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Dungeons And DragonsPress ReleaseScott Kurtzwizards of the coast

Press Release Eisner and Harvey award-winning cartoonist Scott Kurtz ( is mining his many years spent both in front of and behind a D&D® Dungeon Master’s screen to bring us his brand new comic series, Table Titans.

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MarvelPvPScott Kurtz

A lot was being said last week regarding creator rights, Ghost Rider, Marvel, and the Gary Friedrich case.  Amidst all the brouhaha and Internet screaming, one voice rose above the others with a bit of sensible advice – PvP creator, Scott Kurtz:

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Image ComicsPvPScott Kurtz

Scott Kurtz has announced that he is leaving Image Comics and Diamond Comic Distributors to return to self publishing with the next collected volume of PvP. “Over the last three years our business has shifted,” says Kurtz. “Sales through brick-and-mortar stores are declining and online sales are increasing. Readers who discovered PvP in comic shops have shifted from monthly readers to online readers, and their buying habits have changed. The monthly floppy is selling less and the trade paperbacks are selling more.” Kurtz was with Image Comics for eight years, but future releases will come from his own Toonhound Studios

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Gift GuideHolidayPvPScott Kurtzwebcomic

Here’s a great gift that goes to a good cause.  Scott Kurtz has announced a 2010 wall calendar that features the plush version of his Skull the Troll at various locations around the world. Over the last three years Gary Arndt has been traveling with Skull the Troll to over 60 countries around the world. It has been an adventure of a lifetime, and Skull has been with Gary every step of the way. While this is a really nice calendar for fans of the web comic series, the $19.95 purchase actually goes to a good cause.  100% of the

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HumorPvPScott KurtzThe VariantsVideo

The latest episode of The Variants went live a short while ago, and the episode features Scott Kurtz and Dave Crosland signing at the store. In case you missed it, you can check out the Major Spoilers Interview with the creators here.

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Harvey AwardsScott Kurtz

BALTIMORE, MD (Feb. 17, 2009) — The Executive Committees of the Harvey Awards and the Baltimore Comic-Con are proud to present the official Nomination Ballot for this year’s Harvey Awards. Named in honor of the late Harvey Kurtzman, one of the industry’s most innovative talents, the Harvey Awards recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art. Ballots can be downloaded from and completed forms can be e-mailed to  Ballots are due for submission by Friday, March 27th. In addition, Scott Kurtz has been announced as the Master of Ceremonies for the Harvey Awards dinner and ceremony. “Scott has

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PvPScott KurtzVideo

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Image ComicsPvPRobert KirkmanScott KurtzSneak PeekWalking DeadZombies

Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving next week. It’s a small collection this week featuring Crawl Space #1 (yay zombies!), PVP #35, and The Walking Dead #43 (yay, more zombies!).

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comic conventionPvPScott Kurtz

Scott Kurtz has posted infor about his appearance at the 2007 San Diego Comic Con.  We already posted info on who are honored guests, but Scott is taking it a step further and getting his own booth. We’re going to have our own booth (we won’t be set up with Image) and we are planning to make it our biggest splash in San Diego ever. We can spend more on the booth and stuff since we don’t have to worry about paying for airline tickets and hotel rooms. It’s a real honor and we’re very excited about next year. We’ve

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BatmanPvPScott Kurtz

Scott Kurtz, the genius behind PvP, kind of participated in the 24 Hour Comic Book Day.  I say kind of, because he did take a break to go home and sleep before continuing.  In years past, he workd on PvP strips only. So this year, I was up for about 10 hours, went home and slept, then got up and returned to the store to hang out for another 4-5 hours. I didn’t get as much done, but I’m much happier this year for having taken the break. This year he made an attempt at doing a long Batman story. 

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