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Eagle Award (comics)

The Eagle Award was a series of awards for comic book titles and creators. They were awarded by UK fans voting for work produced during the previous year. Named after the UK's Eagle comic, the awards were set up by Mike Conroy, Nick Landau, Colin Campbell, Phil Clarke, and Richard Burton, and launched in 1977 for comics released in 1976.[1] They were last awarded in 2012.

Eagle Award/MCM Award
LocationBritish Comic Art Convention (1978–1979)
London Comic Mart (1983)
Birmingham Comic Art Show (1986)
UKCAC (1987–1990)
Comic Festival (2000)
Comic Expo (2006–2008)
London MCM Expo (2010–2012)
CountryUnited Kingdom
First awarded1977
Last awarded2012
Websitehttp://www.eagleawards.co.uk

Contents

HistoryEdit

Named after the 1950s and 60's UK comic Eagle because the Eagle symbol was perceived (as described by Burton) to stand "for a standard of quality ... seldom reached" in early 1977, the Eagle Awards were so-called "with official blessing from IPC."[1] Described as "the first independent [in the UK], nationally organised comic art awards poll," from the launch, the hope was that they would "become a regular annual fandom event."[1] "[S]et up and financed by a group of dealers and fanzine editors," including Mike Conroy and Richard Burton, with the intention of including "people with... diverse interests... to make the poll as impartial as possible," the initial method of casting votes was designed to be inclusive and straightforward.[1] Ballots were made available to "most dealers, shops and fanzines," with completed forms able to be returned to the same place, rather than a centralised location. An initial ballot formed a list of nominees, from which the voting ballot was created and disseminated in the same manner.[1]

The 1978 and 1979 awards were presented at the British Comic Art Convention. The 1983 awards presentation was at the London Comic Mart.

From 1983 to 1984, the revised awards included separate UK and US sections, although the work of British authors often dominated both categories. Indeed, in 1986 (for work released during 1985), the awards "proved to be a virtual clean sweep ... by Alan Moore", who not only won "favourite writer in both the US and UK categories," but had his work win for favourite comic book, supporting character and new title in the US, and character, continuing story and "character worthy of own title" in the UK (in which last category his works held all top three spots).[2] The 1986 awards presentation was at the Birmingham Comic Art Show. The 1986 Eagles also saw the introduction of a "free vote... rather than pre-selected nominees," creating a "fairer reflection of fans' opinions, and some anomalous results especially in the Roll of Honor category."[2]

The awards became fully annual in 1987, in conjunction with the United Kingdom Comic Art Convention (UKCAC); they were held at the UKCAC from 1987–1990. After going dormant in the late 1990s, the Eagle Award was briefly replaced by the National Comics Award.

The Eagle Awards returned in 2000 as an event at that year's Comic Festival, which had replaced UKCAC. The 2006–2008 awards presentations were held at the Comic Expo in Bristol, and from 2010 to 2012 were presented at the London MCM Expo. At the 2012 awards it was announced that the award would in future be called the MCM Award.[3][4] The announcement prompted a public rift between MCM and Cassandra Conroy[5] (Mike Conroy's daughter, who since 2008 had been jointly organising the awards with MCM[6]). In April 2014 it was announced that the award would be presented at the London Film and Comic Con (LFCC) and be named "The Stan Lee Eagle Award", with the backing of Stan Lee in his last European convention appearance.[6] However, this was not to be, and in June 2014 it was announced that the new True Believer Comic Awards would be the successor to the Eagle Awards.[7][8] The inaugural True Believer Comics Awards were presented at LFCC in July 2014.[9] They have not been awarded since.

