
Bayou, by Jeremy Love, http://zudacomics.com/bayou
The Guns of Shadow Valley, by David Wachter and James Andrew Clark, www.gunsofshadowvalley.com
Power Out, by Nathan Schreiber, www.act-i-vate.com/67.comic
Sin Titulo, by Cameron Stewart, www.sintitulocomic.com/

Best Reality-Based Work
A Drifting Life, by Yoshihiro Tatsumi (Drawn & Quarterly)
Footnotes in Gaza, by Joe Sacco (Metropolitan/Holt)
The Imposter’s Daughter, by Laurie Sandell (Little, Brown)
Monsters, by Ken Dahl (Secret Acres)
The Photographer, by Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre, and Frédéric Lemerier (First Second)
Stitches, by David Small (Norton)

Best Adaptation from Another Work
The Book of Genesis Illustrated, by R. Crumb (Norton)
Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species: A Graphic Adaptation, adapted by Michael Keller and Nicolle Rager Fuller (Rodale)
Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, adapted by Tim Hamilton (Hill & Wang)
Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter, adapted by Darwyn Cooke (IDW)
West Coast Blues, by Jean-Patrick Manchette, adapted by Jacques Tardi (Fantagraphics)

Best Graphic Album—New
Asterios Polyp, by David Mazzuccheilli (Pantheon)
A Distant Neighborhood (2 vols.), by Jiro Taniguchi (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
The Book of Genesis Illustrated, by R. Crumb (Norton)
My mommy is in America and she met Buffalo Bill, by Jean Regnaud and Émile Bravo (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
The Photographer, by Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre, and Frédéric Lemerier (First Second)
Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter, adapted by Darwyn Cooke (IDW)

Best Graphic Album—Reprint
Absolute Justice, by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, and Doug Braithewaite (DC)
A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge, by Josh Neufeld (Pantheon)
Alec: The Years Have Pants, by Eddie Campbell (Top Shelf)
Essex County Collected, by Jeff Lemire (Top Shelf)
Map of My Heart: The Best of King-Cat Comics & Stories, 1996–2002, by John Porcellino (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Archival Collection/Project—Strips
Bloom County: The Complete Library, vol. 1, by Berkeley Breathed, edited by Scott Dunbier (IDW)
Bringing Up Father, vol. 1: From Sea to Shining Sea, by George McManus and Zeke Zekley, edited by Dean Mullaney (IDW)
The Brinkley Girls: The Best of Nell Brinkley’s Cartoons 1913–1940, edited by Trina Robbins (Fantagraphics)
Gahan Wilson: 50 Years of Playboy Cartoons, by Gahan Wilson, edited by Gary Groth (Fantagraphics)
Prince Valiant, vol. 1: 1937–1938, by Hal Foster, edited by Kim Thompson (Fantagraphics)
Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz, by L. Frank Baum, Walt McDougall, and W. W. Denslow (Sunday Press)

Best Archival Collection/Project—Comic Books
The Best of Simon & Kirby, by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, edited by Steve Saffel (Titan Books)
Blazing Combat, by Archie Goodwin et al., edited by Gary Groth (Fantagraphics)
Humbug, by Harvey Kurtzman et al., edited by Gary Groth (Fantagraphics)
The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures deluxe edition, by Dave Stevens, edited by Scott Dunbier (IDW)
The TOON Treasury of Classic Children’s Comics, edited by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly (Abrams ComicArts/Toon)

Best U.S. Edition of International Material
My mommy is in America and she met Buffalo Bill, by Jean Regnaud and Émile Bravo (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
The Photographer, by Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre, and Frédéric Lemerier (First Second)
Tiny Tyrant vol. 1: The Ethelbertosaurus, by Lewis Trondheim and Fabrice Parme (First Second)
West Coast Blues, by Jean-Patrick Manchette, adapted by Jacques Tardi (Fantagraphics)
Years of the Elephant, by Willy Linthout (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)

Best U.S. Edition of International Material—Asia
The Color Trilogy, by Kim Dong Haw (First Second)
A Distant Neighborhood (2 vols.), by Jiro Taniguchi (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
A Drifting Life, by Yoshihiro Tatsumi (Drawn & Quarterly)
Oishinbo a la Carte, written by Tetsu Kariya and illustrated by Akira Hanasaki (VIZ Media)
Pluto: Urasawa X Tezuka, by Naoki Urasawa and Takashi Nagasaki (VIZ Media)
Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys, by Naoki Urasawa (VIZ Media)

