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Nicholas Gurewitch was born on 9 March, 1982 in Canandaigua, NY. At 38 years old, Nicholas Gurewitch height not available right now. We will update Nicholas Gurewitch's height soon as possible.

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 9 March 1982
Birthday 9 March
Birthplace Canandaigua, NY
Nationality NY

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2009

The second book, The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack, a 256-page hardcover compilation, features more comics (including the ones from the previous book) and previously unreleased material including unused strips, an interview with David Malki and a foreword by Diablo Cody. The book was released on February 18, 2009, again from Dark Horse Comics. A tenth anniversary edition of the Almanack was published on February 11, 2020.

2008

On February 18, 2008, Nicholas Gurewitch announced he was cutting back on the production of the comic strip, saying "I feel I owe it to myself and the Perry Bible Fellowship not to turn a joyful diversion into a long career." Previously a weekly strip, it is now infrequently updated.

2007

In 2007, a book collection, The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and Other Stories, was published. Even before its release, preorders alone made the book one of the fastest-selling graphic novels on Amazon.com, causing publisher Dark Horse Comics to increase its first print run to 36,000, and print the book domestically to hasten distribution; it has since gone into three printings. Dark Horse Comics also noted the comic's popularity in the UK, as Diamond UK put in the largest order Dark Horse has ever seen from them.

2006

The comic first appeared in 2002 in The Daily Orange of Syracuse, New York, while Gurewitch was art director at Syracuse University, and by 2007 was also being printed in Maxim, The Guardian, the Boston Weekly Dig, The Baltimore City Paper, and The Chicago Reader. According to the official website, the comic also appeared in several other publications, including the New York Press. On August 1, 2006, after several months on a temporary site managed by Cheston Gasik, the comic moved to its permanent web site at pbfcomics.com.

2005

Gurewitch has received multiple major awards for The Perry Bible Fellowship, such as the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Online Comic in 2005 and 2006. The Perry Bible Fellowship has also won the Web Cartoonist's Choice Award for outstanding comic in 2006 and 2007. In total, PBF has received eight Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards in various categories. Most recently, Gurewitch won the 2007 Harvey Award for "Best Online Comics Work". In July 2008, Perry Bible Fellowship: The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and Other Stories won an Eisner Award.

Perry Bible Fellowship comics and an interview with Gurewitch were included in Ted Rall's Attitude 3: The New Subversive Online Cartoonists in July 2005.

1982

Nicholas Gurewitch was born March 9, 1982, in Canandaigua, New York, and is currently based in Rochester, New York. He attended Syracuse University, where he studied film and where his comic strip was first published in The Daily Orange. Besides PBF, he worked on developing a program called Daisy Garden Story Time with Comedy Central, though the program was not produced. Nicholas is the cousin of former CollegeHumor writer and comedian Dan Gurewitch.