“I am captivated and charmed that the adventure of ‘March‘ is so adorable to so abounding bodies all over America,” Lewis told The Washington Post’s Banana Riffs. “This is a abundant account to accept an Eisner with Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell.”
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“I’m overwhelmed,” said Aydin, Lewis’s agents abettor and co-author of the “March” trilogy, acquainted that he — like the agent — grew up account comics. “For the comics association to account us this way agency they accept we did amends to the adventure of John Lewis, his accompany and colleagues in the movement, and the sacrifices of so many. I’m abundantly beholden to anybody who formed to advice us accomplish these books and get them out into the world.”
Powell, himself a above-mentioned Eisner champ for 2008’s “Swallow Me Whole,” has illustrated the absolute trilogy.
“I’m so confused to accept this massive, absurd activity accepted and accustomed so by the comics branch and by my comics-making peers,” Powell told The Post. “Our average houses one of the best across-the-board and admiring communities I’ve anytime accepted — abounding of bodies focused on blame ideas, on presenting visions of the apple as it ability be, and it’s alarming every day to actualize assignment alongside them.”
The acknowledged “March” alternation (Top Shelf/IDW) has ahead received the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award; was named a Coretta Scott King Account Book; and has been added to the account programs of abounding U.S. school systems and universities. “March: Book Three” will be appear Aug. 2.
At aftermost year’s Comic-Con, Lewis cosplayed as his 25-year-old cocky as he led accouchement through the San Diego Convention Center, appearance the 50th-anniversary of his celebrated Selma, Ala., advance beyond the Edmund Pettus Bridge. A agnate convention-hall advance is planned for this year’s Comic-Con.
Lewis — who in 2011 accustomed the Presidential Medal of Freedom — was the youngest apostle at the 1963 Advance on Washington. He has said that account the mid-’50s banana book, “Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story” helped atom his absorption in the civilian rights movement and put him on a constant aisle of irenic activism. (The Eisners additionally abide to accolade the growing anatomy of scholarship about atramentous comics, as Rutgers University’s “The Blacker the Ink” was honored.)
The agent said that Aydin’s advertisement added than bristles years ago that he was branch to San Diego’s Comic-Con — which prompted some “geek” affliction amid appointment staffers as able-bodied as Lewis’s aware admonishment and administration of his own claimed history with comics — helped advance to the conception of “March.” So in one aspect, Friday’s Eisner Accolade represents advancing abounding circle.
“March” was additionally Eisner-nominated for best advertisement for adolescence — a class that was won by Jillian Tamaki’s “SuperMutant Magic Academy.”
Tamaki’s win was allotment of a banderole night for the administrator Drawn & Quarterly, which additionally won: best abbreviate adventure for Adrian Tomine’s “Killing and Dying“; best amusement advertisement for Kate Beaton’s “Step Aside, Pops!“; best U.S. copy of all-embracing actual from Asia for Shigeru Mizuki’s latest in the “Showa” history of Japan; and for the publisher’s own arresting silver-anniversary anthology.
Image had a big night as well, with seven awards for its creators, including colorist extraordinaire Jordie Bellaire (whose acceptable portfolio additionally included the publishers IDW, Dark Horse and Marvel); Dustin Nguyen, who won for his art on “Descender“; biographer Jason Aaron (“Southern Bastards” with Jason Latour, additional Marvel and Marvel Icon titles); Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser (“The Fade Out“); and penciler/inker Cliff Chiang, whose “Paper Girls” (with Brian K. Vaughan) additionally won best new series.
“I’ve never won annihilation in comics before, so I wasn’t able for what an altogether base acquaintance it is,” Chiang told Banana Riffs. “Thanks to anybody for account and acknowledging us and our adolescent nominees. Their arch assignment is what makes this an honor, and I candidly feel that the approaching of comics has never been brighter.”
BOOM! Studios, IDW and Fantagraphics additionally best up assorted trophies, and Marvel talents (including awning artisan David Aja) won assorted honors.
The Fantagraphics wins included the best writer/artist bays for “Zippy the Pinhead” architect Bill Griffith, who won for the clear atypical “Invisible Ink: My Mother’s Secret Adulation Affair With a Famous Cartoonist.”
