Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Legends of the Guard's Eisner:
Little over a week ago, Legends of the Guard won the 2011 Eisner for Best Anthology! I'm really proud of this book, and it's all thanks to the contributors who worked on the book. I set out to do an anthology in which the contributors had as much freedom as possible. I chose those storytellers for good reason, I liked their work and I could trust them to do something amazing if not tethered too much editorially.


So a huge thank you an congratulations to the following artists and storytellers. Not only would we have not won the Eisner without them, but also without whom the book itself wouldn't have been possible. (names link to their sites, interview links to their interviews about working on Legends):

Paul Morrissey & I are already working with contributors for Legends of the guard volume 2 (set to start in 2012) such as: Jim McCann & Janet Lee, Kenneth Rockafort, Bill Willingham, Nick Tapalansky & Alex Eckman Lawn, Eric Canete, & Stan Sakai!!

Upcoming Appearances:
Baltimore Comic Con: Aug. 20-21
New York Comic Con: Oct. 13-16

7 comments:

Max West said...

Congratulations, Dave! I couldn't think of anyone more deserving.

Anonymous said...

david you havent responded to the commets on your post lately. Can you read them?

Anonymous said...

sorry I meant "posts"

DPetersen said...

Thanks Max!

Anonymous: I just went back through and only saw one question I missed commenting back on...and I just went back and did so. What comment or question did you want my reply on?

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Anonymous said...

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