1977Edit

For comics published in 1976[10]

Favourite Comicbook ArtistEdit

Favourite Comicbook Writer — U.S.Edit

Favourite Comicbook - DramaticEdit

Favourite Comicbook - HumourEdit

Favourite Dramatic Comics Magazine[11]Edit

Favourite Black & White Comicbook - HumourEdit

Favourite Comicbook CharacterEdit

Favourite Comicbook TeamEdit

Favourite New Comic TitleEdit

Favourite Single Comicbook StoryEdit

  • Howard the Duck #3: "Four Feathers of Death" (Steve Gerber/John Buscema)[11]

Favourite Continued Comic StoryEdit

  • Master of Kung Fu #48-51 (Doug Moench/Paul Gulacy)
    • Defenders #31-40 + Annual #1 (Steve Gerber/Sal Buscema)
    • X-Men #98-100 (Chris Claremont/Dave Cockrum)

Roll of HonourEdit

1978Edit

Presented at the British Comic Art Convention, 1978, for comics released during 1977.[12]

Favourite ArtistEdit

Favourite WriterEdit

Favourite Comic Book (Dramatic)Edit

Favourite Comic Book (humour)Edit

Favourite CharacterEdit

Favourite VillainEdit

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Favourite Single StoryEdit

  • Avengers Annual #7 – The Final Threat Jim Starlin
    • Detective Comics #472 – I am the Batman Steve Englehart/Marshall Rogers
    • Howard the Duck #16 – The Zen and Art of Comic Book Writing (Steve Gerber/Various artists)
    • Marvel Premiere #38 – The Lord of Tyndall's Quest (Doug Moench/Mike Ploog)
    • Marvel Preview #11 – Starlord (Chris Claremont/John Byrne)

Favourite Continued StoryEdit

Favourite New TitleEdit

Favourite TeamEdit

Favourite InkerEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

Favourite Black & White MagazineEdit

1979Edit

Presented at "Comicon '79," the British Comic Art Convention 11, Birmingham, 1979.

Best Comic Book Writer (UK)Edit

Best Comic Book Writer (US)Edit

Favourite Comicbook Artist (UK)Edit

Favourite Comicbook Artist (US)Edit

Favourite InkerEdit

Favourite Comic (UK)Edit

Favourite Comic (US)Edit

Favourite Character (UK)Edit

Favourite Character (US)Edit

Favourite Group or TeamEdit

Favourite VillainEdit

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Character Most Worthy of His Own TitleEdit

Favourite Single StoryEdit

Best Continued StoryEdit

Favourite New Comic TitleEdit

Favourite CoverEdit

  • Master of Kung Fu #67 (Paul Gulacy)
    • X-Men #114 (John Byrne)
    • Detective Comics #476 (Marshall Rogers)
    • X-Men #111 (John Byrne)
    • X-Men #113 (John Byrne)

Favourite Specialist Comics PublicationEdit

  • Comic Media News

Roll of HonourEdit

1980Edit

Favourite Comicbook Artist (US)Edit

Favourite Comicbook Artist (UK)Edit

Favourite Comicbook WriterEdit

Favourite InkerEdit

Favourite ComicbookEdit

Favourite Comicbook CoverEdit

Favourite Comic MagazineEdit

  • Howard the Duck
    • Marvel Preview
    • Savage Sword of Conan

Favourite Comicbook CharacterEdit

  • Wolverine
    • Batman
    • Spider-Man

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

  • Wolverine
    • Beast
    • Vision

Favourite Comicbook TeamEdit

  • X-Men
    • Avengers
    • Fantastic Four

Favourite VillainEdit

Character Most Worthy of Own TitleEdit

Favourite New Comic TitleEdit

Favourite Single Comicbook StoryEdit

Favourite Continued Comic StoryEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

  • Roy Thomas
    • Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster
    • Will Eisner
    • Steve Gerber

1984Edit

The 1984 awards were announced/presented at the London Comic Mart, Central Hall Westminster on Saturday, October 15, 1983. Here are the winners:[17]

British SectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist: Brian Bolland
  • Favourite Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Comic: Warrior
  • Favourite Comic Character: Marvelman
  • Favourite Villain: Kid Marvelman
  • Favourite Supporting Character: Zirk
  • Character Most Worthy of Own Title: Judge Anderson
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Marvelman (Warrior #1-3, 5 & 6)
  • Favourite New Comic: Warrior
  • Favourite Comic Cover: Warrior #7
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: PASS

American SectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist (penciller): Frank Miller
  • Favourite Artist (inker): Terry Austin
  • Favourite Writer: Frank Miller
  • Favourite Comicbook: Daredevil
  • Favourite Character: Wolverine
  • Favourite Group or Team: X-Men
  • Favourite Villain: Darkseid
  • Favourite Supporting Character: Elektra
  • Character Most Worthy of Own Title: The Spectre
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Wolverine #1-4 (miniseries)
  • Favourite New Comic Title: Camelot 3000
  • Favourite Comic Cover: Doctor Strange #55
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: PASS

Roll of HonourEdit

1985Edit

Best New TitleEdit

Best Group BookEdit

Best CharacterEdit

Best UK TitleEdit

  • Warrior, edited by Dez Skinn (Quality Communications)

1986Edit

Awards for comics released during 1985 were presented on Sunday, June 1, 1986 at The Birmingham Comic Art Show. The winners were:[18]

British SectionEdit

Favourite ArtistEdit

Favourite WriterEdit

Favourite ComicEdit

Favourite Comic AlbumEdit

  • Nemesis Book III
    • Judge Dredd Annual 1986
    • 2000 AD Annual 1986

Favourite Comic CharacterEdit

Favourite VillainEdit

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Character Most Worthy of Own TitleEdit

Favourite Single or Continued StoryEdit

Favourite New ComicEdit

  • Captain Britain

Favourite Comic CoverEdit

  • Captain Britain #6
    • Captain Britain #8
    • 2000 AD #450

Favourite Specialist Comics PublicationEdit

American sectionEdit

Favourite Artist (penciller)Edit

Favourite Artist (inker)Edit

Favourite WriterEdit

  • Alan Moore
    • Chris Claremont
    • Marv Wolfman

Favourite Comic BookEdit

Favourite Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite CharacterEdit

  • Batman
    • Wolverine
    • Swamp Thing

Favourite Group or TeamEdit

  • X-Men
    • Teen Titans
    • Fantastic Four

Favourite VillainEdit

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Character Most Worthy of Own TitleEdit

Favourite Single or Continued StoryEdit

  • Crisis on Infinite Earths #1-9
    • X-Men Annual #9/New Mutants Special #1
    • "American Gothic" in Swamp Thing #37

Favourite New Comic TitleEdit

Favourite Comic CoverEdit

  • Swamp Thing #34

Favourite Specialist Comics PublicationEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

1987Edit

The 1986 results were presented on Saturday, September 5, 1987, at UKCAC87, The Institute of Education, London WC1. The winners were:[19]

British SectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist: Alan Davis
  • Favourite Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Comic: 2000 AD
  • Favourite Comic Album: D.R. and Quinch's Totally Awesome Guide to Life
  • Favourite Character: Judge Dredd
  • Favourite Villain: Torquemada
  • Favourite Supporting Character: Ukko the Dwarf (from Sláine)
  • Character Most Worthy of Own Title: Captain Britain
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Halo Jones Book Three
  • Favourite New Comic: Redfox
  • Favourite Comic Cover: 2000 AD #500
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: Speakeasy

American sectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist (penciller): Frank Miller
  • Favourite Artist (inker): Terry Austin
  • Favourite Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Comicbook: Watchmen
  • Favourite Graphic Novel: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
  • Favourite Character: Batman
  • Favourite Group or Team: X-Men
  • Favourite Villain: The Joker
  • Favourite Supporting Character: John Constantine
  • Character Most Worthy of Own Title: Wolverine
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
  • Favourite New Comic Title: Watchmen
  • Favourite Comic Cover: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: Amazing Heroes

Roll of HonourEdit

  • Frank Miller

1988Edit

The Awards for comics released during 1987 were presented on Saturday, September 24, 1988 at UKCAC88, The Institute of Education, London WC1. The winners were:[20]

