Duncan the Wonder Dog wins LA Times Book Prize

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The LA Times Book Prizes were announced on Friday and Adam Hines’ DUNCAN THE WONDER DOG won the award for best Graphic Novel. The mind stretching tale of a world where animals are sentient, the book has already won wide acclaim and the Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Fiction. Despite the acclaim from outside prizes, DUNCAN was blanked at the Eisner Award nominations — well, different strokes.

A new printing of DUNCAN THE WONDER DOG is now available, as is a digital edition. 

Comments

  1. jacob lyon goddard says:

    i can somewhat kinda understand freezing out (more or less) brilliant chapters in long running comics that already have Eisners like L&R Browntown and ANL #20 Lint to make room for the new guys, but Duncan not getting nominated blows my mind.

  2. Good to read The BEAT’s reportage of the LAT Book Prizes…

    But NO mention of this past weekend’s Festival of Books: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/books/la-et-0502-bookfestival-20110502,0,3036421.story ?

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