Best Writer
Ed Brubaker, Captain America, Daredevil, Marvels Project (Marvel) Criminal, Incognito (Marvel Icon)
Geoff Johns, Adventure Comics, Blackest Night, The Flash: Rebirth, Superman: Secret Origin (DC)
James Robinson, Justice League: Cry for Justice (DC)
Mark Waid, Irredeemable, The Incredibles (BOOM!)
Bill Willingham, Fables (Vertigo/DC)

Best Writer/Artist
Darwyn Cooke, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter (IDW)
R. Crumb, The Book of Genesis Illustrated (Norton)
David Mazzuccheilli, Asterios Polyp (Pantheon)
Terry Moore, Echo (Abstract Books)
Naoki Urasawa, Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys, Pluto: Urasawa X Tezuka (VIZ Media)

Best Writer/Artist–Nonfiction
Reinhard Kleist, Johnny Cash: I See a Darkness (Abrams ComicArts)
Willy Linthout, Years of the Elephant (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
Joe Sacco, Footnotes in Gaza (Metropolitan/Holt)
David Small, Stitches (Norton)
Carol Tyler, You’ll Never Know: A Good and Decent Man (Fantagraphics)

Best Penciller/Inker or Penciller/Inker Team
Michael Kaluta, Madame Xanadu #11–15: “Exodus Noir” (Vertigo/DC)
Steve McNiven/Dexter Vines, Wolverine: Old Man Logan (Marvel)
Fiona Staples, North 40 (WildStorm)
J. H. Williams III, Detective Comics (DC)
Danijel Zezelj, Luna Park (Vertigo/DC)

Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (interior art)
Émile Bravo, My mommy is in America and she met Buffalo Bill (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
Mauro Cascioli, Justice League: Cry for Justice (DC)
Nicolle Rager Fuller, Charles Darwin on the Origin of Species: A Graphic Adaptation (Rodale Books)
Jill Thompson, Beasts of Burden (Dark Horse); Magic Trixie and the Dragon (HarperCollins Children’s Books)
Carol Tyler, You’ll Never Know: A Good and Decent Man (Fantagraphics)

Best Cover Artist
John Cassaday, Irredeemable (BOOM!); Lone Ranger (Dynamite)
Salvador Larocca, Invincible Iron Man (Marvel)
Sean Phillips, Criminal, Incognito (Marvel Icon); 28 Days Later (BOOM!)
Alex Ross, Astro City: The Dark Age (WildStorm/DC); Project Superpowers (Dynamite)
J. H. Williams III, Detective Comics (DC)

Best Coloring
Steve Hamaker, Bone: Crown of Thorns (Scholastic); Little Mouse Gets Ready (Toon)
Laura Martin, The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures (IDW); Thor, The Stand: American Nightmares (Marvel)
David Mazzuccheilli, Asterios Polyp (Pantheon)
Alex Sinclair, Blackest Night, Batman and Robin (DC)
Dave Stewart, Abe Sapien, BPRD, The Goon, Hellboy, Solomon Kane, Umbrella Academy, Zero Killer (Dark Horse); Detective Comics (DC); Northlanders, Luna Park (Vertigo)

Best Lettering
Brian Fies, Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? (Abrams ComicArts)
David Mazzuccheilli, Asterios Polyp (Pantheon)
Tom Orzechowski, Savage Dragon (Image); X-Men Forever (Marvel)
Richard Sala, Cat Burglar Black (First Second); Delphine (Fantagraphics)
Adrian Tomine, A Drifting Life (Drawn & Quarterly)

Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism
Alter Ego, edited by Roy Thomas (TwoMorrows)
ComicsAlliance, www.comicsalliance.com, edited by Laura Hudson
Comics Comics, edited by Timothy Hodler and Dan Nadel (www.comicscomicsmag.com) (PictureBox)
The Comics Journal, edited by Gary Groth, Michael Dean, and Kristy Valenti (Fantagraphics)
The Comics Reporter, produced by Tom Spurgeon (www.comicsreporter.com)

Best Comics-Related Book
Alan Moore: Comics as Performance, Fiction as Scalpel, by Annalisa Di Liddo (University Press of Mississippi)
The Art of Harvey Kurtzman: The Mad Genius of Comics, by Denis Kitchen and Paul Buhle (Abrams ComicArts)
The Art of Osamu Tezuka: God of Manga, by Helen McCarthy (Abrams ComicArts)
Manga Kamishibai: The Art of Japanese Paper Theater, by Eric P. Nash (Abrams ComicArts)
Will Eisner and PS Magazine, by Paul E. Fitzgerald (Fitzworld.US)

