The Harvey Awards Results: Team Daredevil, Hark!, And J.H. Williams Win Big


The Harvey Awards have just wrapped, and we now know who the big winners of the evening were. The Awards are named for writer and artist Harvey Kurtzman and are given out for achievement in comic books. The awards are nominated by open vote among comic book professionals. The ceremony took place this year at Baltimore Comic-Con and was MC’d by Phil LaMarr. Here’s the rundown of all the winners:

Best Letterer: Chris Eliopoulous

Best Colorist: Dave Stewart

Best Syndicated Strip of Panel: Richard Thompson

Best Online Comic: Hark! A Vagrant, Kate Beaton

Best American Edition of Foreign Material: The Manara Library Vol. 1 Indian Summer and Other Stories

Most Promising New Talent: Sara Pichelli

Special Award For Humor in Comics: Kate Beaton, Hark! A Vagrant

Best Original Graphic Publication For Younger Readers: Anya’s Ghost

Best Graphic Album Previously Published: The Death Ray

Best Anthology: Dark Horse Presents

Best Domestic Reprint Project: Walt Simonson’s The Mighty Thor Artist’s Edition

Best Cover Artist: J.H. Wiliams, Batwoman

Best Artist: J.H. Williams

Best Cartoonist: Kate Beaton for Hark! A Vagrant

Best Single Issue or Story: Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand

Best Inker: Joe Rivera

Best New Series: Daredevil

Best Continuing or Limited Series: Daredevil

Best Writer: Mark Waid

John Romita Jr. was also presented with the Hero Lifetime Achievement Award. It was presented to him from two legends: his father and Stan Lee. From looking over the list, it isn’t hard to see who the big winners at this year’s Harvey Awards were. I’ve been saying it since the book came out- Daredevil is amazing and if you aren’t reading it you really should be. Mark Waid, Paolo and Joe Rivera and now Chris Samnee are doing some fantastic work. Congratulations to all of this years winners. What do you think of the list? Are you happy with the winners? Did somebody get snubbed?

And in related news in case you missed it, check out what became a perfectly timed interview with artist Paolo Rivera from earlier this week by clicking right here!

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Source : Harvey Awards Twitter