Tomorrow will be the 10th year that The Joe Shuster Awards will be giving out awards to deserving Canadian comics creators. The ceremony will take place in the Back Space, the event space that shares an address with The Comic Book Lounge & Gallery.
This year, Ty is again nominated for Web Comic Creator. Fingers crossed! (Although everyone on the list is so amazing…and we’re both kinda pulling for Attila Adjornay who has been nominated for his beautiful Metaphysical Neuroma). But…win or lose, Ty will be inducted into The Canadian Comic Book Creators Hall of Fame (along with Cy Bell and Edmond Good).
Did this image up a couple years ago so it’s missing a few more credits…including Batman ’66 #2 and #6, Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet and…more. Many more.
The event starts at 8pm (doors open at 7pm); gathering afterwards to give people a chance to talk and look at some of the artwork from past Shusters. Check the website for information on all the nominees, and bios of the Hall of Fame inductees.
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Rob Pincombe has written several blog entries and posted video on Comicanuck with each of Hall of Fame awards given out at this year’s Joe Shuster Canadian Comic Book Creator Awards. One of the vids features Ty introducing Deni Loubert, publisher of Aardvark-Vanaheim and Renegade. Check out the entries over at Rob’s blog,
Joe Shuster Hall of Fame 2010 – Deni Loubert (intro’d by Ty Templeton)
Joe Shuster Hall of Fame 2010 – Richard Comely, George Freeman and Claude St. Aubin (introduced by Ron Kasman, Lesley Livingston and Kalman Andrasofsky in order)
Joe Shuster Hall of Fame 2010 – Dave Darrigo (introduced by Joe Kilmartin)
Joe Shuster Hall of Fame 2010 -Serge Gabourey (introduced by Rob Pincombe)
For a list of all winners, and more information on the awards, check out The Joe Shuster Awards site, run by Kevin Boyd.
Aaaaand…check out the entry on 2010 Outstanding Cartoonist, Michel Ragliabati as Kevin transcribed Ty’s introduction for the award in which he explains what he thinks it means to be a cartoonist.
"borrowed" this from thejoeshusterawards.com...hope Kevin forgives me!
To share address:
and acknowledging the pros:
Tomorrow is the Fan Appreciation Event in Toronto, Canada. Cheap admission (if you buy product at local comic stores you can get free admission on Sunday. If you pay for admission on Sunday, you get a ten dollar voucher for local comic stores!), lots of pros, lots of product, lots of workshops, talks, etc. If you’re in the area, come check out Ty at…actually, I have no idea where he’ll be sitting. He’ll just wander around the building until he finds his name somewhere–so, heck, you can do the same!
While you’re wandering, there are many others to check out including some of Ty’s students and colleagues (David Cutler, artist of the upcoming not-completely-named Canadian Whites project Ty is writing); Gibson Quarter, artist for Wasted’s War on Drugs with Alan Grant, FutureQuake’s Extinction Hunter; Greg Dunford, writer/creator of Cyberpunk Comics’ Hard Drive and Richard Pace, artist for The Pitt and so much more).
Then, on Saturday night, come out and join the crowd for The Joe Shuster Comic Book Creator Awards (Ty’s up for best writer). As it says on the site,
“The 6th Annual Awards Ceremony starts at 8pm on Saturday, June 5th, 2010 at the Innis Town Hall (University of Toronto, 2 Sussex Avenue) with returning Master of Ceremonies Jonathan Llyr”
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The nominations for the 6th Annual Joe Shuster Canadian Comic Book Creator Awards have been announced and (drumroll, please!):
Ty is nominated for Best Writer for Star Trek: Mission’s End 1-5 (IDW).
The awards ceremony will be held Saturday, June 5, 2010 in Toronto.