Faith Erin Hicks
|Faith Erin Hicks|
|Awards||2003 Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards
2004 Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards
She has created a number of graphic novels, both as sole creator (such as Zombies Calling! and Friends with Boys) and as a collaborator (Nothing Could Possibly Go Wrong and Buffy: The High School Years), as well as serialized works like Demonology 101 and "The Adventures of Superhero Girl".
Since the beginning of Demonology 101, Hicks has completed a spinoff of the D101 character Sachs entitled A Distant Faith. She also began work on a zombie-movie inspired comic called Zombies Calling, as well as the dystopian comic Ice (originally published on Modern Tales).
As part of her day job she has also contributed backgrounds to the George of the Jungle animated series and created Jenny’s Brothers, a comic strip to the Halifax Chronicle-Herald. She is currently drawing her original comic series, The Adventures of Superhero Girl, which is run weekly in Halifax's local free paper, The Coast, as well as on her own website. Faith's most recently finished full-length graphic novel is Friends With Boys, which was published in February 2012 from First Second. She was also the co-writer for the graphic novel The Last of Us: American Dreams, along with Neil Druckmann.
Hicks' most recent convention attendance was the anime/video game convention, Animinitime, in Halifax, Nova Scotia; as an artist and speaker at Halifax's science fiction convention, Hal-Con, and as a special guest at New York Comic Con 2010.
On January 30, 2014, it was announced that Hicks would illustrate the first of two graphic novels written by young adult author Rainbow Rowell. On July 25, 2014, Hicks won the 2014 Eisner Award for Best Publication for Kids for her work on The Adventures of Superhero Girl.
- Demonology 101 (webcomic, August 1999 – June 2004)
- Ice (webcomic, Modern Tales)
- Zombies Calling (graphic novel, Slave Labor Graphics, November 2007, ISBN 9781593620790)
- The War at Ellsmere (graphic novel, Slave Labor Graphics, December 2008, ISBN 9781442022560)
- Brain Camp, written by Susan Kim and Laurence Klavan (graphic novel, First Second, August 3, 2010, ISBN 9781596433663)
- Friends with Boys (graphic novel, First Second Books, February 2012, ISBN 9781250068163)
- Bigfoot Boy, written by J. Torres
- The Adventures of Superhero Girl (graphic novel, Dark Horse, February 2013, ISBN 9781616550844)
- Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, written by Prudence Shen (graphic novel, First Second, May 2013, ISBN 9781596436596)
- The Last of Us: American Dreams, written by Neil Druckmann (graphic novel, Dark Horse, November 2013, ISBN 9781616552121)
- The Nameless City Trilogy
- 2003: Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards, for Demonology 101:
- Won "Outstanding Writing" Award
- Won "Outstanding Black and White Art" Award
- Nominated for "Outstanding Art" Award
- Nominated for "Outstanding Character Development" Award
- Nominated for "Outstanding Long Form Comic" Award
- Nominated for "Outstanding Dramatic Comic" Award
- 2004: Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards, for Demonology 101:
- Won "Outstanding Dramatic Comic" Award
- Won "Outstanding Long Form Comic" Award
- 2008, for Zombies Calling:
- 2014, for The Adventures of Superhero Girl:
- Won the "2014 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award - Best Publication for Kids"
- Demonology 101 — Faith Erin Hicks, Sequential Tart
- A Distant Faith
- Zombies Calling first graphic novel for Hicks, Milton Canadian Champion, December 21, 2007
- Faith Erin Hicks on Zombies Calling, Newsarama, May 1, 2008
- The Future on Ice, January 2008, archived on the Internet Archive.
- Watch out for Jenny[permanent dead link] (cached), Halifax Chronicle-Herald, April 12, 2008.
- The Adventures of Superhero Girl
- Brissey, Breia. "Rainbow Rowell signs two-book deal with First Second -- EXCLUSIVE". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
- http://www.comic-con.org/awards/gallery/2014-will-eisner-comic-industry-award-winners. Missing or empty
- The 2008 Joe Shuster Award Results
- Nominees for the 2008 Joe Shuster Awards
- San Diego Comic Con International http://www.comic-con.org/awards/gallery/2014-will-eisner-comic-industry-award-winners. Retrieved 12 August 2014. Missing or empty
- Other sources
- Medley, Mark (June 5, 2009). "Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009: Q&A with Faith Erin Hicks". The Afterword. National Post.
- Faith Erin Hicks at Lambiek