It’s been a pretty good week for brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá.
Then came news yesterday that they’re creating a 10-issue miniseries for Vertigo called Daytripper, about “a guy who wants to be a writer and how the things you do in your life every day, there’s stuff that can determine what you’re going to do the rest of your life.” (That’s art from the series above, posted on the creators’ blog.)
How do you top that? Well, if you’re Moon and Bá, you win a combined three Eisner Awards: Bá for Best Limited Series for The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse Suite, with Gerard Way; Moon for Best Digital Comic for Sugarshock!, with Joss Whedon; and both for Best Anthology for 5, with Becky Cloonan, Vasilis Lolos and Rafael Grampa.
Plus, they debuted — with Cloonan and Lolos — Pixu, the followup to the now award-winning 5.
All in all, not bad for one Comic-Con. (And there are still two days left!)