British SectionEdit

American SectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist (penciller): Bill Sienkiewicz
  • Favourite Artist (inker): Terry Austin
  • Favourite Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Comicbook: Watchmen
  • Favourite Graphic Novel: Daredevil: Love and War
  • Favourite Character: Batman
  • Favourite Group or Team: Justice League International
  • Favourite Villain: The Joker
  • Favourite Supporting Character: Abigail Arcane Cable
  • Character Most Worthy of Own Title: Rorschach
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Batman #404-407: Year One
  • Favourite New Comic Title: Marshal Law
  • Favourite Comic Cover: Wonder Woman #10
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: Amazing Heroes

Roll of HonourEdit

  • Pat Mills

1989Edit

1990Edit

The results for 1989 were presented at the 1990 United Kingdom Comic Art Convention (UKCAC) by Paul Gambaccini and Dave Gibbons. The winners were:[22]

  • Roll of Honour: 2000 AD
  • Best International Comic Book: Akira

British SectionEdit

  • Favourite Artist: Simon Bisley
  • Favourite Writer: Grant Morrison
  • Favourite Comic: 2000 AD
  • Favourite Graphic Novel: Sláine: The Horned God Book I
  • Favourite Character: Judge Dredd
  • Favourite Villain: Judge Death
  • Favourite Supporting Character: Middenface McNulty (Strontium Dog)
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Sláine: The Horned God Book I (2000 AD #626-635)
  • Favourite New Comic: The Bogie Man
  • Favourite Comic Cover: 2000 AD Prog 626
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: Speakeasy

American SectionEdit

1993Edit

1997Edit

Best Newcomer: Alex Ronald[23]

2000Edit

British SectionEdit

Favourite British ComicEdit

(Sponsored by Comic Book Postal Auctions)

Favourite Comic Strip in a UK Comic or MagazineEdit

Favourite UK Non-newsstand TitleEdit

(Sponsored by Red Route)

North American SectionEdit

The following award nominations cover creators and work published in the U.S. and Canada only (irrespective of the country of origin of the work or the nationality of its creators), with nominations based purely on work published in 1999:

Favourite Colour ComicbookEdit

(Sponsored by Quality Comics)

Favourite Black & White ComicbookEdit

(Sponsored by Page 45)

Favourite New Comicbook of 1999Edit

(Sponsored by Dynamic Forces)

International SectionEdit

Favourite Comics WriterEdit

Favourite Comics Artist (penciller)Edit

Favourite Comic Book Artist (inker)Edit

Favourite Comics Artist (painted artwork)Edit

Favourite Comics Artist (colouring)Edit

Favourite Comics EditorEdit

Favourite Comic (excluding North American and UK titles)Edit

(Sponsored by Knockabout Comics)

Favourite Comics CharacterEdit

(Sponsored by David's Comics)

Favourite Comics Story (which appeared, began or ended during 1999)Edit

(Sponsored by Quality Comics)

Character Most Worthy of Own Ongoing TitleEdit

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Favourite Cover Published During 1999Edit

Favourite Comics VillainEdit

(Sponsored by B-Hive Ltd.)

Favourite Graphic NovelEdit

(Sponsored by Diamond Comic Distributors)

Favourite Trade PaperbackEdit

Favourite Newspaper StripEdit

(Sponsored by Gosh)

Favourite Comics Related Website (professional)Edit

Favourite Comics Related Website (fan-organized)Edit

(Sponsored by eBay)

Favourite Comics E-ZineEdit

Favourite Trade PublicationEdit

(Sponsored by East End Offset)

Favourite Comics-based Film or TV SeriesEdit

(Sponsored by SFX magazine)

Roll of HonourEdit

(Sponsored by Cartoon Art Trust) A lifetime achievement award.

2001Edit

Note: Voting ended in October 2001 and the winners were announced in June 2002, so news reports announced these variously as the 2000, 2001, or 2002 Eagle Awards.