Best Publication Design
Absolute Justice, designed by Curtis King and Josh Beatman (DC)
The Brinkley Girls, designed by Adam Grano (Fantagraphics)
Gahan Wilson: 50 Years of Playboy Cartoons, designed by Jacob Covey (Fantagraphics)
Life and Times of Martha Washington, designed by David Nestelle (Dark Horse Books)
Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz, designed by Philippe Ghielmetti (Sunday Press)
Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? designed by Neil Egan and Brian Fies (Abrams ComicArts)

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“Brave & the Bold #28: “Blackhawk and the Flash: Firing Line,” by J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz (DC)”

If this wins, I may have to poke my eyes out.

Looks like a great list of nominees, for the most part. But “James Robinson, Justice League: Cry for Justice”…is that a joke? Did they read the same comic book that everyone else did?

James Robinson, Justice League: Cry for Justice (DC)
WTF!?The Eisners are dead to me.

That is exactly the one thing that stuck out when I looked at the list. James Robinson? Unless they are bringing back his Starman..then peeYEW! His JLA and Superman have been horrible.

Justice League: Cry for Justice was nominated for two awards. Interior Art and Writing. I am a huge DC fan, but… really?

Justice League: Cry for Justice is one of the worst books I have ever read. Are we totally sure that James Robinson or somebody from his immediate family isn’t on the Eisner board?

Lost all my respect for them for this decision.

Good picks, on the whole. Asterios Polyp was last year’s darling, but I was far more impressed with the Photographer.

DrewT said: “Brave & the Bold #28: “Blackhawk and the Flash: Firing Line,” by J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz (DC)”

If this wins, I may have to poke my eyes out.

I’m actually surprised they didn’t go with B&B #29 instead. How could you go wrong with Batman and Brother Power the Geek? The best story of JMS run so far, in my humble opinion.

Where the fuck is Batman & Robin?

The Unwritten, yes. Sweet Tooth, yes. Mike Kaluta on Madame Xanadu, yes. Fables, Captain America, Old Man Logan, Walking Dead, all yes…

Where’s Batman & Robin? DMZ? House of Mystery? Mighty Avengers? Wolverine: Weapon X? Unknown Soldier? Agents of Atlas? RASL? Ex Machina? SWORD? Secret Warriors? Hickman’s Fantastic Four? Doktor Sleepless?

All those rejected in favor of crap by Robinson and Johns and overrated claptrap like Brave and the Bold, Chew, Invincible Iron Man and Irredeemable?

Le sigh.

Um, how about Old Man Logan and Cry for Justice? Are they kidding with those two picks? I guess if you have a comic that is every bit as crappy as those two, maybe they were just filling spots?

Where’s Captain Britain? RASL?

Sean T. Collins

April 8, 2010 at 11:54 am

Jeez.

How does Marko Djurdjevic never get nominated for Best Cover Artist? Seriously, he’s by far the best in the business at the moment.

I’ll join the chorus of those stunned at Robinson getting a nomination for the godawful “Cry for Justice”.

Pleased to see Ed Brubaker get a Writer nomination, as well as a Single-Issue one, though Cap #601 is a bit of an odd choice in that respect (I’m guessing it was the presence of Gene Colan that got the love, or else they really just like WWII vampire stories).

Justin, agree with all of your picks especially RASL and Unknown Soldier. Those are the comics I genuinely HAVE to read. Secret Warriors is one of those oh so good Marvel books like SWORD that I always worry will get cancelled.

But here’s another to consider: Madman? Mike Allred did some of the best work of his entire life with this book in 08-09 and nowhere to be found. That just makes me fume even more.

The good news: No Red Hulk stories or Ultimatum.

If Naoki Urasawa doesn’t win any of these awards, I’ll be livid.
That said, I agree with most of the picks (the ones I read anyways) despite the few stinkers that made it in. Although, the lack of Hickman is a bit troublesome.

That James Robinson nomination for CFJ has me howling. I actually don’t mind his run on JLA proper so far — it is a gigantic step up from CFJ — but goodness, that’s just not right. I also think the nomination for the Colan issue of Cap is a bit egregious. It was a fine issue, but award-worthy? Not really. It told a story, and it told it well, but there are a lot of other works out there that do a whole lot more than that.

Also stymied by the lack of noms for Ex Machina. I feel like that book has fallen completely off everybody’s radar, but it is just as good — if not better than ever — as it marches toward its inevitable conclusion. There have been some gut-wrenching moments in the past few issues.

