The DC Universe Award-Winning Collection

For a long time, I’ve wanted to catalog every award-winning title on DC Universe. This thread will contain my directories to every DCU title to win a noteworthy award. Below, you’ll find a directory of all the award lists I’ve created so far, to be updated as new awards are given and new comics arrive on DCU.

And now, let us begin with The Big One:

THE EISNER AWARDS

Since 1988, the Eisner Awards have stood as the industry equivalent of the Oscars, but for comics. The awards are usually presented at San Diego Comic Con (though I imagine they’ll be distributed some other way this year). They were named for Will Eisner, creator of The Spirit.

When I was first getting into comics, and I couldn’t trust the opinions of my peers, I turned to the list of Eisner winners for a wider consensus on the best that modern comics had to offer. Today, I offer the same opportunity to you, complete with handy links.

ACTION COMICS #587-717

  • 1994: Best Editor, Mike Carlin

ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #427-531

  • 1994: Best Editor, Mike Carlin

ALL-STAR SUPERMAN

  • 2006: Best New Series
  • 2007: Best Continuing Series
  • 2009: Best Continuing Series

THE AUTHORITY (1999) #1-12

  • 2000: Best Colorist/Coloring, Laura DePuy

BATGIRL (2000) #41-57

  • 2004: Best Cover Artist, James Jean
  • 2005: Best Cover Artist, James Jean

BATMAN #515-569

  • 1997: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 1998: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

BATMAN (2016) #1-85

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES: MAD LOVE

  • 1994: Best Single Issue/Single Story

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES HOLIDAY SPECIAL

  • 1995: Best Single Issue/Single Story

BATMAN & ROBIN ADVENTURES

  • 1996: Best Title for Younger Readers
  • 1999: Best Title for Younger Readers

BATMAN/ELMER FUDD SPECIAL

  • 2018: Best Writer, Tom King

BATMAN/THE SPIRIT

  • 2007: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart
  • 2007: Best Single Issue/Single Story

BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE (1996)

BATMAN: BROKEN CITY

  • 2004: Best Colorist/Coloring, Patricia Mulvhill

BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES

  • 1998: Best Title for Younger Readers

BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #1-47

  • 2001: Best Cover Artist, Brian Bolland

BATMAN: HARLEY QUINN

  • 2000: Best Cover Artist, Alex Ross

BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #11-97

  • 1992: Best Colorist/Coloring, Steve Oliff
  • 1993: Best Penciller/Inker (Color Publication), P. Craig Russell
  • 1993: Best Colorist/Coloring, Steve Oliff
  • 1993: Best Editor, Archie Goodwin

BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN

  • 1998: Best Finite Series/Limited Series

BATMAN: NO MAN’S LAND

  • 2000: Best Cover Artist, Alex Ross

BATMAN: POISON IVY

  • 1998: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

BATMAN: SWORD OF AZRAEL

  • 1993: Best Inker, Kevin Nowlan
  • 1993: Best Editor, Archie Goodwin

BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT

  • 2019: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

BATMAN: YEAR 100

  • 2007: Best Writer/Artist (Drama), Paul Pope
  • 2007: Best Finite Series/Limited Series

BATWOMAN: ELEGY

  • 2010: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, J.H. Williams III
  • 2010: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart
  • 2010: Best Cover Artist, J.H. Williams III
  • 2011: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart

BATWOMAN: WORLD’S FINEST

  • 2013: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart

THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN

  • 2002: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2003: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

DC: THE NEW FRONTIER

  • 2005: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart
  • 2005: Best Finite Series/Limited Series

DEADMAN: EXORCISM

  • 1993: Best Editor, Archie Goodwin

DETECTIVE COMICS #742-786

  • 2002: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2002: Best Cover Artist, Dave Johnson
  • 2003: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2004: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

DOOM PATROL (2001)

  • 2003: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart

ETERNITY GIRL

  • 2019: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

THE FLASH (1987) #164-187

  • 2001: Best Cover Artist, Brian Bolland

FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

  • 2004: Best Humor Publication

GOTHAM CENTRAL: HALF A LIFE

  • 2004: Best Serialized Story

GREEN ARROW (2001) #46-59

  • 2005: Best Cover Artist, James Jean

HITMAN

  • 1996: Best Writer, Garth Ennis
  • 1997: Best Editor, Dan Raspler
  • 1999: Best Single Issue/Single Story (HITMAN #34)

