Tag: Ignatz Awards

Previously On Comics: Whedon, Boy Bye

In with a bang: Joss Whedon, whose widely read Astonishing X-Men run featured the small, supernaturally lethal Kitty Pryde inexplicably reuniting with the giant, super-strong ex who broke her heart twice–first by infidelity and then by entitled violence against her new lover–turns out to be a gaslighting cheater who engaged in inappropriate relationships with “needy”…

Step Aside, Pops: What Does a “Best Anthology” Look Like?

Step Aside, Pops Kate Beaton Drawn & Quarterly 2015 Back in September, Kate Beaton’s latest collection of her juggernaut webcomic, Hark! A Vagrant, won an Ignatz award for Best Anthology. It was up against Nick Drnaso’s Beverly, Sfe Monster and Taneka Stotts’ Beyond, Trina Robbins’ The Complete Wimmen’s Comix, and Adrian Tomine’s Killing and Dying. Step…

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