“I am accepting fun! Didn’t apperceive about the accolade until 11 this morning,” Griffith told Banana Riffs, acquainted that he was “grateful to all the voters and the board for my aboriginal Eisner.”
” ‘Invisible Ink’ was, indeed, a activity of adulation — [it’s] nice to apperceive others adulation it, as well,” he said.
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Perennial MonkeyBrain/comiXology appointee “Bandette” won for best digital/webcomic, and young-reader assertive Aboriginal Second had a champ with Ben Hatke’s “Little Robot” in the 8-and-younger category.
Peter Kuper won the new clear anthology award, for “Ruins” from SelfMade Hero.
Voters chose Lynda Barry, Rube Goldberg, Matt Groening and Jacques Tardi for the Eisner Hall of Fame; they accompany the ahead appear Judges’ Choices for the Hall of Fame: Carl Burgos and Tove Jansson.
“I’m absolutely thrilled,” Barry (whose re-edition of “The Greatest of Marleys” debuted at this Comic-Con) told Banana Riffs. “It’s the affectionate of joy that has roots appropriate aback to actuality [age] 5 and advertent the circadian comics. I’m aloof so actual actual happy.
“I anticipate I’m alone the fifth woman to be included,” connected Barry, who was a finalist for the NCS Reuben Accolade this summer. “If that’s so, I achievement that changes rapidly.”
Dan Mora accustomed the Russ Manning “promising newcomer” award; Richard E. Hughes and Elliot S. Maggin accustomed the Bill Finger accolade for banana book autograph excellence; and “The Oatmeal” architect Matthew Inman won the Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award.
“I anticipate what happened with the Tesla Museum, and my crowdfunding attack to save it, is a agitating archetype of the ability of cartooning,” Inman told The Post’s Banana Riffs. “Convincing bodies to accession money for a game, apparatus or book is adamantine enough, but acceptable them to accession money for a building anniversary an artist who has been asleep for 70 years is appreciably difficult — so I anticipate it’s a abundant attestation to the ability of comics and storytelling.
“Bottom line: I’m honored,” Inman continued. “I’m activity to adhere the Clampett abutting to my added plaque, which I accustomed from the National Wildlife Federation allotment me the official ‘Champion of Bears’ in the United States of America.”
Another black highlight: Alt-weekly artist angry graphic-novel bedrock brilliant Derf won for his book on “Trashed” (Abrams).
“My aboriginal Eisner at age 56. I’m calling it my About [Expletive] Time Eisner!,” John “Derf” Backderf told Banana Riffs.
“What a abundant night,” connected Derf, who captivated up hand-lettered cards during his accepting speech. “I got hugs from Lynda Barry and airish for photos with agent John Lewis, while cutting a Ramones shirt and captivation an Eisner. What’s not to love?”
Here is the abounding account of 2016 Eisner Awards winners, which are apparent in BOLD:
“Black Death in America,” by Tom King and John Paul Leon, in Vertigo Quarterly: Atramentous (Vertigo/DC)“Hand Me Down,” by Kristyna Baczynski, in 24 x 7 (Fanfare Presents)“It’s Activity to Be Okay,” by Matthew Inman, in “The Oatmeal,” (theoatmeal.com/comics/plane)“Killing and Dying,” by Adrian Tomine, in Optic Nerve #14 (Drawn & Quarterly)“Lion and Mouse,” by R. Sikoryak, in Fable Comics (First Second)
Best distinct issue/one-shot
“Bandette,” by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover (Monkeybrain)“Giant Days,” by John Allison, Lissa Treiman and Max Sarin (BOOM! Box)“Invincible,” by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley and Cliff Rathburn (Image/Skybound)“Silver Surfer,” by Dan Slott and Michael Allred (Marvel)“Southern Bastards,” by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour (Image)
“Bitch Planet,” by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro (Image)“Harrow County,” by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook (Dark Horse)“Kaijumax,” by Zander Cannon (Oni)“Monstress,” by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda (Image)“Paper Girls,” by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang (Image)“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl,” by Ryan North and Erica Henderson (Marvel)
Best advertisement for aboriginal readers (up to age 8)
Best advertisement for kids (ages 9 to 12)
Best advertisement for adolescence (ages 13 to 17)
“Cyanide & Happiness: Stab Factory,” by Kris Wilson, Rob DenBleyker, and Dave McElfatrick (BOOM! Studios/BOOM! Box)“Deep Dark Fears,” by Fran Krause (Ten Speed Press)“Sexcastle,” by Kyle Starks (Image)“Step Aside, Pops: A Hark! A Vagrant Collection,” by Kate Beaton (Drawn & Quarterly)“UR,” by Eric Haven (AdHouse)
Bandette, by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover (Monkeybrain Comics/comiXology)“Fresh Romance,” edited by Janelle Asselin (Rosy Press/comiXology)“The Legend of Wonder Woman,” by Renae De Liz (DC Digital)“Lighten Up,” by Ronald Wimberly (The Nib).“These Memories Won’t Last,” by Stu Campbell [memories.sutueatsflies.com/].
