That right there is last year’s Hugo Award, designed by Deb Kosiba. Pretty ain’t it?
If you didn’t know already, you can nominate The Battle of Blood & Ink for a Best Graphic Story Hugo Award, which would make the possibility of Steve and I snagging one of those for our very own a reality.
Here’s how you help: If you’re already going to LoneStarCon3, this year’s WorldCon, all you have to do is put “Jared Axelrod & Steve Walker: The Battle of Blood & Ink” in the “Best Graphic Story” section. If you’re not going to WorldCon, but have been to Chicon 7 (the 2012 Worldcon), or have a membership to Loncon 3 (the 2014 Worldcon) you can still vote! You can also vote if you just want to pay the $60 Supporting Membership, which helps the folks at LoneStarCon, in addition to allowing you to say which science-fiction and fantasy books, tv, movies, zines, podcasts and fan work you think are the bee’s knees.
There’s a lot of great stuff that came out last year, and I suggest you nominate all of it. Just remember to put “Jared Axelrod & Steve Walker: The Battle of Blood & Ink” in the “Best Graphic Story” section!
An excellent steampunk comic that deserves your vote!