Glad to see heavy representation for Unwritten, Detective, and Wizard of Oz. There’s a lot banal stuff being pumped out right now, but there’s also a lot of really strong work. Glad to see some of it being recognized by the industry.

Brent Stringer

April 8, 2010 at 12:30 pm

NOTHING for WEDNESDAY COMICS???!!!?!?!?

One Eyed Monster

April 8, 2010 at 12:49 pm

I pick Unwritten for the best one-shot. The Whale Issue was AMAZING. Art + Story. I’d like it to win best new series, but it probably won’t win best continuing.

I’m so happy to see Urasawa up for so many awards. Hopefully this leads more american comic fans to check out his books, which really were by far my favorite comics this year.

Forget any preconceptions about manga, these really are some of the best comics of all time.

Where’s Daytripper??
Jim Robinson as best writer??
Come on!!

I don’t care much for the rest – but I was expecting to see Chew nominated and there it is. Definitely the best thing to happen to comics last year!

Dave Anderson

April 8, 2010 at 1:55 pm

I like this batch of nominees.

There were some odd choices on the list, but these were overwhelmed by the great series (Beasts of Burden, Incognito, Unwritten, Wonderful Wizard of Oz, etc.), the great albums (A Drifting Life, Asterios Polyp, Book of Genesis, Everybody is Stupid, etc.), and the great creaters (Ed Brubaker, Terry Moore, Naoki Urasawa, J.H. Williams, etc.) as well as the recognition of some classic works (Eddie Campbell’s Alec, Dave Steven’s Rocketeer, Harvey Kurtzman’s Humbug, etc.).

I was suprised to not see anything for Air, Ex Machina, Hellboy, Madman, Mouse Guard, RASL, or The Sword.

R Crumb as best writer/artist for Genesis? He didn’t write the Book of Genesis.

Don’t get me wrong. I love his writing.

Surprised Jason Aaron and R.m Guera did not receive nominations for Scalped, which has been a consistently great read since its launch.

waou !!! a year without JAMES JEAN for best cover artist… unbelievable.
and where are…
SPIDERMAN NOIR ?
UNKNOWN SOLDIER ?
WEDNESDAY COMICS ?
SCALPED ?
some single issue of JONAH HEX ?
VERTIGO CRIME for the design ?

YES! Salvador Larocca nominated for best cover artist. HIs interiors are sometimes lacking in composition and facial constancy, but his covers for Invincible Iron Man from issue 6 or so on have been stunningly great. Also, maybe the Robinson nomination is some sort of belated April Fool’s joke?

Scalped and Daytripper are more great books that got the shaft, as did Mice Templar, Invincible, Greek Street, Azrael, JMS’s Thor and Bad Dog. Sigh.

And hey, didn’t 100 Bullets end last year?

“Unknown Soldier” is the best book on the shelves and no love for it or the amazing Joshua Dysart? I’m confused.

I am surprised about the Mike Kaluta nomination. Not that I dislike his art (which I DON’T), but it wasn’t as striking as the REGULAR artist on the book, Amy Reeder Hadley, who went unnominated.

Though JH Williams III should win anyway…

Ditto the outrage on the James Robinson nom… easily the worst book of last year. Nominating Cry for Justice means the Eisners have lost all credibility for me.

Also, Mauro Cascioli for Best Painter/Multimedia Whatever? Umm.. he couldn’t even be bothered to complete the entire mini-series. Shouldn’t you actually have to complete the art for the entire series to be nominated? What a joke.

I’m wih everyone on the James Robinson issue… But I really hope chew wins best new
series. I had an oppurtunity to meet John Layman at ECCC and he was probably the coolest guy there to just chat with(unlike Azzarello) and he deserves the nomination and win. If you haven’t read Chew yet, pick it up! You won’t regret it.

Old Man Logan? Steve “Up Your Nose” Mcniven? Get the FOOH!

No Morrison?

No love for Detective Comics?

This is why the terrorists hate us so.
For shame, voters, for shame.

Scalped? Ex Machina? Rian Hughes’ Invincible Iron Man covers?

Asterios Polyp is about the only good choice the Eisner nominations have made this year.

JayPhonomancer

April 10, 2010 at 7:43 am

What is the cut-off point for eligibility for nomination? i assume it ‘s the last 12 months so this time last year yeah? If so then the lack of Phonogram: The Singles Club depresses me immensely not to mention no Batman and Robin or Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye.

Why does Dark Horse only have a few entries? They should be getting more nominations, IMO.

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