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List of comics awards

American awardsEdit

Timeline of notable U.S. comics awardsEdit

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 awardsEdit

Belgian awardsEdit

Brazilian awardsEdit

British awardsEdit

Canadian awardsEdit

  • Prix Bédéis Causa - awarded to French language comics by the Festival de la BD francophone de Québec since 1988
  • Bédélys Prize - awarded to French language comics since 2000
  • The Doug Wright Awards - first awarded in 2005
  • National Newspaper Awards of Canada include a category for Editorial Cartoonist
  • Joe Shuster Awards - first awarded in 2005

Dutch awardsEdit

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

French awardsEdit

German awardsEdit

  • 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 awardsEdit

Irish awardsEdit

Indian awardsEdit

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

Italian awardsEdit

Japanese awardsEdit

Norwegian awardsEdit

Polish awardsEdit

Qatar awardsEdit

Singaporean awardsEdit

  • ComiIdol - first awarded in 2006

Spanish awardsEdit

Swedish awardsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  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. ^ SICBA official website.
  4. ^ Stan Lee Excelsior Award official website. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  5. ^ British Comic Awards official website Archived 2018-12-07 at the Wayback Machine. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  6. ^ 9th Art Festival official website. Accessed Feb. 5, 2016.
  7. ^ [https://www.cbr.com/true-believers-comic-awards-announce-2014-winners/ "True Believers Comic Awards announce 2014 winners" by Kevin Melrose, at Digitalspy.com, 14 July 2014
  8. ^ http://www.comicdom.gr/2015/04/03/ellinika-vraveia-comics/
  9. ^ http://www.drunkendruidawards.com/

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