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"Saga" leads the pack of Harvey winners, picking up four awards at last night’s Harvey Awards, presented as part of the Baltimore Comic-Con.
The 2013 Harvey Awards were presented at the Baltimore Comic-Con Saturday night, as "Saga" won six awards and "Adventure Time" won two. ROBOT 6, who were winners themselves, have the details.
As part of last weekend's Baltimore Comic-Con, BOOM! Founder and CEO Ross Richie delivered a Harvey Awards keynote on comics legacy, the artform's societal status and its idea-laden future.
A closer look at August's direct-market sales! Penguin launches graphic novel imprint! "Daredevil" team talks about Harvey Awards wins! Geoff Johns at the Arab American National Museum! Keith Giffen on his "He-Man" plans! Plus more!
"Daredevil," Kate Beaton, J.H. Williams III and more were honored during the 2012 Harvey Awards, held tonight in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con.
The executive committee of the annual Harvey Awards today announced the nominees for 2012, which will be presented at the Baltimore Comic-Con Sept. 8.
Darwyn Cooke, Roger Langridge and "Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: Artist’s Edition" led the 2011 Harvey Awards, presented Saturday night in conjunction with Baltimore Comic-Con. ROBOT 6 has the full results.
The nominees have been announced for the 2011 Harvey Awards, which recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art. Familiar names appear along side some surprise new comers!
"Asterios Polyp," "Chew," "The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures" and "The Walking Dead" were among the titles winning multiple honors at the 2009 Harvey Awards, presented Saturday in conjunction with Baltimore Comic-Con.
The 2010 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced with the release of the final ballot which includes Jason Aaron, Geoff Johns, Frank Quitely, Darwyn Cooke, "Chew," "Irredeemable" and more.
CBR News caught up to a number of 2009 Harvey Awards winners and presenters after this year's ceremony for their reactions, including Scott Kurtz, Terry Moore, Brian Michael Bendis, Neil Adams, Bryan J.L. Glass and more.
Image Comics Marketing Director Joe Keatinge -- nominated this year for his work editing "PopGun" Vol. 2 -- pens an open letter addressing the industry's response to this year's Harvey Award nominations.
The 2009 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced with the release of the final ballot, presented by the Executive Committees of the Harvey Awards and the Baltimore Comic-Con.