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2014 Eisner Award Nominees
Fantagraphics congratulates all of the nominees for the 2014 Eisner Awards. Fantagraphics publications received a total of 18 nominations in a variety of categories. Winners will be announced at the ceremony at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
David Wojnarowicz, James Romberger & Marguerite Van Cook
The definitive edition of the acclaimed cult-classic memoir by the legendary artist and AIDS activist. A primal scream of a graphic novel blending stark reality with psychedelic delirium.
The beloved comic strip is finally given the Fantagraphics treatment. Barnaby
’s deft balance of fantasy, political commentary, sophisticated wit, and elegantly spare images expanded our
sense of what comic strips can do.
A heady conflation of philosophy, fiction and comics that riffs on dystopian modernity, bleak man-made landscapes and the psychological effects of technological, social or environmental developments.
Jacques Tardi & Jean-Pierre Verney
Tardi's second WWI masterwork is told with a sustained sense of outrage, pitch-black gallows humor, and impeccably scrupulous historical exactitude, in masterful full color.
Ivan, who is plagued by terrible nightmares about chickens and rabbits, is a good dog — if only someone would notice. Chaffee combines illustrative gravitas with cartooning verve for a richly textured, dog’s-eye view of the world.
Yes yes y'all! This explosively entertaining, encyclopedic history will school you on the old school, taking you back to the early days of the music genre that changed global culture.
The life of a man, the span of a century. A standalone masterpiece of elliptical, emotional storytelling from the pages of Love and Rockets
, finally completed and collected.
The Hernandez Brothers
Gilbert's new star Killer begins to delve into her family's twisted history in Palomar and beyond; Jaime's Tonta tries to figure out why her new swim coach knows her, while something sinister brews behind the scenes…
Journey with Val and Aleta to "The New World," where adventure awaits — and their son Arn is born! And back at Camelot, Val confronts "The Mad King." All this supplemented with a scholarly essay by Brian M. Kane and rare Foster art.
Val's adventures take him to Castle Illwynde in Wales, to Scotland to battle Picts, home to wintry Thule for family time with Arn and Aleta, and to Rome in a quest for missionaries, with an eventful return through the Alps.
The intimate and controversial career-spanning interview with Maurice Sendak. Kim Thompson talks to Jacques Tardi. Classic kids' comics roundtable led by Art Spiegelman. "How to Draw Buz Sawyer" by Roy Crane. Joe Sacco & Lewis Trondheim comics. More!
A shōjo classic in English for the first time. A complex, compelling story set in motion by the suicide of a teenage boy at a boarding school in Germany and the love letter he leaves for one of his male classmates.
Marc Sobel & Kristy Valenti
An indispensable guide to the Hernandez brothers' award-winning, world-renowned series. Interviews, family trees, timelines, unpublished art, letter-column highlights, bibliography and more.
A long, dense, sensitive, and minutely observed autobiographical masterpiece recalling the summer of 1984, when the artist, a rebellious, punked-out 17-year-old, hitchhiked her way across Italy. 2011 Angoulême prize winner.
The comic genius known as VIP ushered in a new era of the gag cartoon in the mid-20th century — zany, sometimes surreal, always hilarious. His prolific career finally gets its due in this beautiful coffee-table volume.
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