Deadline is March 8, 2010. Similar rules as last year for the best digital comic category — open to any "new, professionally produced long-form original comics work posted online in 2009". The URL and any necessary access information should be emailed to the Eisners by clicking here.
Comic-Con International, the largest comic book and popular arts event in the United States, announced today that submissions are now being accepted for consideration by the judges for the 2010 Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards. Publishers wanting to submit entries should send one copy each of the comics or books they wish to nominate and include a cover letter indicating what is being submitted and in what categories.
The tentative categories include best short story, best continuing comic book series (at least two issues must have been published in 2009), best limited comic book series (at least half of the series must have been published in 2009), best new series, best publication for kids, best publication for teens, best humor publication, best anthology, best digital comic, best graphic album–new material, best graphic album-reprint, best reality-based work, best archival collection, best U.S. edition of foreign material, best writer, best writer/artist, best penciler/inker (individual or team), best painter (interior art), best lettering, best coloring, best comics-related book, best comics journalism periodical or website, and best publication design. The judges may add, delete, or combine categories at their discretion. The cover letter should include both a mailing address and an e-mail address.
More details at the full press release.