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Awards | Nickelodeon Magazine has announced the winners of its first Comics Awards, as chosen by more than 17,000 readers. Big winners: Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Simpsons Comics, Bone and Garfield. [Nickelodeon Magazine]

Creators | Benny and Penny creator Geoffrey Hayes chats about his process, school visits and his influences. [Seven Impossible Things]

Creators | Kiel Phegley interviews writer Andy Diggle about his upcoming turn on Marvel's Daredevil. [Marvel.com]

Creators | Bernard Chang is featured in a brief profile. [Journal and Courier]

Manga | The "OEL vs. Global Manga vs. Comics" debate emerges once again. Pray that it doesn't see its shadow. [Tiamat's Reviews]

Publishing | DC Comics' 1993 "Death of Superman" event as an example of a successful marketing stunt. [Alibaba.com]

Creators | Sci Fi Wire gets in on the Twitter-feeds-you-should-follow act. [Sci Fi Wire]

Pop culture | Hand-painted briefs by cartoonist Steve Bell featuring the portrait of former British prime minister John Major have received a bid of about $286 in an auction to benefit a charity that supports destitute asylum seekers. [CHARTattack]

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