Die Gewinner*innen der Joe Shuster Awards 2019

Die Gewinner*innen der diesjährigen Joe Shuster Awards – und somit auch die Honorierungen der besten kanadischen Comics – wurden bekanntgegeben. Der Preis ist selbsterklärend benannt nach dem kanadischen Comickünstler Joe Shuster, welcher zusammen mit Jerry Siegel die Figur Superman schuf.

Hier die Gewinnerinnen und Gewinner in den jeweiligen Kategorien:

Outstanding Writer: Chip Zdarsky for “Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man” and “Marvel Two-in-One” (Marvel Comics).

Outstanding Artist: Karl Kerschl for “Isola” (Image Comics).

Outstanding Cartoonist: Emily Carroll for “Beneath the Dead Oak Tree” (Shortbox).

Comics for Kids Award (The Dragon Award): Julien Paré-Sorel for “Aventurosaure 1. Le Réveil de Rex” (Presses Aventure).

The Gene Day Award for Self-Publishing: Jamie Michaels and Doug Fedrau for “Christie Pits”.

The Gene Day Award for Anthology Collection: “Wayward Sisters: An Anthology of Monstrous Women”.

The T.M. Maple Award: Jennifer Haines, retailer at The Dragon comics stores in Guelph, Ontario, founder of the Comics in the Classroom initiative, and advisor to the Joe Shuster Awards since 2004.

Harry Kremer Award for Outstanding Comic Book Retailer: Variant Edition Comics, Edmonton, Alberta, and The Dragon in Guelph, Ontario.

Hall of Fame Inductees:

Al Hewetson (1946-2004), a Scottish-Canadian writer and editor of American horror-comics magazines. He was best known for writing for Skywald Publications during the 1970s, where he penned over 500 “Horror-Mood” stories for their magazines.

Gerhard (b. 1959), an Edmonton artist best known for the elaborately detailed background art in Dave Sim’s “Cerebus the Aardvark.”
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Dale Keown (b. 1962), an artist whose credits include collaborating with Peter David on “The Incredible Hulk,” and his creator-owned Image series “Pitt.”

Ken Lashley (b. 1967), an artist who has freelanced for DC, Marvel, Hasbro, Lucasfilm and more.

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Emanuel Brauer ist Betreiber des Comic-Blogs bizzaroworldcomics.de, Autor für das Comic-Fachmagazin Comixene sowie auch für Comic.de.