HOUSE OF MYSTERY (2008)

  • 2009: Best Writer, Bill Willingham

JUSTICE (2005)

  • 2006: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2008: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA (2006) #11

  • 2008: Best Single Issue/Single Story

KINGDOM COME

  • 1997: Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (Interior), Alex Ross
  • 1997: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 1997: Best Cover Artist, Alex Ross
  • 1997: Best Editor, Dan Raspler
  • 1997: Best Finite Series/Limited Series

LETITIA LERNER, SUPERMAN’S BABYSITTER

  • 2000: Best Writer/Artist (Humor), Kyle Baker
  • 2000: Best Short Story

PLANETARY

  • 2000: Best Colorist/Coloring, Laura DePuy
  • 2004: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, John Cassaday
  • 2005: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, John Cassaday
  • 2006: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, John Cassaday

PLANETARY/BATMAN: NIGHT ON EARTH

  • 2004: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, John Cassaday

PLASTIC MAN (2003)

  • 2004: Best Writer/Artist (Humor), Kyle Baker
  • 2004: Best New Series
  • 2005: Best Writer/Artist (Humor), Kyle Baker
  • 2005: Best Title for Younger Readers
  • 2006: Best Writer/Artist (Humor), Kyle Baker

ROBIN 3000

  • 1993: Best Penciller/Inker (Color Publication), P. Craig Russell

SEVEN SOLDIERS (2006)

  • 2006: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2006: Best Finite Series/Limited Series

SOLO

  • 2006: Best Single Issue/Single Story (SOLO #5)
  • 2006: Best Anthology

THE SPECTRE (1992)

  • 1997: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 1997: Best Editor, Dan Raspler

STARMAN: SAND AND STARS

  • 1997: Best Serialized Story

SUPERMAN (1987) #4-109

  • 1994: Best Editor, Mike Carlin

SUPERMAN #654-658

  • 2007: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart

SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS

  • 1999: Best Artist/Penciller/Inker, Tim Sale

SUPERMAN: LAST SON

  • 2007: Best Colorist/Coloring, Dave Stewart

SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL #1-52

  • 1994: Best Editor, Mike Carlin

SWAMP THING (1982) #101-171

  • 1996: Best Editor, Stuart Moore

SWAMP THING WINTER SPECIAL

  • 2019: Best Short Story, “The Talk of the Saints”

TINY TITANS

  • 2009: Best Publication for Kids
  • 2011: Best Publication for Kids

TOM STRONG (1999)

  • 2000: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2000: Best Single Issue/Single Story (TOM STRONG #1)
  • 2000: Best Serialized Story (TOM STRONG #4-7)
  • 2001: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2002: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2003: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2004: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2005: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

TOM STRONG AND THE ROBOTS OF DOOM

  • 2011: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

TOMORROW STORIES

  • 2000: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2000: Best Anthology
  • 2001: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2002: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

TOP 10

  • 2000: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2001: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2001: Best Continuing Series
  • 2002: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein

WONDER WOMAN (1987) #63-100

  • 1993: Best Cover Artist, Brian Bolland
  • 1994: Best Cover Artist, Brian Bolland

WONDER WOMAN (1987) #139-226

  • 2003: Best Cover Artist, Adam Hughes
  • 2004: Best Colorist/Coloring, Patricia Mulvhill
  • 2005: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
  • 2006: Best Letterer/Lettering, Todd Klein
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The DCU comic to win the most Eisners: Tom Strong… though 6 of the 8 are for Lettering.

The DCU comic to win the most Eisners in one year: Kingdom Come, with 5.

The only New 52 comic to win an Eisner: Batwoman (2011).

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Here’s a list of DCU winners of the Glyph Comics Awards, “the best in comics made by, for, and about people of color.” These awards were founded in 2005 by comics journalist Rich Watson, and was named after his “Glyphs” blog of the same name which explored issues of color in popular culture. It is traditionally presented at the annual East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention in Philadelphia.

