Chynna Clugston Flores
EISNER AWARD NOMINEE
(Creator - Blue Monday; Scooter Girl; Strangetown; Queen Bee, Editor - Looney Tunes; Tiny Titans, Assistant Editor - The All New Batman: Brave & The Bold; Batman: Arkham City; Gears of War; Scooby-Doo: Where Are You?, Contributing Artist - Legion Of Super-Heroes In The 31st Century; Ultimate Marvel Team-Up; Teen Titans Go!; Buffy The Vampire Slayer; Four Letter Worlds; This is a Souvenir; Hopeless Savages; It Girl)
Chynna Clugston FloresChynna Clugston is an American comic book creator known for her manga-influenced teen comedy series Blue Monday.

Shortly after graduation, Clugston submitted some of her minicomics to Fantaco, which signed her to write and draw the vampire miniseries Bloodletting. Clugston followed Bloodletting with one-pagers and shorts in Sarah Dyer’s Action Girl and Dark Horse Presents, eventually following editor Jamie Rich to Oni Press. At Oni, Clugston produced her manga-influenced comic book ‘series, Blue Monday, which debuted in 1999 in Oni Double Feature #11, and which was inspired by her experiences while at Yosemite High. In 2000 Oni published the first Blue Monday miniseries, Blue Monday: The Kids Are Alright.

Clugston has been nominated for three Eisner Awards for Best Limited Series for Blue Monday (2001), and her participation on Hopeless Savages (2002), and Best Writer/Artist-Humor (2002); The Russ Manning award (2000); and a Harvey Award. Clugston was also nominated for the 2001 Lulu of the Year Award by Friends of Lulu for Blue Monday.
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