- Angoulême International Comics Festival Media award
This media award was presented at the
Angoulême International Comics Festival. It was given by different media over the years, with sometimes different awards in one year. From 2004 on, these awards are still presented at the time of the festival, but are no longer part of the official awards presented by the festival itself, and thus are excluded from this list.Nominations are given beneath the winner, with indentation and without bold typeface.
Elleaward: Hugo Pratt
TF1award: Mohamed Aouamri
* 1983: Press prize: "
RanXerox" by Tanino Liberatoreand Stefano Tamburini
* 1984: Press prize: "
Bob Marone" by Yann and Conrad
* 1985: TF1 award: "
La balade du bout du monde" by Makyoand Vicomte, Glénat
* (1986: no award in this category)
* 1987: Antenne 2 award: "Jefferson" by
Antipode mediaaward: " Le Talis Balaouine" by Marreand Carron
* 1989: Antenne 2 award: "Léonard" by Turk and
Bob de Groot, Le Lombard
* (1990: no award in this category)
* 1991: Press prize: "
Les lumières de L’Amalou" by Christophe Gibelinand Claire Wendling
France Infoaward: " Le chemin de l’Amérique" by Baru, Thévenetand Ledran, L'Écho des savanes/Albin Michel
* 1992: France Info award: "
Le baron rouge" by Georges Pratt
* 1993: Press prize: "
Le bar du vieux Français" by Jean-Philippe Stassenand Denis Lapière, Dupuis
* 1993: France Info award: "
Les maîtres de l’orgepart 1" by Valles and Jean Van Hamme, Glénat
* 1994: France Info award: "
La fille aux ibis" by Christian Laxand Giroud, Dupuis
* 1995: France Info award: "
L’homme qui a fait le tour du mondeby Aymondand Pierre Christin
* (1996: no award in this category)
* (1997: no award in this category)
* (1998: no award in this category)
* 1999: Press prize: "
Azrayenpart 1" by Christian Laxand Giroud, Dupuis
* 1999: France Info award: "Palestine part 2"
* 2000: France Info award: "
Passage en douce: Carnet d’errance" by Klacokar, Fréon
* 2001: France Info award: "
Déogratias" by Jean-Philippe Stassen, Dupuis
Canal BDaward: " Réseau Bombyce" by Céciland Corbeyran, Les Humanoïdes Associés
* 2002: Canal BD award: "
Isaac Le Pirate: Les Amériques" by Christopher Blain, Dargaud
Amours fragiles: Le dernier printemps" by Beuriotand Richelle, Casterman
** "Bouncer: Un diamant pour l’au-delà" by
François Boucqand Alejandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
Le cri du peuple: Les canons du 18 mars" by Jacques Tardiand Jean Vautrin, Casterman
Le décalogue: Le manuscrit" by J. Béhéand F. Giroud, Glénat
** "Djinn: La favorite" by
A. Mirallesand Jean Dufaux, Dargaud
** "Gabrielle part 1" by Kara, Pointe Noire
** "Ocean City: Torticolis et deltoïdes" by
Korowskiand Chauvel, Delcourt
Olives noires: Pourquoi cette nuit est différente des autres nuits?" by E. Guibertand Joann Sfar, Dupuis
Rural!" by E. Davodeau, Delcourt
Sur les traces d’Horus: Khaemonaset ou la loi de Maät" by I. Dethan, Delcourt
Tiresias: La révélation" by C. Rossiand Serge Letendre, Casterman
* 2003: France Info award: "
Carnets d’Orientpart 6" by Jacques Ferrandez, Casterman
* 2003: Canal BD award: "
Quartier lointainpart 1" by Jiro Taniguchi, Casterman
Algernon Woodcockpart 1" by Sorel and Dieter
Berlin, la cité des pierrespart 1" by Jason
Carnet d’Orientpart 6" by Jacques Ferrandez
Le chat du rabbinpart 1" by Joann Sfar
** "Jimmy Corrigan" by
El Niñopart 1" by Perrissinand Pavlovic
Phénomenumpart 1" by Kaminkaand Cédrines
Le pouvoir des innocentspart 5" by Hirnand Brunschwig
Ring circuspart 3" by Chauveland Formosa
Vitesse moderne" by Blutch
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