Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize Awarded by the Audience


Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize Awarded by the Audience

This Prize Awarded by the Audience is awarded to comics authors at the Angoulême International Comics Festival since 1989. The winner is in bold, the (long) list of nominees follows.

1980s

* 1989: "Le grand pouvoir de Chninkel" by Rosinski and Jean Van Hamme, Casterman

1990s

* 1990: "Broussaille: La nuit du chat" by Frank Pé and Bom, Dupuis
* 1991: "Le dernier chant des Malaterre" by François Bourgeon, Casterman
* 1992: ' by Régis Loisel"', Vents d'Ouest
* 1993: "Théodore Poussin: Un passager porté disparu" by Frank Le Gall, Dupuis
* 1994: "Jeux pour mourir" by Jacques Tardi, Casterman
* 1995: ' by Régis Loisel"', Vents d'Ouest
* (1996: no award in this category)
* 1997: "Blake and Mortimer: L’affaire Francis Blake" by Ted Benoit and Jean Van Hamme, after Edgar Pierre Jacobs, Blake et Mortimer
* (1998: no award in this category)
* (1999: no award in this category)

2000s

* 2000: "Le vent dans les saules part 3" by Michel Plessix, Delcourt
* 2001: "Les Bidochon part 17" by Christian Binet, Fluide Glacial
* 2002: "Le cri du peuple: Les canons du 18 mars" by Jacques Tardi, after Jean Vautrin, Casterman

* 2003: "Titeuf: La loi du préau" by Zep, Glénat
** "Bouncer: La pitié des bourreaux" by François Boucq and Alexandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Carnets d'orient: La guerre fantôme" by Jacques Ferrandez, Casterman
** "Le cri du peuple: L'espoir assassiné" by Jacques Tardi, after Jean Vautrin, Casterman
** "Édika: Peurs bleues" by Édika, Fluide Glacial
** "John Doe: London Pepperoni" by Alain Henriet and Baloo, Delcourt
** "Kookaburra Universe: Le secret du sniper" by Ange, Didier Crisse, Nicolas Mitric and Christian Patrick, Soleil
** "Largo Winch: Shadow" by Philippe Francq and Jean Van Hamme, Dupuis
** "Manhattan Beach 1957 part 1" by Hermann and Yves Huppen, Le Lombard
** "Le nouveau Jean-Claude: Pizza mon amour" by Jean-Louis Tripp and Tronchet, Albin Michel
** "Peter Pan: Crochet" by Régis Loisel, Vents d'Ouest
** "Phenomenum: Opus 0" by Kaminka and Marc Vedrines, Glénat
** "Plume aux vents: Ni dieu ni diable" by Juillard and Patrick Cothias, Dargaud
** "Le retour à la terre: La vraie vie" by Jean-Yves Ferri and Emmanuel Larcenet, Dargaud
** "Le scorpion: La croix de pierre" by Enrico Marini and Stephen Desberg, Dargaud
** "Les Technopères: Halkattrazz, l'étoile des bourreaux" by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Zoran Janjetov, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Thorgal: Le barbare" by Rosinski and Van Hamme, Le Lombard
** "Torso" by Marc Andreyko and Brian Michael Bendis, Semic
** "Trolls de Troy: Trolls dans la brume" by Scotch Arleston and Jean-Louis Mourier, Soleil
** "XIII: Lâchez les chiens" by Jean Van Hamme and William Vance, Dargaud

* 2004: "Blacksad: Arctic nation" by Juanjo Guarnido and Juan Diaz Canales, Dargaud
** "100 Bullets part 1" by Eduardo Risso and Brian Azzarello, Semic
** "20th Century Boys part 10" by Naoki Urasawa, Marvel
** "32 décembre" by Enki Bilal, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Bouncer: La justice des serpents" by François Boucq and Alejandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Golden City: Le Dossier Harrison" by Nicolas Malfin and Daniel Pecqueur, Delcourt
** "Le Combat ordinaire part 1" Emmanuel Larcenet, Dargaud
** "Là-bas" by Anne Sibran and Tronchet, Dupuis
** "Mister George part 1" by Hugues Labiano, Rodolphe and Serge Le Tendre, Le Lombard
** "Pyongyang" by Guy Delisle, L'Association
** "Quartier lointain part 2" by Jirô Taniguchi, Casterman
** "Sambre: Maudit soit le fruit de ses entrailles" by Yslaire, Glénat
** "West: La Chute de Babylone" by Christian Rossi and Xavier Dorison, Dargaud

* 2005: "Le sang des Valentines" by Christian De Metter and Muller Catel, Casterman
** "Une aventure extraordinaire de Vincent Van Gogh: La ligne de front" by Emmanuel Larcenet, Dargaud
** "Coq de combat" by Izo Hashimoto and Akio Tanaka, Delcourt
** "La Malle Sanderson" by Jean-Claude Götting, Delcourt
** "Jeremiah: Et si un jour la Terre..." by Hermann, Dupuis
** "Je veux le prince charmant" by Hélène Bruller, Albin Michel
** "Lou" by Julien Neel, Glénat
** "Louis Riel" by Chester Brown, Casterman
** "Lucky Luke: La belle province" by Laurent Gerra and Achdé, Dargaud
** "Playback" by Ted Benoît and François Ayroles, Denoël Graphic
** "Poulet aux prunes" by Marjane Satrapi, L'Association
** "Say Hello to Black Jack" by Sato Shuho, Glénat
** "Thorgal: Kriss de Valnor" by Grzegorz Rosinski and Jean Van Hamme, Le Lombard
** "Le Tour de valse" by Ruben Pellejero and Denis Lapière, Dupuis

* 2006: "Les mauvaises gens by Davodeau, Delcourt
** "L’aigle sans orteils" by Christian Lax, Dupuis
** "Blacksad: Ame rouge" by Juan Guarnido and Juan Diaz Canales, Dargaud
** "Bouncer: La vengeance du manchot" by François Boucq and Alexandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Le chat du rabbin: Le Paradis terrestre" by Joann Sfar, Dargaud
** "Cour royale by Martin Veyron and Rochette, Albin Michel
** "Les enquêtes de Sam & Twitch: Squelettes" by Marc Andreyko, Steve Niles and Paul Lee, Delcourt
** "Kinky & Cosy: C’est encore loin?" by Nix, Le Lombard
** "Largo Winch: Le prix de l’argent" by Philippe Francq and Jean Van Hamme, Dupuis
** "Nana part 11" by Ai Yazawa, Ataka-Delcourt
** "Naruto part 20" by Masashi Kishimoto, Kana
** "Période glaciaire" by Nicolas de Crécy, Futuropolis
** "Le petit bleu de la côte ouest" by Jacques Tardi, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Roy et Al" by Ralf König, Glénat
** "Terre de rêves" by Jiro Taniguchi, Casterman


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