Cartoonist Studio Prize

Simon Reinhardt on his webcomic of the year, Dylan Horrocks’ Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen:

I didn’t really read a ton of webcomics this year, so consider this endorsement less a statement that this is the best of all the webcomics, and more that it’s a great one and very much worth your time.
Dylan Horrocks has been making comics for a long time—his graphic novel Hicksville is one of my (and I think many others’) favorites—and now he’s serializing his current project for free online. It’s a delightful meta-comic about comics history, fantasy, and creative blockage.

Simon Reinhardt on his webcomic of the year, Dylan Horrocks’ Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen:

I didn’t really read a ton of webcomics this year, so consider this endorsement less a statement that this is the best of all the webcomics, and more that it’s a great one and very much worth your time.

Dylan Horrocks has been making comics for a long time—his graphic novel Hicksville is one of my (and I think many others’) favorites—and now he’s serializing his current project for free online. It’s a delightful meta-comic about comics history, fantasy, and creative blockage.