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List of comics awards

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This list of comics awards is an index to articles about notable awards for comics from around the world. The list includes awards given out for achievements in cartooning, comic books, comic strips and graphic novels. Some works in comics are also eligible for, and in some instances have won literary awards.

American awards

In chronological order from date of first award presentation:

Timeline of notable U.S. comics awards

The following is a timeline of notable U.S. comics awards that feature multiple categories. Awards voted on by professionals are in shades of blue; fan awards are in shades of red. (The Ignatz Award is a mixture, as the nominees are selected by professionals, but the winners are determined by the attendees of that year's Small Press Expo.)

Australian awards

Belgian awards

Brazilian awards

  • Prêmio Angelo Agostini - first awarded in 1985
  • Troféu HQ Mix - first awarded in 1989
  • Prêmio DB Artes — first awarded 2003; ceased in 2010
  • Troféu Bigorna — first awarded 2008; ceased in 2010
  • Prêmio Claudio Seto — first awarded 2014
  • Prêmio Al Rio — first awarded 2015
  • Prêmio Grampo — first awarded 2016
  • Prêmio Dente de Ouro — first awarded 2016
  • Prêmio Jabuti, category "Comics" — first awarded 2016
  • Prêmio Le Blanc — first awarded 2018

British awards

  • Ally Sloper Award — 1976–c. 1982
  • Eagle Awards — 1977–1990; 2000–2014 (2014 as "True Believer Comic Awards")[3]
  • UK Comic Art Awards — 1990–1997
  • National Comics Awards — 1997–1999, 2001–2003
  • SICBA (Scottish Independent Comic Book Alliance Awards) — held in conjunction with the Glasgow Comic Con and first awarded 2011; still ongoing[4]
  • Excelsior Award — a single award for middle-grade comics/manga; first awarded in 2011 (as the "Stan Lee Excelsior Award"); organized by Paul Register[5]
  • British Comic Awards — 2012[6]–c. 2016 (in conjunction with the Thought Bubble convention)
  • The 9th Art Award — inaugural award announced 2013; sponsored by Graphic Scotland[7]
  • Comics Laureate — first awarded in 2014; sponsored by Comics Literacy Awareness

Timeline of British comics awards

Canadian awards

Dutch awards

  • Stripschapprijs - first awarded in 1974
  • Willy Vandersteenprijs - first awarded in 2010
  • VPRO Debuutprijs - first awarded in 1994
  • Marten Toonderprijs - first awarded in 2009

French awards

German awards

  • Max & Moritz Prizes - first awarded in 1984
  • Rudolph-Dirks-Award - first awarded in 2016, the aim is to foster the appreciation of graphical literature as an art form; awarded in 18 categories for works and 12 categories for artists.

Greek awards

  • Greek Comics Awards [el] - first awarded in 2005 and known as Comicdom Awards until 2015[8]

Irish awards

  • The Drunken Druid Awards[9]

Indian awards

  • Kalpana Lok Awards
  • Indian Comics Fandom Awards
  • Comic Con India Awards
  • Narayan Debntah Comics Puroskar

Italian awards

  • Yellow Kid Award [de] - awarded between 1970 and 2005
  • Gran Guinigi Award [it] / Pantera di Lucca Comics - first awarded in 1967
  • Attilio Micheluzzi Award [it] (Napoli Comicon prizes) - first awarded in 1998

Japanese awards

Norwegian awards

Polish awards

  • Grand Prix Międzynarodowego Festiwalu Komiksu - first awarded in 1991

Qatar awards

Singaporean awards

  • ComiIdol - Awarded in three categories via popular vote in 2007[10][11]

Spanish awards

Swedish awards

See also

References

  1. ^ Miller, John Jackson. "Goethe/Comic Fan Art Award winners, 1971-74," CBGXtra (July 19, 2005).
  2. ^ Harvey, R. C. "Blood & Thunder: Two for Cho," The Comics Journal #219 (Jan. 2000), p. 3.
  3. ^ "True Believers Comic Awards announce 2014 winners" by Kevin Melrose, at CBR, 14 July 2014
  4. ^ SICBA official website.
  5. ^ Excelsior Award official website. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  6. ^ British Comic Awards official website Archived 2018-12-07 at the Wayback Machine. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  7. ^ 9th Art Festival official website Archived 2016-01-18 at the Wayback Machine. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  8. ^ http://www.comicdom.gr/2015/04/03/ellinika-vraveia-comics/
  9. ^ http://www.drunkendruidawards.com/
  10. ^ ""ComiIdol 2007" – First Digital Artist Superstars Contest!". ComiPress. 2007-02-03.
  11. ^ "Welcome to ComiIdol 2007". ComiWorld.com. Archived from the original on 2008-04-20.

External links

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