Comics A.M. | Eisner entries due; Morrison talks Wonder Woman

Awards | A last-minute reminder: Today is the deadline for Eisner Awards submissions. [Eisner Awards]

Creators | Grant Morrison looks back on his run on Action Comics, which ends today with the release of Issue 18, and touches upon Multiversity and his long-discussed Wonder Woman project: "This is some of the most fun I’ve had in a long time, because it’s a completely different type of comic book. Usually I don’t do masses of research, but for Wonder Woman, I’ve actually been working my way through the entire history of feminism. I want this to be fucking serious, you know? I want this to be really, really good, to reflect not only what women think, but what men think of women. I’m trying to do something really different from what’s been done with the character before. That one’s been amazing fun, because it’s nothing like anything I’ve ever done before." [Entertainment Weekly]

Crime | Two burglars were caught on camera breaking into Philadelphia's Atomic City Comics. One has been arrested, and the other is still at large. [ABC Action News]

Publishing | BOOM! Studios founder Ross Richie and Vice President of Publishing and Marketing Filip Sablik discuss the history of the company, their upcoming books, the 2 Guns movie, and the children's imprint kaboom. [ICv2]

Creators | Frank J. Barbiere discusses his new Image Comics miniseries Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray. [USA Today]

Creators | Mateus Santoluoco talks about his work on IDW Publishing's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and why he chose that over a second run on Dial H: "DC offered me five more issues of Dial H late last year and I chose to work with IDW, even though I knew I was going to make considerably less money with it. But! First, I had my first work for hire as a writer. Secondly, this is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, man! Do I really need to explain why I made this choice?" [Flickering Myth]

Creators | David Axe discusses his nonfiction graphic novel Army of God: Joseph Kony's War in Central Africa. [The Guardian]

Creators | Newcomer Nick Dunec talks about his first, self-published comic Yuki vs. Panda. [Haliburton Echo]

Reviews | Tom Spurgeon gets an advance look at the new Gilbert Hernandez graphic novel Marble Season. [The Comics Reporter]

Publishing | Steve Morris talks to Mike Molcher, who handles public relations for Rebellion, the publishers of 2000AD and Judge Dredd. [The Beat]

Publishing | Joel Meadows is looking to put together a special anniversary issue of his magazine Tripwire, and he is turning to Kickstarter to do it. [Hendon Times]

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