British SectionEdit

Favourite British ComicEdit

Favourite Comic Strip to Appear in a UK Comic or MagazineEdit

Favourite British Small Press TitleEdit

North American SectionEdit

The following award nominations cover creators and work published in the US and Canada only (irrespective of the country of origin of the work or the nationality of its creators), with nominations based purely on work published in 2000:

Favourite Colour ComicbookEdit

Favourite Black & White ComicbookEdit

Favourite New Comicbook of 2000Edit

International SectionEdit

Favourite Comics WriterEdit

Favourite Comics Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Comic Book Artist:InksEdit

Favourite Comics Artist:Fully Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite Comics EditorEdit

Favourite Manga ComicEdit

Favourite European ComicEdit

Favourite Comics CharacterEdit

Favourite Comics StoryEdit

(which appeared, began or ended during 2000)

  • The Authority: The Nativity
    • Starman: Grand Guignol
    • Powers: Who Killed Retro Girl?

Character Most Worthy of Own Ongoing TitleEdit

Favourite Supporting Character in ComicsEdit

Favourite Comics Cover Published During 2000Edit

Favourite Comics VillainEdit

Favourite Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CollectionEdit

Favourite Newspaper StripEdit

Favourite Magazine about ComicsEdit

Favourite Comics-based BookEdit

Internet SectionEdit

Favourite Comics Related Website (professional)Edit

  • Comic Book Resources
    • 2000ADonline
    • Newsarama

Favourite Comics E-ZineEdit

Favourite Web-based ComicEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

2005Edit

Favourite Colour ComicbookEdit

Favourite Black & White ComicbookEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite Comics WriterEdit

Favourite Comics Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: InksEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: Painted ArtEdit

  • Alex Ross
    • Gabriel del Otto
    • Glenn Fabry

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite Comics EditorEdit

Favourite Manga ComicEdit

Favourite European ComicEdit

  • Tex (Sergio Bonelli Editore, Italy)

Favourite Comics CharacterEdit

Favourite Comics StoryEdit

Character Most Worthy of Own TitleEdit

  • Doctor Strange (Marvel Comics)
    • Captain Britain
    • Marvelman/Miracleman

Favourite Supporting CharacterEdit

Favourite Comics CoverEdit

Favourite Comics VillainEdit

  • Doctor Doom (Fantastic Four – Marvel Comics)

Favourite Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Newspaper StripEdit

Favourite Magazine About ComicsEdit

Favourite Comics-related BookEdit

  • Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross (Chip Kidd with Geoff Spear)
    • The Art of Mike Mignola
    • Sandman: King of Dreams (Alisa Kwitney)

Favourite Comics-based Movie or TVEdit

Favourite Comics-related MerchandiseEdit

Favourite British ComicEdit

Favourite Comic Strip to Appear in a UK Comic or MagazineEdit

Favourite British Small Press TitleEdit

Favourite Comics-related WebsiteEdit

Favourite Comics E-ZineEdit

Favourite Web-based ComicEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

  • Neil Gaiman

2006Edit

Held at Comic Expo, Ramada Plaza Hotel, Bristol on Saturday, May 13, 2006 for material published in 2005.

Favourite Colour Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Favourite Colour Comicbook - BritishEdit

Favourite Black & White Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Favourite Black & White Comicbook - BritishEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite Comics WriterEdit

Favourite Comics Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: InksEdit

  • Jimmy Palmiotti
    • Mark Farmer
    • Ande Parks

Favourite Comics Artist: Fully Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite LettererEdit

Favourite Comics EditorEdit

Favourite PublisherEdit

  • DC Comics
    • IDW Publishing
    • Marvel Comics

Favourite MangaEdit

Favourite European ComicEdit

Favourite Comics CharacterEdit

  • Batman
    • Hellboy
    • Judge Dredd

Favourite Comics VillainEdit

Favourite Comics StoryEdit

Favourite Comics CoverEdit

Favourite Original Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Magazine About ComicsEdit

  • The Comics Journal (Fantagraphics Books)
    • Comic Book Artist (Top Shelf)
    • Comics International (Quality Communications)

Favourite Comics-Related BookEdit

Favourite Comics-based Movie or TVEdit

Favourite Comics-related WebsiteEdit

Favourite Web-based ComicEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

Eagle Awards 30th Anniversary Award for Outstanding Achievements in British ComicsEdit

2007Edit

Nominations were made by the general comics reading public via the Eagle Awards website then the five most popular became nominees for the awards. The ceremony was held on Saturday, May 12, 2007 at the 2007 Bristol Comics Expo and was hosted by Norman Lovett.

