Friday, June 27, 2014

Evan Dorkin - Milk and Cheese

2012.09.29 Asbury Park Comic Con, Asbury Park, NJ

Evan Dorkin created Milk and Cheese, first published in 1988 in Greed Magazine. Milk and Cheese would eventalluy be published in comic book form through Slave Labor Graphics and Dark Horse Comics. The story line follows the anthropomorphic container of milk and a wedge of cheese. These dairy products "gone bad" drink to excess and are usually involved in violent situations...

Dorkin and his wife Sarah Dyer have written for Space Ghost Coast to Coast, episodes of Superman the animated series, the Adult Swim program Welcome to Eltingville. Dorkin co-created Beasts of burden with Jill Thompson...

Awards: 
  • 2010 Esiner Award: Best Publication for teens
  • 2005 Eisner Award: Best Short Story
  • 2002 Eisner Award: Best Short Story (The Eltingville Club)
  • 2002 Eisner Award: Best Writer/Artist (for Dork)
  • 2001 Harvey Award: Best Single Issue or Story (Superman & Batman: World's Funnest, shared with several artists)


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