[UDPATED] 2010 Eagle Award Winners Announced at the London MCM Expo!


UPDATE: Well, obviously I wasn’t at the Eagle award ceremony, as I live in Canada. So the results I posted below were from the official press release from the Eagle Awards Committee, who I thought were the most trustworthy source… turns out, not so much! Their list has one glaring omission, they forgot the category of ‘Favourite British  Comicbook: Back and White‘. The winner of this category was Whatever Happened to the World’s Fastest Man?, from our good friends over at Accent UK! So huge congratulations to Dave West and Marleen Lowe for their win. It’s hugely deserved!

The 2010 Eagle Awards were held last night at London’s MCM Expo, and I was pleased to see that the winners list was almost exactly what I voted for. However, I disagree with the best editor vote, clearly that should have gone to Tharg!

Congratulation to all the winner (and the runners-up)!

The full list of winners is shown below along with the official press release from the guys over at the Eagle Awards Committee. To check out the nominees who were in the running for this year’s awards, click here.


(for material published in 2009)

THIS year was a banner one for the Eagle Awards as London’s MCM Expo took on responsibility for hosting the awards on a permanent basis.

It was also another record-breaking year for the awards with a continued growth in the number of participating voters. Continuing to expand their worldwide penetration, Yet again, the awards took on more of an international flavour. Apart from Britain, the USA and Canada, the thousands of ballots that flooded in came from more than 100 countries. Among them were several in Europe as well as Afghanistan, Botswana, Egypt, India, North Korea, Russia, Thailand, Uruguay, Vietnam and Zimbabwe to name but a few.

A highlight of the MCM Expo, the Eagle Awards results for 2009 were announced at a gala presentation held at London’s ExCeL on Friday, October 29 2010.

A complete list of winners follows:

Roll of Honour – Brian Bolland

Favourite Newcomer Writer – Jonathan Hickman

Favourite Newcomer Artist – Jamie McKelvie

Favourite Writer – Warren Ellis

Favourite Writer/Artist – Darwyn Cooke

Favourite Artist: Pencils – Frank Quietly

Favourite Artist: Inks – Kevin O’Neill

Favourite Artist: Fully-Painted Artwork – J.H. Williams III

Favourite Colourist – Ben Templesmith

Favourite Letterer – Todd Klein

Favourite Editor – Axel Alonso

Favourite Publisher – DC/Vertigo

Favourite American Comicbook: Colour – Batman & Robin

Favourite British  Comicbook: Colour – 2000 AD

Favourite American Comicbook: Black and White – Walking Dead

Favourite New Comicbook – Batman & Robin

Favourite Manga – Fullmetal Alchemist

Favourite European Comicbook – Requiem Chevalier Vampire

Favourite 2009 Single Story – Phonogram – The Singles Club 4: Konichiwa Bitches

Favourite 2009 Continued Story – Walking Dead #61-65: Fear The Hunters

Favourite 2009 Cover – Batman & Robin #4

Favourite 2009 Original Graphic Novel – The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century

Favourite 2009 Reprint Compilation – Captain Britain Omnibus by Alan Moore & Alan Davis

Favourite Magazine about Comics – Wizard

Favourite Comics-Related Book – The Insider’s Guide to Creating Comics and Graphic Novels (Andy Schmidt)

Favourite Comics-Related Movie or TV Show – Watchmen

Favourite Comics-Related Websitecomicbookresources.com

Favourite Web-Based Comic – Freak Angels

For further information/interviews, please contact Cassandra Conroy at: [email protected]

High resolution versions of the Eagle Awards logo are available as are photos of the impressive Eagle Awards statues, which are finished in cut glass. Send requests stating format, resolution and size required to: [email protected]

Introduced in 1976, the Eagles are the comics industry’s longest established awards. Acknowledged as the pre-eminent international prizes, they have been featured on the covers of leading US and UK titles across the last 32 years ranging from Uncanny X-Men and Swamp Thing to MAD and 2000 AD.

Unique in the comics industry in that they reflect both the professional and the reader’s choice, the Eagle Awards comprise of two distinct stages:

(i) A Nominations Form allows the entire comics community to choose their favourites.

(ii) The top five nominations then appear on the voting form for the readers and fans to choose from, thus focusing the fans with no wasted votes.

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