CHECKMATE (2006)

  • 2008: Best Female Character, Amanda Waller

FINAL CRISIS: SUBMIT

  • 2009: Best Male Character, Black Lightning

VIXEN: RETURN OF THE LION

  • 2009: Fan Award for Best Comic
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The Harvey Awards

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The Harvey Awards are, after the Eisners, the second-most prestigious award in the American comic book industry today. The Harveys and the Eisners are both the product of their shared predecessor, the Kirby Awards, dissolving in 1988. Named after MAD Magazine co-founder Harvey Kurtzman, The Harvey Awards were originally founded by the president of Fantagraphics, but are no longer formally associated with the publisher. Since 2017, the Harvey Awards have been presented annually at New York Comic Con.

ALL-STAR SUPERMAN

  • 2007: Best Artist or Penciller, Frank Quitely
  • 2008: Best Continuing or Limited Series
  • 2008: Best Single Issue or Story (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN #8)
  • 2008: Best Artist or Penciller, Frank Quitely
  • 2009: Best Continuing or Limited Series
  • 2009: Best Writer, Grant Morrison

THE AUTHORITY (1999) #1-12

  • 2001: Best Colorist, Laura DePuy

BATMAN (2011) #19-51

  • 2015: Best Inker, Danny Miki

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES: MAD LOVE

  • 1994: Best Single Issue or Story

BATWOMAN (2011) #0-24

  • 2012: Best Artist or Penciller, J.H. Williams III
  • 2012: Best Cover Artist, J.H. Williams III

DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE

  • 2016: Best Inker, Klaus Janson

DC: THE NEW FRONTIER

  • 2005: Best Continuing or Limited Series
  • 2005: Best Artist or Penciller, Darwyn Cooke
  • 2005: Best Colorist, Dave Stewart

GOTHAM CENTRAL: HALF A LIFE

  • 2004: Best Single Issue or Story

KINGDOM COME

  • 1997: Best Artist or Penciller, Alex Ross
  • 1997: Best Cover Artist, Alex Ross (KINGDOM COME #1)

PLASTIC MAN (2003)

  • 2004: Best New Series
  • 2005: Special Award for Humor, Kyle Baker
  • 2006: Special Award for Humor, Kyle Baker

SOLO

  • 2006: Best Anthology

TINY TITANS

  • 2011: Best Original Graphic Publication for Younger Readers

TOMORROW STORIES

  • 2000: Best Anthology

WONDER WOMAN (1987) #139-226

  • 2001: Best Cover Artist, Adam Hughes
  • 2002: Best Cover Artist, Adam Hughes
  • 2003: Best Cover Artist, Adam Hughes
  • 2005: Best Letterer, Todd Klein

WORLD’S FINEST (1990)

  • 1991: Best Artist or Penciller, Steve Rude
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THE RINGO AWARDS

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In 2016, the Harvey Awards had left their previous home of Baltimore Comic-Con to a change of venue at NYCC. In its place, Baltimore Comic-Con began hosting The Ringo Awards, named in honor of Flash artist Mike Wieringo.

BATMAN/ELMER FUDD SPECIAL

  • 2018: Best Single Issue or Story
  • 2018: Best Humor Comic

FUTURE QUEST #1

  • 2017: Mike Wieringo Spirit Award

SWAMP THING WINTER SPECIAL

  • 2019: Best Single Issue or Story
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THE ALLEY AWARDS

The Alley Awards are the oldest widely recognized American comic book award in the history of the industry. Organized by the “Academy of Comic-Book Fans and Collectors,” the Alley Award were named for caveman comic strip character “Alley Oop,” and ran from 1961 to 1969. They were distributed at Philadelphia’s Comic Art Convention, and discontinued when the ACBFC was disbanded in 1970.

THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD (1955) #42

  • 1962: Best Single Comic Book Cover

THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD (1955) #79

  • 1968: Best Full-Length Story

CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN (1958)

  • 1967: Best Comic Magazine, Non-Super-Powered Group Title
  • 1967: Best Normal Adventure Group

DETECTIVE COMICS (1937) #329

  • 1964: Best Comic Book Cover

THE FLASH (1959) #123

  • 1961: Best Cover
  • 1961: Best Story

THE FLASH (1959) #148

  • 1964: Best Short Story, “Doorway to the Unknown”

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA (1960)

  • 1961: Best Regularly Published Comic Book
  • 1963: Favorite Novel (#21-22)

MYSTERY IN SPACE (1951)

  • 1962: Best Book-Length Story (#75)
  • 1963: Comic Displaying Best Interior Color Work

STRANGE ADVENTURES (1950)

  • 1963: Best Comic, General Fantasy
  • 1965: Best Regularly Published Fantasy Comic
  • 1966: Best Comic Magazine, Fantasy/SF/Supernatural Title
  • 1967: Best Professional Work, Full-Length Story (#205)
  • 1967: Best Professional Work, Cover (#207)
  • 1967: Best New Strip, “Deadman”
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THE COMICS BUYER’S GUIDE FAN AWARDS

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As the name suggests, the CBGF Awards were presented by The Comics Buyer’s Guide, once the longest running magazine about the comic book industry. From 1982 to 1996, the awards were presented at Chicago Comic-Con. After that, the awards were simply published in the magazine itself, until the tradition came to an end in 2010.

BATMAN: THE CULT

  • 1987: Favorite Limited Series

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS

  • 1986: Favorite Limited Series
  • 1986: Favorite Comic Book Story

BATMAN: A DEATH IN THE FAMILY

  • 1988: Favorite Comic Book Story

BATMAN: HUSH

  • 2003: Favorite Comic Book Story

BATMAN: A LONELY PLACE OF DYING

  • 1989: Favorite Comic Book Story

BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN

  • 1997: Favorite Limited Series

BATMAN: NO MAN’S LAND

  • 1999: Favorite Comic Book Story

BATMAN: SON OF THE DEMON

  • 1987: Favorite Original Graphic Novel/Album

CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS

  • 1985: Favorite Limited Series
  • 1985: Favorite Comic Book Story (#7)

THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN

  • 1992: Favorite Comic Book Story

HAWKWORLD (1989)

  • 1989: Favorite Limited Series

IDENTITY CRISIS #1-5

  • 2004: Favorite Comic Book Story

INFINITE CRISIS

  • 2005: Favorite Comic Book
  • Favorite Comic Book Story (#1)

JSA (1999)

  • 2001: Favorite Comic Book
  • 2002: Favorite Comic Book
  • 2003: Favorite Comic Book
  • 2004: Favorite Comic Book

JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL (1987)

  • 1987: Favorite Comic Book

KINGDOM COME

  • 1996: Favorite Limited Series
  • 1996: Favorite Comic Book Story

LOBO (1990)

  • 1990: Favorite Limited Series

THE NEW TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT

  • 1984: Favorite Comic Book Story

STARMAN (1994)

  • 2000: Favorite Comic Book
  • 2000: Favorite Comic Book Story (#62-72)

SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS

  • 1998: Favorite Limited Series
  • 1998: Favorite Comic Book Story

SUPERMAN: SPEEDING BULLETS

  • 1993: Favorite Original Graphic Novel/Album

SWAMP THING (1982)

  • 1985: Favorite Comic Book
  • 1986: Favorite Comic Book
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THE DON THOMPSON AWARDS

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Sponsored by CompuServe on behalf of one of the first comic book enthusiast fan groups on the internet, these awards were named in honor of Comics Buyer’s Guide publisher Don Thompson, and were overseen by his widow and Comics Buyer’s Guide editor, Maggie Thompson. They were distributed from 1992 to 1998 at Motor City Comic Con in Detroit, Michigan.

Also, a note about the “Most Improved” award: this award is not necessarily meant to suggest that the previous work on the title from the issues cited was poor, but specifically to recognize the exemplary work of a new creative team on an ongoing title.

