Jason Little (cartoonist)
Little at the Big Apple Convention, May 21, 2011.
|Born||Jason Palmer Little|
1970 (age 47–48)
|Awards||Xeric Award, 1998|
Little's first graphic novel, Shutterbug Follies (ISBN 0-385-50346-6), a mystery adventure featuring his heroine Bee, was originally serialized in free weekly papers and on the Internet. The series' online incarnation won the 2002 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Online Comic. Little began a new Bee series, Motel Art Improvement Service in February 2005; it was collected and published in hardcover by Dark Horse Originals in 2010. His other work includes short pieces for various cartoon anthologies, and the Xeric Foundation award-winning one-issue comic book Jack's Luck Runs Out.
- "2002 Ignatz Award Recipients". SPX. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
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