Joe Pruett

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Joe Pruett
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Editor, Publisher, Letterer
Notable works
Negative Burn
Kilroy Is Here

Joe Pruett (January 8, 1966)[1] is an American comic book writer and occasional editor, and, most recently, a publisher.

Biography[edit]

Pruett broke into the industry during the year of 1989 as Bob Burden's assistant on Flaming Carrot Comics, where he inked backgrounds, assisted on lettering, and transcribed scripts. He worked with Burden from issues #23-29.

In 1992 Joe joined Gary Reed's Caliber Comics where he served through 1998 as a writer, an editor, and a creative director. While at Caliber, Joe's anthology title, Negative Burn, was nominated for numerous Harvey[2][3][4][5] and Eisner awards.[6][7]

In 1998 He left Caliber to become a freelance writer and became a regular contributor to Marvel's X-Men books. In particular he wrote Cable during the storylines "Apocalypse: The Twelve" and "Ages of Apocalypse".

Pruett formed Desperado Publishing in the summer of 2004 and brought back the second series of Negative Burn.[8] He is launching a third series of yearly anthology books in 2010.[9]

Bibliography[edit]

Writer[edit]

Comics he has written include:

Editor[edit]

Comics (and comics-related books) he has edited include:

Awards[edit]

Awards he has won or been nominated for include:

  • 1994: Negative Burn nominated for "Best Anthology" Harvey Award[2]
  • 1995:
    • "We Can Get Them For You Wholesale" from Negative Burn #11, nominated for "Best Short Story" Eisner Award (story adapted by Pruett from prose by Neil Gaiman)[10]
    • Negative Burn nominated for "Best Anthology" Harvey Award[3]
  • 1996:[4]
    • Best of Negative Burn nominated for "Best Graphic Album of Previously Released Material" Harvey Award
    • Negative Burn nominated for "Best Anthology" Harvey Award
  • 1997:
    • Nominated for "Best Editor" Eisner Award, for Negative Burn[6]
    • Negative Burn nominated for "Best Anthology" Eisner Award[6]
    • Negative Burn nominated for "Best Anthology" Harvey Award[5]
  • 1999: Negative Burn #50 nominated for "Best Anthology" Eisner Award[7]
  • 2007: Won "Best Comics-Related Book" Eisner Award for The Art of Brian Bolland[11]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Miller, John Jackson (June 10, 2005). "Comics Industry Birthdays". Comics Buyer's Guide. Archived from the original on October 30, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b 1994 Harvey Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  3. ^ a b 1995 Harvey Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  4. ^ a b 1996 Harvey Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  5. ^ a b 1997 Harvey Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  6. ^ a b c 1997 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  7. ^ a b 1999 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  8. ^ Kean, Benjamin Ong Pang (August 8, 2007). "Joe Pruett on Relaunching Desperado Publishing". Newsarama. Retrieved August 31, 2008. 
  9. ^ Manning, Shaun (May 11, 2010). "Joe Pruett and the Return of "Negative Burn"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved May 13, 2010. 
  10. ^ 1995 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac
  11. ^ 2007 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees and Winners, the Comic Book Awards Almanac

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Interviews[edit]

Preceded by
Rob Liefeld
Wolverine writer
2000
Succeeded by
Frank Tieri