List of Lulu Award winners

The Lulu Awards, presented annually at Comic-Con International in San Diego, California, by the Friends of Lulu bestowed the Lulu of the Year trophy for overall work; with additional awards, variously over the years, having included the Kimberly Yale Award for Best New Talent; the Volunteer of the Year Award; and both the Women of Distinction Award and induction into the Women Cartoonists Hall of Fame.

Lulu of the YearEdit

Winners and nominees. Awards could be given to either the works or the creators.

1997Edit

1998Edit

1999Edit

2000Edit

2001Edit

2002Edit

  • Sequential Tart, Marcia Allas, editor
    • Chynna Clugston-Major, Blue Monday
    • Lea Hernandez, Cathedral Child
    • Carla Speed McNeil, Finder
    • Jill Thompson, Scary Godmother

2003Edit

2004Edit

2005Edit

2006Edit

2007Edit

2008Edit

2009Edit

Women Cartoonists Hall of FameEdit

In 2009, shortly before the demise of the Friends of Lulu, the Hall of Fame was renamed The Female Cartoonists And Comic Book Writer's Hall Of Fame.

1997Edit

1998Edit

1999Edit

  • Ramona Fradon
    • Marge Henderson Buell
    • Lynn Johnston
    • Trina Robbins

2000Edit

2001Edit

Tie:

2002Edit

  • Lynn Johnston
    • Nell Brinkley, early 20th century cartoonist/illustrator
    • Wendy Pini, Elfquest
    • Barb Rausch, Barbie
    • Dorothy Woolfolk Roubicek
    • Rumiko Takahashi

2003Edit

  • Wendy Pini
    • Lynda Barry, Marlys and One! Hundred! Demons!
    • Barb Rausch, Vicki Valentine and Barbie
    • Dorothy Woolfolk Roubicek
    • Rumiko Takahashi

2004Edit

2005Edit

2006Edit

2007Edit

2008Edit

2009Edit

Kimberly Yale Award for Best New TalentEdit

1997Edit

1998Edit

1999Edit

  • Devin Grayson, Catwoman, Black Widow
    • Dawn Brown, Little Red Hot
    • Chynna Clugston-Major, "Blue Monday" in Action Girl and Oni Double Feature
    • Jane Fisher & Kirsten Petersen, WJHC
    • Rachel Hartman, Amy Unbounded
    • Ariel Schrag, Definition; Potential
    • Jen Sorensen, Slowpoke
    • Tara Tallan, Galaxion
    • Maggie Whorf, BoHoS

2000Edit

  • Rachel Hartman (Amy Unbounded)
    • Kalah Allen (Jann of Renew)
    • Rachel Nacion,[1] misspelled "Rachel Ancion"[2][3] (Shades of Blue)
    • Suzanne Baumann,[4] misspelled "Suzanne Bowman"[2] (Fridge Magnet Stories)
    • Chynna Clugston-Major (Blue Monday)
    • Leela Corman,[5] misspelled "Leelah Corman"[2] (Flim Flam, Queen's Day)
    • Alison Williams (Sorcerer's Children)

2001Edit

2002Edit

Tie:

2003Edit

2004Edit

2005Edit

  • Vera Brosgol (Flight, Hopeless Savages B-Sides)
    • Stephanie Freese (Ripped from the Headlines)
    • Dorothy Gambrell (Cat and Girl)
    • Emily Horne (www.asofterworld.com)
    • Tintin Pantoja (Sevenplains, Girlamatic.com, and www.mentaltentacle.com)

2006Edit

2007Edit

2008Edit

2009Edit

Volunteer of the Year AwardEdit

2003
  • Dave Roman (Editor, Broad Appeal)
  • Chris Kohler (webmaster)
2004
  • Charlie Boatner
2005
  • Marc Wilkofsky (New York Chapter)
2006
  • Donnie Tracey (Gotham City Limits)
2007
  • MK Reed
  • Robin Enrico
2008
  • Lee Binswanger

Women of Distinction AwardEdit

2004Edit

2005Edit

  • Heidi MacDonald editor The Beat

2006Edit

  • Diana Schutz (Editor, Dark Horse Comics)
    • Karen Berger (Editor, DC/Vertigo)
    • Jackie Estrada (Exhibit A Press, Administrator Eisner Awards)
    • Françoise Mouly (Art Director, The New Yorker)
    • Ronee Garcia Bougeious (Comics News Editor and columnist, PopCultureShock.com)

2007Edit

2008Edit

2009Edit

Leah Adezio Award for Best Kid-Friendly WorkEdit

Best Female CharacterEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rachel Nacion at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
  2. ^ a b c "Friends of Lulu 2000 Lulu Awards", Comic Book Awards Almanac
  3. ^ "Shades Of Blue Interview", Lonely.geek.nz, February 14, 2001: "Darren Schroeder: What is your full name? / Rachel Suzanne Nacion [...] Friends of Lulu nominated me for Best New Talent [...] although they spelled my last name, Ancion."
  4. ^ Suzanne Baumann at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
  5. ^ Leela Corman at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
  6. ^ Clio Chiang at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
  7. ^ "Friends of Lulu 2006 Lulu Awards", Comic Book Awards Almanac

External linksEdit

  • "The Lulu Award Winners 1997-2008". Friends of Lulu. 2007. Archived from the original on February 7, 2009.
  • "Lulu Award". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Archived from the original on January 26, 2013.
  • Comic-Con Watch: Meet the Brain Janes, S. Crabtree, Los Angeles Times, July 27, 2007