Favourite Colour Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Favourite Colour Comicbook - BritishEdit

Favourite Black & White Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Favourite Black & White Comicbook - BritishEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite Comics WriterEdit

Favourite Comics Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: PencilsEdit

  • John Cassaday
    • Frank Quitely
    • Bryan Hitch
    • Alex Maleev
    • Frank Cho

Favourite Comics Artist: InksEdit

Favourite Comics Artist: Fully Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite LettererEdit

Favourite EditorEdit

Favourite PublisherEdit

Favourite MangaEdit

Favourite European ComicEdit

Favourite Comics CharacterEdit

Favourite Comics VillainEdit

Favourite Comics Story Published During 2006Edit

  • Nextwave #1-6
    • All-Star Superman
    • Civil War #1 up
    • Daredevil #82-87 The Devil in Cell Block D
    • 52 #1 up

Favourite Comics Cover Published During 2006Edit

Favourite Original Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Magazine About ComicsEdit

Favourite Comics-related BookEdit

  • Making Comics: Storytelling Secrets of Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels (Scott McCloud; HarperCollins)
    • George Pérez: Story Teller (Dynamite)
    • Great British Comics (Paul Gravett and Peter Stanbury; Aurum Press)
    • The Art of Brian Bolland (Image/Desperado)
    • Writing For Comics With Peter David (Impact Books)

Favourite Comics-based Movie or TVEdit

Favourite Comics-related WebsiteEdit

Favourite Web-based ComicEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

  • Warren Ellis
    • Alex Toth
    • Brian K. Vaughan
    • Brian Michael Bendis
    • Tom Frame

2008Edit

The ceremony was held on Saturday May 10, 2008 and the awards were presented by comedian Fraser Ayres.[25]

Award for Favourite Newcomer WriterEdit

Award for Favourite Newcomer ArtistEdit

Award for Favourite Comics WriterEdit

  • Alan Moore
    • Brian K. Vaughan
    • Brian Michael Bendis
    • Ed Brubaker
    • Warren Ellis

Award for Favourite Comics Writer/ArtistEdit

Award for Favourite Comics Artist: PencilsEdit

Award for Favourite Comics Artist: InksEdit

Award for Favourite Artist: Fully-Painted ArtworkEdit

Award for Favourite ColouristEdit

Award for Favourite LettererEdit

  • Dave Gibbons

Award for Favourite EditorEdit

Award for Favourite PublisherEdit

Award for Favourite Colour Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Award for Favourite Colour Comicbook - BritishEdit

Award for Favourite Black and White Comicbook - AmericanEdit

Award for Favourite Black and White Comicbook - BritishEdit

Award for Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Award for Favourite MangaEdit

Award for Favourite European ComicsEdit

Award for Favourite Comics Story published during 2007Edit

Award for Favourite Comics Cover published during 2007Edit

Award for Favourite Original Graphic NovelEdit

Award for Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Award for Favourite Comics HeroEdit

  • Batman

Award for Favourite Comics VillainEdit

Award for Favourite Magazine About ComicsEdit

Award for Favourite Comics-Related BookEdit

Award for Favourite Comics-Based Movie Or TVEdit

Award for Favourite Comics Related WebsiteEdit

  • Marvel.com

Award for Favourite Web-Based ComicEdit

Award for Roll of HonourEdit

  • Mike Mignola

2010Edit

The 2009 vote was skipped but the 2010 nominations (for work done in 2009) [26]

Favourite Newcomer WriterEdit

Favourite Newcomer ArtistEdit

Favourite WriterEdit

  • Warren Ellis

Favourite Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Artist: InksEdit

Favourite Artist: Fully-Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite LettererEdit

