Comic featuring Curator Karen Green wins Eisner Award at Comic Con

Cartoonist Nick Sousanis ’14TC recently received the Eisner Award for Best Short Story for his comic, A Life In Comics: The Graphic Adventures of Karen Green. The comic details how the RBML came to have a curator for comics and cartoons by taking the reader through Karen’s evolving affinity for comic books.

Columbia University graphic novel librarian Karen Green, alongside cartoonist Nick Sousanis, holding the Eisner Award he received for Best Short Story for ‘A Life In Comics: The Graphic Adventures of Karen Green.’

The Eisners are given for creative achievement in American comic books and are presented at the annual San Diego Comic Con convention.

You can read the full comic in Columbia Magazine.