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Nate Powell gets three Eisner nominations

Posted By on Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 12:32 PM

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That's Nate, with his mouth open, from his Soophie days.

Big congrats to North Little Rock native Nate Powell, whose book "Swallow Me Whole" continues to rack up accolades. This time it's three nominations for Will Eisner Awards, the comics industry's most prestigious prizes. Nate's up for "Best Graphic Album: New," "Best Writer/Artist" (against Jason Lutes and Chris Ware!) and "Best Lettering."

The results will be announced on July 24 at Comic-Con International in San Diego.  

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