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES (1992)

  • 1992: Best Publication Design

BATMAN: BLACK & WHITE (1996)

  • 1996: Best Anthology

BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES (1998)

  • 1998: Favorite Comic Book Work for All Ages

BATMAN/HOUDINI: THE DEVIL’S WORKSHOP

  • 1993: Best Graphic Novel

BLACK LIGHTNING: REQUIEM

  • 1995: Best Single Issue

THE FLASH (1987) #62-162

  • 1993: Most Improved Series

KINGDOM COME

  • 1996: Best Cover (#4)
  • 1996: Best Limited Series

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (1989) #59-71

  • 1994: Most Improved Series

LEGIONNAIRES (1993) #16-19

  • 1994: Most Improved Series

THE SPECTRE (1992)

  • 1992: Best Cover (#2)
  • 1992: Best New Series

STARMAN (1994)

  • 1994: Best New Series
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THE GOETHE AWARDS

After the discontinuation of The Alley Awards in 1970, Don and Maggie Thompson helped launched The Goethe Awards to take its place in Philadelphia. It was named for Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, an 18th century writer and arguably the first proponent of the comic strip medium. The Goethe Awards were held from 1971 to 1976.

GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW

  • 1971: Favorite Pro Comic Book
  • 1971: Favorite Comic Book Story (#76)

SWAMP THING (1972)

  • 1974: Favorite Pro Comic Book
  • 1974: Favorite Comic Book Story (#7)
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THE SHAZAM AWARDS

After the fall of the Alley Awards, a new comic enthusiast group called the “Academy of Comic Book Arts” began their own award ceremony to replace the one which had been lost (although Don and Maggie Thompson would soon after do the same with their “Goethe Awards.”) Naturally, the awards were named after SHAZAM!, one of the most influential and iconic American comic books in history. The Academy held these awards at formal dinner parties from 1970 to 1974.

DETECTIVE COMICS (1937) #437

  • 1973: Best Individual Short Story (Dramatic), “Manhunter: The Himalayan Incident”

DETECTIVE COMICS (1937) #441

  • 1974: Best Individual Short Story (Dramatic), “Manhunter: Cathedral Perilous”

DETECTIVE COMICS (1937) #443

  • 1974: Best Individual Story (Dramatic)

THE FOREVER PEOPLE (1971)

  • 1971: Special Achievement by an Individual, Jack Kirby

GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW

  • 1970: Best Story (#76)
  • 1970: Best Continuing Feature
  • 1971: Best Individual Story (#85)

HOUSE OF MYSTERY (1951) #202

  • Best Humor Story, “The Poster Plague”

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA (1960) #103-116

  • 1973: Best Inker, Dick Giordano

MISTER MIRACLE (1971)

  • 1971: Special Achievement by an Individual, Jack Kirby

THE NEW GODS (1971)

  • 1971: Special Achievement by an Individual, Jack Kirby

SUPERMAN’S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN (1954) #133-148

  • 1971: Special Achievement by an Individual, Jack Kirby

SWAMP THING (1972)

  • 1972: Best Individual Story (#1)
  • 1972: Best Writer (Dramatic), Len Wein
  • 1972: Best Penciller (Dramatic), Berni Wrightson
  • 1973: Best Continuing Feature
  • 1973: Best Penciller (Dramatic), Berni Wrightson
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THE KIRBY AWARDS

For the first half of the 1970s, the Shazam Awards were considered the industry standard ceremony for recognition of achievement in comics. But for a decade after their dissolution, no real top tier prestigious award for comics existed. That changed in 1985, when Amazing Heroes magazine editor Dave Olbrich partnered with Fantagraphics to create the Kirby Awards: named, of course, in honor of the king himself, Jack Kirby. The Kirby Awards were only held for 3 years at San Diego Comic-Con, after which Olbrich and Fantagraphics were embroiled in a dispute over ownership, which became so heated that Kirby withdrew permission to use his name. Olbrich then went on to found The Eisner Awards, while Fantagraphics spearheaded The Harveys.

