Noelle Stevenson’s Illustrated Year in Review

Noelle Stevenson self-portrait

What a story! Noelle Stevenson has posted an illustrated look back at 2012. In that year, she went from someone who “hadn’t made a comic longer than four pages” to having a book deal with HarperCollins for her webcomic Nimona. She also, last year, interned at BOOM! Studios, drew some terrific movie satire cartoons, went to her first San Diego Comic-Con … and turned 21. My gracious. That’s a year to brag about for anyone, let alone someone so young. It’s a touching, inspiring story, and a reminder of how wonderful comics can be.

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One Response to “Noelle Stevenson’s Illustrated Year in Review”

  1. Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 1/2/13: another chance to get it right Says:

    [...] § Noelle Stevenson had sorta the most amazing 2012 in history, from an internship to dressing up as Hawkeye to starting a webcomic Nimona to getting it picked up by HarperCollins, something that just doesn’t happen any more. Rookie of the year? That’s the kind of luck that happens when you have talent. (Link via Johanna Draper Carlson.) [...]

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