Media Release — At the 2013 Harvey Awards held on September 7th, in Baltimore, MD, IDW Publishing and its esteemed creators were awarded TWO of the industry’s top honors! Voted on by comic professionals throughout the industry, The Harvey Awards celebrate the best of the year and recognize the exemplary work accomplished by writers, artists and editors. IDW’s seven nominations displayed the company’s stature as the fourth largest publisher.
Best Graphic Album was awarded to Richard Stark’s Parker: The Score by Darwyn Cooke. This marks the fourth Harvey Award for Cooke’s Parker adaptations.
The acclaimed Artist’s Edition format was recognized for Best Domestic Reprint Project with the award going to David Mazzucchelli’s Daredevil: Born Again Artist’s Edition, edited by IDW’s Scott Dunbier!
It’s been a record-breaking year for IDW and it shows no signs of slowing down! Thanks to all who voted for this year’s Harvey’s and congratulations to all the winners and nominees!
IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s The TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE and MY LITTLE PONY; Paramount’s Star Trek; Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2000AD’s Judge Dredd; The Rocketeer; Toho’s Godzilla; Wizards of the Coast’s Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons; HBO’s True Blood; and the Eisner-Award winning Locke & Key series, created by best-selling author Joe Hill and artist Gabriel Rodriguez. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints, and Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio.
IDW’s critically- and fan-acclaimed series are continually moving into new mediums. Currently, Warner Brothers and Barry Sonnenfeld are attached to adapt LORE into a feature film starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Disney are creating a feature film based on World War Robot, with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes and Sony bringing Zombies vs. Robots to film.