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2011 Eisner Nominations are open!

The Eisner Awards — which includes a webcomic/digital comic award that was somehow made legit this year with Sin Titulo‘s win — are open for nominations! And now that Zuda’s gone and kicked the bucket, I’m guessing that means that a new nomination spot has opened up! Jackie Estrada has helpfully included a postscript detailing what, exactly, is a digital comic by Eisner standards:

The best digital comic category is open to any new, professionally produced long-form original comics work posted online in 2010. Webcomics must have a unique domain name or be part of a larger comics community to be considered. The work must be online-exclusive for a significant period prior to being collected in print form. The URL and any necessary access information should be emailed to

So who will the honored nominees be this year? Will it be a short story? A long-running print comic that’s made the leap to digital? As always, the decision is up … to YOU! (Or a coordinated marketing campaign by highly organized parties. It’s all good.)

(h/t Fleen)

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