The British Comic Awards 2012: The Results

The inaugural British Comic Awards ceremony was held tonight, with founder Adam Cadwell presiding. More details to come tomorrow, but here’s a list of the winners. Congratulations to all, and to all… congratulations!

BEST BOOK:

NELSON

Edited by Rob Davis and Woodrow Phoenix.

An anthology book featuring work from a number of British creators, including Roger Langridge, Paul Grist, Kate Brown, Duncan Fegredo and Posy Simmonds

BEST COMIC

Bad Machinery

Written and drawn by John Allison.

Which you can and should find online here

EMERGING TALENT

Josceline Fenton

The creator of Hemlock, among others.

YOUNG PEOPLE’S COMIC AWARD

Hilda and the Midnight Giant

Written and drawn by Luke Pearson.

A comic which features a rabbit avalanche

HALL OF FAME AWARD

Raymond Briggs

Creator of Father Christmas and The Snowman, who in doing so essentially defined the spirit of Christmas for millions of children growing up over the last few decades. They stand alongside a remarkable number of incredible, extraordinary works, spanning an unbelievably creative and charming career. A British icon!

 

Congratulations to all the winners!

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