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The Revolutionary Times: Best. Webcomic. Ever...

Or at least that's the category we're nominated in.


It was just announced to Brandon and I that The Revolutionary Times was nominated in the Best Comic Strip/Webcomic and Rising Star categories in the 2011 Glyph Comic Awards! *excited manly joyous sound*

 The awards are being held in Philly this year at the East Coast Black Age Of Comics Convention. They focus on comics that are made by, for, or about people of color while honoring those who have made the greatest contributions to comics in terms of both critical and commercial impact.


This is big for us. There will more updates when we learn them. Hopefully come May there will be even greater news!

(via Comic Book Resources)

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