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Youngest Eisner winner shares her thoughts on the winning story

"The Magician and the Snake," by Katie Mignola and Mike Mignola, appeared in the Dark Horse Maverick: Happy Endings anthology back in 2003, and the daughter/father duo took home an Eisner award that year for it. Katie was seven when she wrote it, and now it's seeing print again in The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects hardcover, which arrives in stores next week.

The young author shares her thoughts on the story on the Dark Horse blog:

She goes on to say that she was excited to tell her friends about the win, but "none of them had any idea what an Eisner was so it didn’t really mean anything to them."

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