The Spiel des Jahres Award-Winning Tower-Building Strategy Game Stacked with Medieval Charm!
The nominees for The 2016 Ghastly Award Nominees were officially announced today and IDW was recognized for its contributions to the wide range of horror material being published in comics today in four separate categories. Those nominees include: Best One-Shot: Locke & Key: Small World (IDW Publishing) Best OGN: The Eighth Seal (IDW Publishing) Best Archival Collection:
The #1 bestseller, about Congressman John Lewis and the Civil Rights Movement, is the first graphic novel recipient in the awards’ 67-year history. NEW YORK (November 17, 2016) — Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell received an unprecedented honor last night, as their book March: Book Three became the first graphic novel to
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The inaugural Red Balloon Awards, presented by Traveling Stories, will honor five literacy heroes including IDW Publishing.
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Georgia Center for the Book at DCPL, 2016 Books All Young Georgians Should Read: Congratulations to…
Congratulations to IDW Publishing’s Lorelei Bunjes, a finalist for the San Diego Business Journal’s Top Tech Exec Awards 2016.
IDW is proud to receive a 2016 Bram Stoker award for the Graphic Novel Shadow Show: Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury.
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In conjunction with this week’s BOOK EXPO (BEA) held in Chicago, the Independent Publisher Awards were presented at the annual ceremony held this year at the Skydeck on the 99th floor of Willis Tower (better-and-always-to-be-known as “Sears Tower” to diehard locals like us). There, medals were presented to independent authors and creators in 78 different…
Kids Read Comics is proud to announce the shortlist for the second annual Dwayne McDuffie…
Meteor Men, Mermin Vol 3 and I Was The Cat have all been recognized for Eisner nominations! http://bit.ly/1QkOPMx
We are a lucky company to have such fantastic cartoonists at Fantagraphics. Olivier Schrauwen’s Arsene Schrauwen, Jaime Hernandez’s The Love Bunglers AND Eleanor Davis’ How to Be Happy are up for an award. This time it is the Slate and the Center for Cartoon Studies Studio Prize. The dual team released shortlists for the print and webcomic divisions.
“The winner in each of our two categories will be announced April 6; each winner will receive $1,000 and, of course, eternal glory. The shortlists were selected by Slate Book Review editor Dan Kois; the faculty and students at the Center for Cartoon Studies, represented by CCS Fellow Sophie Yanow; and this year’s guest judge, cartoonist Paul Karasik.”
Winners will be announced in the April’s Slate Books Review. Fingers crossed!