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The Anatomy of Expression: Will Eisner and ‘A Contract With God’


In 1978, the legendary Will Eisner released A Contract With God upon the world, a masterpiece that launched the graphic novel craze that would eventually compel your local Barnes & Noble to push aside mid-list Sidney Sheldon and Chuck Palahniuk novels to dedicate upwards of twelve feet of shelving to books like The Walking Dead Volume One, The Walking Dead Volume Two, Persepolis, and Superman: Earth One.


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‘Will Eisner Week’ 2013 Kicking Off In March To Celebrate One Of Comics’ Greatest Talents


Every year, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund assists in holding a national Will Eisner Week, celebrating one of the most innovative and powerful voices in the history of the medium. Through the week of March 6 (March 1-10), fans can celebrate Eisner's work and the medium he enriched, through a host of different events in major cities across the United States...

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Link Ink: The Rock Hulks Out, Diamond Presses On, And Lucas Donates to Education


Cosplay: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson didn't need any stinkin' foam padding for his Hulk costume this Halloween. He did it Ferrigno style.

Industry: Hurricane Sandy delayed some of Maryland-based Diamond Comic Distributors' shipments to the Northeast this week and messed with email communication, but it looks like next week's shipments should be OK...

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The 2012 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Winners [SDCC]


This year's Will Eisner Comic Industry Award winners were announced last evening at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel during San Diego Comic-Con International. Eisners were awarded across more than 30 categories, honoring creators, editors, journalists and retailers alike...

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‘Masters of Comic Book Art’ Documentary Reemerges from the VHS Ether [Video]


Presented by an uncharacteristically reverent Harlan Ellison, Masters of Comic Book Art is a documentary film that offers insightful on-camera remarks from some of the medium's most gifted artists: Neal Adams, Steve Ditko, Will Eisner, Jean Giraud aka Moebius, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Frank Miller and Bernie Wrightson, all of whom muse on their most famous works and the medium that they love...

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IDW Announces Reprints of Eisner’s Spirit, Romita’s Spider-Man and Wood’s EC Comics [Comic-Con]


Following Eisner wins for Best Graphic Album - Reprint and Best Publication Design for Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer Artist's Edition, IDW Publishing has announced three more products in the prestigious Artist's Edition line: Will Eisner's The Spirit, John Romita, Sr...

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12 Reasons Why Bringing Back Letter Columns Is Not The Best Idea


This week, DC announced that while they're cutting two story pages out of all of their monthly titles in an effort to keep prices at $2.99, the trade-off is that one of those missing pages will now be filled by the return of the letter column...

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Take a ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Christmas Photo, Win the Will Eisner Documentary [Contest]


Merrrry Christmas, ComicsAlliance readers! Because you've all been so awesome about contributing your creativity to the numerous contests and other participatory events we've had in 2010, we wanted to give you something special during this gift-giving season...

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Watch ‘Superman: The Comic Strip Hero’ Documentary from 1981 [Video]


Because everything that was ever on television is either back on television or otherwise available on the Internet, we're fortunate to have Superman: The Comic Strip Hero, an eminently watchable documentary about the Man of Steel that was somehow unearthed by our friends at iFanboy...

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The Secret Origin of the ‘Graphic Novel': Where Eisner Heard the Term


Though he wasn't the first person to use it, legendary comics creator Will Eisner is credited with popularizing the term "graphic novel" to describe the long-form comic book story. As the story goes -- or at least, as it's often repeated in Eisner biographies like Bob Andelman's A Spirited Life and Michael Schumacher's A Dreamer's Life in Comics -- is that Eisner needed something other than "comic book" to call A Contract With God in order to get publishers to take it seriously, and came up with the term "graphic novel" on the spot...

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