Comics A.M. | Relaunched Eagle Awards renamed again

Awards | The awards ceremony for the recently renamed Stan Lee Eagle Awards has disappeared from the program of the London Film and Comic Con, and has been replaced by the True Believers Comic Awards. It's not clear whether this is just a name change or something more, as Mike Conroy, the organizer of both awards, had no comment, but the Stan Lee nominations page is gone. There is an online voting page for the True Believers Comic Awards, however. Lee is still scheduled to attend the event in person. [Down the Tubes]

Creators | Writer Caitlin Kittredge talks about her first comic, Coffin Hill. [The Kindle Post]

Creators | I interviewed the "three-headed monster" behind the Adventures in Cartooning books — James Sturm, Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost — about their new kids' graphic novel Sleepless Knight. [Good Comics for Kids]


Comics | Writer and former DC Comics editor Janelle Asselin issues a thorough and detailed takedown of Chuck Dixon and Paul Rivoche's Wall Street Journal column on the supposed liberal bias in comics. [ComicsAlliance]

Digital comics | A graphic novel advocating independence for West Papua,Vanishing Tribes: Unheard Voices from West Papua, has been published online as part of an effort to bring attention to the people of the province and their 50-year struggle. The graphic novel is available on the web and as a free e-book on iBooks. [Radio New Zealand International]

Digital comics | The fashion house Prada has developed a 15-page comic to promote its perfume Candy; the comic looks decent, but good luck finding it on the animated "micro-site." [Popsop]

Digital Ccomics | Someone is now drawing cartoons based on the tweets of Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams — and publishing them on Twitter, of course. [Belfast Telegraph]

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