“Drawn & Quarterly, Twenty-Five Years of Contemporary, Cartooning, Comics, and Clear Novels,” edited by Tom Devlin (Drawn & Quarterly)“Eat Added Comics: The Best of the Nib,” edited by Matt Bors (The Nib)“24 by 7,” edited by Dan Berry (Fanfare Presents)“Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Vol. 3,” edited by David Petersen (BOOM! Studios/Archaia)“Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz,” edited by Shannon Watters (kaBOOM!)
Best clear anthology — new
Best clear anthology — reprint
Best adjustment from addition medium
Best U.S. copy of all-embracing material
Best U.S. copy of all-embracing actual — Asia
“Assassination Classroom, Vols. 2–7,” by Yusei Matsui (VIZ)“A Bride’s Story,” by Kaoru Mori (Yen Press)“Master Keaton, Vols. 2–4,” by Naoki Urasawa, Hokusei Katsushika, and Takashi Nagasaki (VIZ)“Showa, 1953–1989: A History of Japan,” by Shigeru Mizuki (Drawn & Quarterly)“A Silent Voice,” by Yoshitoki Oima (Kodansha)“Sunny,” by Taiyo Matsumoto (VIZ)
Best archival collection/project — strips
“Beyond Mars,” by Jack Williamson and Lee Elias, edited by Dean Mullaney (IDW/LOAC)“Cartoons for Victory,” by Warren Bernard (Fantagraphics)“The Complete Funky Winkerbean, Vol. 4,” by Tom Batiuk, edited by Mary Young (Black Squirrel Books)“The Eternaut,” by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and Francisco Solano Lòpez, edited by Gary Groth and Kristy Valenti (Fantagraphics)“Kremos: The Lost Art of Niso Ramponi, Vols. 1 and 2,” edited by Joseph P. Procopio (Picture This/Lost Art Books)“White Boy in Skull Valley,” by Garrett Price, edited by Peter Maresca (Sunday Press)
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Best archival collection/project — banana books
“Frank Miller’s Ronin Gallery Edition,” edited by Bob Chapman (Graphitti Designs/DC)“P. Craig Russell’s Murder Mystery and Added Stories Gallery Edition,” edited by Daniel Chabon (Dark Horse)“The Puma Blues: The Complete Saga,” by Stephen Murphy, Alan Moore, Michael Zulli, Stephen R. Bissette, and Dave Sim (Dover)“Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: The Don Rosa Library, Vols. 3–4,” edited by David Gerstein (Fantagraphics)“Walt Kelly’s Fairy Tales,” edited by Craig Yoe (IDW)
Jason Aaron, “Southern Bastards” (Image), “Men of Wrath” (Marvel Icon), “Doctor Strange,” “Star Wars,” “Thor” (Marvel)John Allison, “Giant Days” (BOOM Studios!)Ed Brubaker, “The Fade Out,” “Velvet,” “Criminal Special Edition” (Image)Marjorie Liu, “Monstress” (Image)G. Willow Wilson, “Ms. Marvel” (Marvel)
Bill Griffith, “Invisible Ink: My Mother’s Secret Adulation Affair with a Famous Cartoonist” (Fantagraphics)Nathan Hale, “Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales: The Underground Abductor” (Abrams)Sydney Padua, “The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage” (Pantheon)Ed Piskor, “Hip Hop Family Tree, Vol. 3” (Fantagraphics)Noah Van Sciver, “Fante Bukowski,” “Saint Cole” (Fantagraphics)