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS

  • 1987: Best Single Issue (#1)
  • 1987: Best Graphic Album
  • 1987: Best Art Team; Frank Miller, Klaus Janson, and Lynn Varley

CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS

  • 1985: Best Finite Series
  • 1986: Best Finite Series
  • 1986: Best Art Team, George Pérez and Jerry Ordway

SWAMP THING (1982)

  • 1985: Best Single Issue (Annual #2)
  • 1985: Best Continuing Series
  • 1985: Best Writer, Alan Moore
  • 1985: Best Art Team, Steve Bissette and John Totleben
  • 1985: Best Cover (#34)
  • 1986: Best Continuing Series
  • 1986: Best Writer, Alan Moore
  • 1987: Best Continuing Series
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THE LULU AWARDS

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The Lulu Awards were organized by “Friends of Lulu,” an organization promoting the advancement of women in the male-dominated comic book industry. Their name comes from the classic comic strip character Little Lulu, created by Marjorie Henderson Buell. From 1997 to 2009, the Lulu Awards were presented at San Diego Comic-Con. In 2010, money problems led to the group’s dissolution.

Throughout the 13 year run of the ceremony, only one DC title was ever honored with a Lulu Award:

CATWOMAN (1993) #54-71

  • 1999: Kimberly Yale Award for Best New Talent, Devin Grayson
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THE WIZARD FAN AWARDS

In the comics boom of the 1990s, Wizard magazine was by far the most popular publication about the world of comic books. Every year between 1993 and 2006, Wizard ran an annual Wizard Fan Awards feature, where the comics most worthy of recognition were selected by the fans. Wizard ceased physical publication altogether in 2011, but they’ll always be part of comic history.

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  • 2006: Favorite Cover Artist, J.G. Jones
  • 2006: Favorite Editor, Steve Wacker
  • 2006: Favorite Ongoing Series

ALL-STAR BATMAN AND ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER

  • 2005: Favorite Inker, Scott Williams

BATMAN: HUSH

  • 2002: Favorite Penciller, Jim Lee
  • 2002: Favorite Colorist, Alex Sinclair
  • 2003: Favorite Penciller, Jim Lee
  • 2003: Favorite Inker, Scott Williams
  • 2003: Favorite Colorist, Alex Sinclair
  • 2003: Favorite Ongoing Series, BATMAN
  • 2003: Comics’ Greatest Moment (BATMAN #617)

COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS

  • 2005: Favorite One-Shot

THE FLASH (1987) #164-225

  • 2005: Favorite Writer, Geoff Johns

GEN13 (1994)

  • 1995: Favorite Cover (#1)
  • 1995: Favorite Graphic Novel, Trade Paperback, or Hardcover

GREEN LANTERN (2005)

  • 2005: Favorite Writer, Geoff Johns

IDENTITY CRISIS

  • 2004: Favorite Mini-Series

INFINITE CRISIS

  • 2005: Favorite Writer, Geoff Johns
  • 2006: Favorite Writer, Geoff Johns
  • 2006: Favorite Mini-Series

JLA (1996) #44

  • 2000: Comics’ Greatest Moment

JUSTICE (2005)

  • 2005: Favorite Painter, Alex Ross

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA (2006) #0-27

  • 2006: Favorite Breakout Talent, Ed Benes

PLANETARY

  • 2004: Favorite Penciller, John Cassaday
  • 2005: Favorite Penciller, John Cassaday

PLANETARY/BATMAN: NIGHT ON EARTH

  • 2003: Favorite One-Shot

SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS

  • 1998: Favorite One-Shot or Mini-Series

TEEN TITANS (2003)

  • 2003: Favorite Breakout Talent, Mike McKone
  • 2005: Favorite Writer, Geoff Johns

VILLAINS UNITED

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GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book

In 1990, GLAAD (formerly the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) began holding an annual ceremony recognizing outstanding queer representation throughout all forms of media. In 1992, DC became the first company to publish a title worthy of the award. And as of 2019, they’re also the most recent.

1992: THE FLASH (1987) #15-61
1999: SUPERGIRL (1996)
2002: GREEN LANTERN (1990) #129-164
2003: GREEN LANTERN (1990) #129-164
2004: CATWOMAN (2002) #1-37
2010: BATWOMAN: ELEGY
2012: BATWOMAN (2011) #1-25
2019: EXIT, STAGE LEFT: THE SNAGGLEPUSS CHRONICLES

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