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'Lumberjanes' leads a youth movement at Eisner Awards, and 'Saga' wins big again

'Lumberjanes' leads a youth movement at Eisner Awards, and 'Saga' wins big again

Reading comics requires a suspension of disbelief, but the winning creators who make them couldn’t suspend theirs at Friday night’s Eisner Awards. “Ashton?” asked Noelle Stevenson as she and Shannon Watters accepted the prestigious new series prize for their Boom! Box summer-camp-set supernatural adventure, “Lumberjanes,” after already winning for publication for teens. But Kutcher’s MTV hidden-camera prank show “Punk’d” hadn’t been revived, and he wasn’t there. If there was any doubt left that those two young talents had truly arrived, the Eisners removed it. MORE: Follow our Special Edition Comic-Con...

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