The HARVEY AWARDS were presented yesterday at the Baltimore Comicon. Vertigo winners include Best Single Issue or Story, Y: The Last Man #60 by Brian K. Vaughan and Best Cover Artist, the one and only, James Jean for FABLES.
For those of you who can’t wait another moment, I’m excited to reveal Chapter 2 of the highly anticipated first FABLES prose novel, PETER & MAX.
FAME! While it may seem daunting to anyone who has ever attended the San Diego Comicon, you can get discovered and procure actual work from a major publisher in the same century. Or in this case, the same summer.
FABLES #88: The Witches continues! Find out what Frau Totenkinder is doing in seclusion as Beauty and Beast make a startling discovery and Baba Yaga and Bufkin battle it out.
As some of you have noticed I'm on a FABLES kick--I recently posted about all the SDCC announcements, the upcoming CINDERELLA mini-series, and just yesterday
There will be no post today, as the DC offices are closed and I’m heading to Saratoga for the races! Be back on Monday. While you’re waiting, here’s a photo I took of a few Fables fans at the San Diego Comic Convention.
Highlights from the past week:
As always, THE FABLES FORUM was a full of fun and fan interaction as Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, Matthew Sturges, Steve Leialoha, Lee Loughridge, Shawn McManus, Andrew Pepoy, Chris Roberson, Chrissie Zullo and Todd Klein discussed all thi
At last night's 2009 Eisner Awards Vertigo won in a couple of categories: Best Cover Artist James Jean for FABLES and Dark Horse's The Umbrella Academy
Today’s Vertigo Voices: The Fables Forum is at 4:45 pm. I hope to see many of you there. If you can’t make it, check back at 5:45 pm to find out what happened.


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