Best penciler/inker or penciler/inker team
Michael Allred, “Silver Surfer” (Marvel); “Art Ops” (Vertigo/DC)Cliff Chiang, “Paper Girls” (Image)Erica Henderson, “Jughead” (Archie), “Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” (Marvel)Joëlle Jones, “Lady Killer” (Dark Horse), “Brides of Helheim” (Oni)Nate Powell, “March, Book Two” (Top Shelf/IDW)
Best painter/multimedia artist
Federico Bertolucci, “Love: The Tiger” and “Love: The Fox” (Magnetic Press)Colleen Coover, “Bandette” (Monkeybrain)Carita Lupattelli, “Izuna” (Humanoids)Dustin Nguyen, “Descender” (Image)Tony Sandoval, “A Glance Backward” (Magnetic Press)
David Aja, “Hawkeye,” “Karnak, Scarlet Witch” (Marvel)Rafael Albuquerque, “Ei8ht” (Dark Horse), “Huck” (Image)Amanda Conner, “Harley Quinn” (DC)Joëlle Jones, “Lady Killer” (Dark Horse), “Brides of Helheim” (Oni)Ed Piskor, “Hip Hop Family Tree” (Fantagraphics)
Laura Allred, “Lady Killer” (Dark Horse); “Silver Surfer” (Marvel); “Art OPS” (Vertigo/DC)Jordie Bellaire, “The Autumnlands,” “Injection,” “Plutona,” “Pretty Deadly,” “The Surface,” “They’re Not Like Us,” “Zero” (Image); “The X-Files” (IDW); “The Massive” (Dark Horse); “Magneto,” “Vision” (Marvel)Elizabeth Breitwiser, “The Fade Out,” “Criminal Magazine,” “Outcast,” “Velvet” (Image)John Rauch, “The Beauty” (Image); “Batman: Arkham Knight,” “Earth 2: Society” (DC); “Runaways” (Marvel)Dave Stewart, “Abe Sapien,” “BPRD Hell on Earth,” “Fight Club 2,” “Frankenstein Underground,” “Hellboy in Hell,” “Hellboy and the BPRD,” (Dark Horse); “Sandman: Overture,” “Twilight Children” (Vertigo/DC), “Captain America: White” (Marvel), “Space Dumplins” (Scholastic Graphix)
Derf Backderf, “Trashed” (Abrams)Steve Dutro, “Blood-C,” “Midnight Society,” “Plants vs Zombies” (Dark Horse)Lucy Knisley, “Displacement” (Fantagraphics)Troy Little, “Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” (Top Shelf/IDW)Kevin McCloskey, “We Dig Worms!” (TOON Books)
Best comics-related periodical/journalism
“Alter Ego,” edited by Roy Thomas (TwoMorrows)“Back Issue,” edited by Michael Eury (TwoMorrows)Comic Riffs blog by Michael Cavna (washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/)“Hogan’s Alley,” edited by Tom Heintjes (Hogan’s Alley)“Jack Kirby Collector,” edited by John Morrow (TwoMorrows)
Best academic/scholarly work
“Beyond the Surface,” advised by Nicolas André, Sam Arthur, Alex Spiro, and Camille Pichon (Nobrow)“The Eternaut,” advised by Tony Ong (Fantagraphics)“Eventually Everything Connects,” advised by Loris Lora, Sam Arthur, Alex Spiro, and Camille Pichon (Nobrow)“King of the Comics: One Hundred Years of King Features Syndicate,” advised by Dean Mullaney (IDW/LOAC)“Only What’s Necessary: Charles M. Schulz and the Art of Peanuts,” advised by Chip Kidd (Abrams ComicArts)“Sandman Gallery Edition,” advised by Graphitti Designs and Josh Beatman/Brainchild Studios (Graphitti Designs/DC)
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