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British Comic Awards Nominees 2012

It is with great pleasure that we announce the nominees for the very first British Comic Awards. Without further ado…

BEST BOOK

Don Quixote: Volume 1 – Rob Davis
Published by Self Made Hero, September 2011.

Goliath – Tom Gauld
Published by Drawn and Quarterly, February 2012.

Hilda and the Midnight Giant – Luke Pearson
Published by NoBrow Press, November 2011.

Nelson – Various
Published by Blank Slate Books, November 2011.

Science Tales – Darryl Cunningham
Published by Myriad Editions, April 2012.

BEST COMIC

Accidental Salad – Joe Decie
Published by Blank Slate Books (Chalk Marks), October 2011.

Bad Machinery – John Allison
Published online at http://scarygoround.com

Girl & Boy – Andrew Tunney
Self published, November 2011.

Hemlock – Josceline Fenton
Published online at http://hemlock.smackjeeves.com
Volume 3 self published, October 2011.

Tuk Tuk – Will Kirkby
Self published, September 2011.

EMERGING TALENT

Kristyna Baczynskihttp://www.kristyna.co.uk
Josceline Fentonhttp://www.mildtarantula.com
Will Kirkbyhttp://chamonkee.livejournal.com
Louis Roskoschhttp://www.louisroskosch.com
Jack Teagle http://jackteagle.co.uk

Congratulations to all those nominated!

The entrant to our final category, the Hall of Fame award, will be announced at the BCA ceremony on 17th November as part of the Thought Bubble Festival in Leeds.


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