Miles Away, the comic created by Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery, has been nominated for two Glyph Awards.
The Glyph Comic Awards “recognize the best in comics made either by, for, or about Black people. ECBACC (The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention) celebrates the accomplishments that Black artists and writers have made in the comic book industry.”
In Miles Away, shy teenager Maxwell Miles is an orphan with super photographic reflexes. After encountering alien refugees, Miles becomes involved in an interstellar war was turns out to be connected to his family’s dark past.
Miles Away was nominated for two Glyph awards: Best Writer (Anthony Montgomery and Brandon Easton), and Best Male Character (Maxwell Miles).
The Glyph Comics Awards ceremony will be held at the African-American Museum in Philadelphia on May 16 at 6 PM.
“I’m proud that the hard work my team and I put in on this project continues to be recognized,” said Montgomery, via his Twitter feed. “Thank you!”