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2009 Ignatz Award Honorees
The Ignatz Awards, named after the brick-throwing mouse in George Herriman's Krazy Kat (and not to be confused with Fantagraphics' Ignatz Series), recognize outstanding achievement in comics and cartooning. Fantagraphics publications and artists received a total of 13 nominations in 6 categories for the 2009 awards. Winners were announced at a ceremony on Saturday, September 26, 2009 at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD, where Jordan Crane's Uptight took home the awards for Outstanding Series and Outstanding Comic (for issue #3). Congratulations to the winners!
America depicted as a subdued and haunted Coney Island, made up of lost characters—boozing, brawling, haplessly shooting themselves in the face, and hopping freight trains in search of Elvis. An impressive debut of a major new talent.
Where is Delphine?!? In this penultimate issue of the four-part series, our nameless traveler makes a startling discovery and faces a new horror that drives him to the brink of absolute madness.
The hilariously bizarre further adventures of an irritable plucked rooster and an awkward but lovable bear take them on separate paths to the gladiatorial ring and a Quixotic task, with an unlikely climactic convergence.
Things are getting weirder in the apartment house. Amid the domestic scenes (two teens recording a rock song, a couple breaking up, an old lady seeking inner peace), the supernatural beings who haunt the building grow uneasy.
Debuts from Freak Brothers creator Gilbert Shelton, Swiss horror-meister Thomas Ott, Josh Simmons (House
), David Greenberger (Duplex Planet
) and Laura Park; cover and story by Dash Shaw; plus more returning faves.
Anchored with Lilli Carré's "The Carnival," this issue also includes Gilbert Shelton, Olivier Schrauwen, Laura Park, Dash Shaw and more veterans, plus first times from Ben Jones, Frank Santoro, Hernán Migoya and Juaco Vizuete.
Adult melancholia and delightful all-ages adventure go side-by-side in this versatile, masterful one-man anthology. A moody new serialized tale of infidelity, plus Simon & Jack from The Clouds Above
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