Clap your hands together and wish…it will mean nothing in the end.
This rabbit themed internet cartoon series is nominated for a JOE SHUSTER award this evening as webcomic of the year.
It’s not going to win. That’s a stone cold guarantee.
However, I have been informed of other plans.
I keep alternating between being very honoured and wondering if Canada is just so small a country that they’ve run out of actually deserving people to induct after ten years of doing this, and have moved down to the second tier.
Ty the Guy OUT!
It all started at a five thousand watt radio station in Fresno…where inexplicably they published the above comic book.
for last week’s Bun Toon tale of heroism and man-courage, click here.
For the increasingly not updated archive going back years (but not so good on the last few weeks), click here.
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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