Favourite EditorEdit

Favourite PublisherEdit

Favourite American Colour ComicbookEdit

Favourite British Colour ComicbookEdit

Favourite American Black and White ComicbookEdit

Favourite British Black and White ComicbookEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite MangaEdit

Favourite European ComicbookEdit

Favourite Single Story Published During 2009Edit

  • Phonogram: The Singles Club #4: "Konichiwa Bitches"
    • Doctor Who: "The Time Machination"
    • Doctor Who: "Black Death White Life"
    • From the Pages of Bram Stoker's Dracula: Harker
    • R.E.B.E.L.S. Annual #1: "Starro the Conqueror"

Favourite Continued Story Published During 2009Edit

  • The Walking Dead #61-65: "Fear The Hunters"
    • Doctor Who: The Forgotten
    • Judge Dredd: "Tour of Duty"
    • Phonogram: The Singles Club
    • Scalped #19-24: "The Gravel in your Gut"

Favourite Cover Published During 2009Edit

  • Batman and Robin #4 (Frank Quitely)

Favourite Original Graphic Novel Published During 2009Edit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Magazine about ComicsEdit

Favourite Comics-Related BookEdit

Favourite Comics-Related Movie or TV ShowEdit

Favourite Comics Related WebsiteEdit

Favourite Web-Based ComicEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

2011Edit

The awards for work in 2010 on 27 May 2011 and was presented by Billy West.[27][28]

Favourite Newcomer WriterEdit

Favourite Newcomer ArtistEdit

Favourite WriterEdit

Favourite Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Artist: InksEdit

  • Mike Mignola
    • Carlos Ezquerra
    • Gary Erskine
    • Becky Cloonan
    • Bill Sienkiewicz

Favourite Artist: Fully-Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite LettererEdit

Favourite EditorEdit

Favourite PublisherEdit

  • DC Comics/Vertigo/WildStorm
    • Dark Horse Comics
    • Image Comics/Top Cow
    • IDW Publishing
    • Marvel Comics

Favourite American Comicbook: ColourEdit

Favourite American Comicbook: Black and WhiteEdit

Favourite British Comicbook: ColourEdit

Favourite British Comicbook: Black and WhiteEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite MangaEdit

Favourite European ComicbookEdit

Favourite Web-Based ComicEdit

Favourite Single StoryEdit

Favourite Continued StoryEdit

  • The Walking Dead #73-79: "Too Far Gone"
    • Hellboy #47-49: "The Storm"
    • Fables #94-98: "Rose Red"
    • Invincible #71-ongoing: "The Viltrumite War"
    • 2000 AD #1650-1693: Judge Dredd: "Tour of Duty"

Favourite 2010 CoverEdit

Favourite 2010 Original Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Comics-Related BookEdit

Favourite Comics-Related Movie or TV ShowEdit

Favourite Comics-Related WebsiteEdit

Favourite Magazine about ComicsEdit

Roll of HonourEdit

2012Edit

The 2012 Eagle Awards were announced on 25 May 2012.[3][4]

Favourite Newcomer WriterEdit

Favourite Newcomer ArtistEdit

Favourite WriterEdit

Favourite Writer/ArtistEdit

Favourite Artist: PencilsEdit

Favourite Artist: InksEdit

Favourite Artist: Fully Painted ArtworkEdit

Favourite ColouristEdit

Favourite LettererEdit

Favourite EditorEdit

Favourite PublisherEdit

  • DC Comics/Vertigo

Favourite American Comicbook: ColourEdit

Favourite American Comicbook: Black and WhiteEdit

Favourite British Comicbook: ColourEdit

Favourite British Comicbook: Black and WhiteEdit

Favourite New ComicbookEdit

Favourite MangaEdit

Favourite European ComicbookEdit

Favourite Web-Based ComicEdit

Favourite Single StoryEdit

Favourite Continued StoryEdit

  • Walking Dead: "No Way Out"
    • American Vampire: "Ghost War"
    • Batwoman: "Hydrology"
    • Chew: "Flambe"
    • Detective Comics: "The Black Mirror"

