- Angoulême International Comics Festival Humour award
The Humour award was presented to a comic at the
Angoulême International Comics Festivalfrom 1989 until 2001.
* 1989: "
Les vieux copains plein de pépins" by Florence Cestac
* 1990: "
Raoul Fulgurex: Le secret du mystère" by Tronchetand Gelli
* 1991: "
Le pauvre chevalier" by F'Murr
* 1991 (joint winner): "
L’encyclopédie des bébéspart 3" by Daniel Goossens
* 1992: "
Le Petit Spirou" by Tome (author) and Janry (artist), Dupuis
* 1993: "
Raymond Calbuth" by Tronchet
* 1994: "
Les Closh: Le grand karma" by Radisand Bobo, Les Humanoïdes Associés
* 1995: "
La vache: A mort l’homme, vive l’ozone" by Johan De Moorand Stephen Desberg, Casterman
* 1996: "
Poignées d’amour" by Willem
* 1997: "
Le démon de midi" by Florence Cestac
* 1998: "
Jean-Claude Tergal: Portraits de famille" by Tronchet
* 1999: "
Agrippine et l’ancêtre" by Claire Bretécher
* 2000: "
Blotchpart 1" by Blutch, Fluide Glacial
* 2001: "
Napoléon et Bonaparte" by Rochette, Casterman
Les années Sputnik: C’est moi le chef!" by Baru, Casterman
Dans l’cochon tout est bon" by Mazan, Delcourt
** "Donjon parade: Un donjon de trop" by
Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheimand Emmanuel Larcenet, Delcourt
La mort et Lao Tseu: Pas de quartier!" by François Boucq, Casterman
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