2014 Dork Awards, Part One: Best Limited Series

Nerdy fun from Dork Forty!

Dork Forty!

So 2014 is finally over, and that means it’s time to look back. Back, at the best funnybooks of the year. That’s right, it’s time once again for… THE DORK AWARDS!

It was a great year for comics. The American industry is the best it’s been since the 1980s, with a raft of talented creators producing a wide variety of books in multiple genres. There was so much good stuff, in fact, that I’m sure I missed some of it. I’m looking at those unread copies of Farel Dalrymple’s Wrenchies and Charles Burns’ Sugar Skull on my shelf, for instance, and regretting that I didn’t spend more time reading this year. But, ah well. I do what I can. As it says on the masthead, this is just one dork’s opinion. No more, no less.

But enough preliminaries! Them funnybooks ain’t gonna talk about themselves! So let’s get this show…

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