Favourite 2011 CoverEdit

  • Batwoman #1 by J.H. Williams III
    • 2000 AD #1752 by D'Israeli (featuring Dirty Frank)
    • Aquaman #1 by Ivan Reis
    • Daredevil #1 by Paolo Rivera
    • Detective Comics #880 by Jock

Favourite 2011 Original Graphic NovelEdit

Favourite Reprint CompilationEdit

Favourite Comics-Related BookEdit

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Roll of HonourEdit

  • Frank Quitely
    • Adam Hughes
    • Brian Michael Bendis
    • Darwyn Cooke
    • Geoff Johns*

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NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Burton, Richard "'The Eagles' are launched!" in Burton (ed.) Comic Media News #30 (Mar-Apr 1977), p. 11
  2. ^ a b "Eagle Ayes" in Cefn Ridout, Bambos, Dick Hanson & Richard Ashford (ed.s) Speakeasy #64 (Jul 1986), p. 3
  3. ^ a b Morris, Steve (May 25, 2012). "The Final Eagle Awards have Landed". Comics Beat. Archived from the original on June 6, 2012. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  4. ^ a b Spurgeon, Tom (May 25, 2012). "Your 2012 Eagle Awards Winners". The Comics Reporter. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  5. ^ "When Eagles Cry" at Bleedingcool.com, 31 May 2012
  6. ^ a b "Stan Lee Backs Revived Eagle Awards" at Downthetubes.net, 25 April 2014
  7. ^ [http://www.digitalspy.com/comics/news/a576811/true-believers-comic-awards-replaces-eagle-awards/ "True Believers Comic Awards replaces Eagle Awards?" by Hugh Armitage, at Digitalspy.com, 10 June 2014
  8. ^ "True Believers Awards Launched as Revamped 'Eagle Award' Site Vanishes", by John Freeman, at Downthetubes.net, 9 June 2014
  9. ^ "True Believers Comic Awards announce 2014 winners" by Kevin Melrose, at Digitalspy.com, 14 July 2014
  10. ^ Previous Winners: 1977, at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 9 September 2018.)
  11. ^ a b c d e f g "Marvel Bullpen Bulletins," Marvel Team-Up #69 (May 1978).
  12. ^ Previous Winners: 1978, at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 9 September 2018.)
  13. ^ The source for this and the other 1979 awards is Previous Winners: 1979, at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 9 September 2018.)
  14. ^ "Previous Winners: 1979" Archived October 23, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.. The Eagle Awards. Retrieved March 13, 2012.
  15. ^ The source for this and other winners is Previous Winners: 1980, at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 9 September 2018.)
  16. ^ Bolland, Brian Archived 2016-04-11 at the Wayback Machine.. Who's Who of American Comic Books, 1928–1999. Retrieved September 30, 2012.
  17. ^ Previous Winners: 1984 at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 22 September 2018.)
  18. ^ Previous Winners: 1986 at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 22 September 2018.)
  19. ^ Previous Winners: 1987 at the Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 22 September 2018.)
  20. ^ Previous Winners: 1988 at the Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 22 September 2018.)
  21. ^ The source for all of these winners is "Previous Winners: 1990" at the Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine.
  22. ^ "Previous Winners: 1990" at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine. (Retrieved 22 September 2018.)
  23. ^ "Previous Winnders 1997" at the Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine.
  24. ^ Previous Winners: 2005 at the official Eagle Awards website, archived at The Wayback Machine
  25. ^ Hunt, James (May 12, 2008). "A Report from Bristol International Comics Expo". Comic Book Resources.
  26. ^ Connelly, Brendon (October 29, 2010). "Full Results Of The 2010 Eagle Awards". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved October 29, 2010.
  27. ^ Johnston, Rich (March 14, 2011). "Eagle Awards Nominations Announced". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved March 14, 2011.
  28. ^ Johnston, Rich (May 27, 2011). "The Eagle Awards – Results And Dave Gibbons' Acceptance Speech". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved May 27, 2011.

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