Finder: Voice continues to be one of the most talked about books of 2011, and word of its story and artwork has spread far and wide.
MAY 1, MILWAUKIE, OR—Finder: Voice continues to be one of the most talked about books of 2011, and word of its story and artwork has spread far and wide. So far, in fact, that Carla Speed McNeil has been awarded the prestigious Los Angeles Times Book Prize in the Graphic Novel category for Finder: Voice!
Praise for Carla Speed McNeil's Finder:
"I love Carla Speed McNeil's Finder, and I imagine the reason I love it is the same reason it doesn't get more attention in the comics press: it's simultaneously straightforward and labyrinthine, genre-based and uncategorizable . . . For me, and for other readers who have gotten pulled into McNeil's weird and woolly far-future world, Finder is one of those comics."—The Comics Journal
"It's been entirely too long since we were able to experience Carla Speed McNeil's unique brand of sociological science fiction with its emphasis on character, class and culture. Once again McNeil immerses you in her meticulously detailed world and you're immediately caught up in a beautifully drawn and deftly written story."—ICv2
"You'll keep turning the pages in Voice to put the pieces of the puzzle together and to see what Grosvenor does next. It is an intricate tale, and Carla Speed McNeil is a master storyteller—with her words and art."—ScienceFiction.com
"McNeil conveys more emotion and depth through the slick line of a raised eyebrow than most can with an entire book, played out in a world that is unquestionably familiar and unshakably alien."—Bleeding Cool
"McNeil excels at tying her many character and story elements together and anchoring them in the same increasingly familiar universe, making her fictional world, its inhabitants and their issues and experiences all the more real to the invested, gratified reader."—No Flying No Tights
Awards and nominations:
Unshelved Book Club's Book of the Month, February 2012—Unshelved
#1 on Comics Worth Reading's Best Graphic Novels of 2011—Comics Worth Reading
#2 on Comics Bulletin's Top 10 Best Graphic Novels of 2011—Comics Bulletin
#4 on Publishers Weekly's Best Books of 2011, Comics—Publishers Weekly
#4 on ComicsAlliance's 11 Best Comics of 2011—ComicsAlliance
#29 on Comic Book Resources' Top 100 Comics of 2011—Comic Book Resources
About Dark Horse
Founded in 1986 by Mike Richardson, Dark Horse Comics has proven to be a solid example of how integrity and innovation can help broaden a unique storytelling medium and establish a small, homegrown company as an industry giant. The company is known for the progressive and creator-friendly atmosphere it provides for writers and artists. In addition to publishing comics from top talent such as Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, Neil Gaiman, Brian Wood, Gerard Way, Felicia Day, Guillermo del Toro, and comics legends such as Will Eisner, Neal Adams, and Jim Steranko, Dark Horse has developed its own successful properties such as The Mask, Ghost, Timecop, and SpyBoy. Its successful line of comics and products based on popular properties includes Star Wars, Mass Effect, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Aliens, Conan, Emily the Strange, Tim Burton's Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys, Serenity, and Domo. Today Dark Horse Comics is the largest independent comic book publisher in the US and is recognized as one of the world's leading publishers of both creator-owned content and licensed comics material.
Source: Press Release
Written or Contributed by: Jude Terror
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