Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for a Series

Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for a Series

This Prize for a Series is awarded to comics authors at the Angoulême International Comics Festival since 2004.As is the customary practice in Wikipedia for listing awards such as Oscar results, the winner of the award for that year is listed first, the others listed below are the nominees.

* 2004: "20th Century Boys" by Naoki Urasawa, Panini Comics/Génération Comics
** "Bételgeuse" by Léo, Dargaud
** "Black Hole" by Charles Burns, Delcourt
** "Bouncer" by François Boucq & Alejandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Donjon" by Joann Sfar & Lewis Trondheim, Delcourt
** "Sambre" by Yslaire, Glénat
** "Stéphane Clément, chroniques d'un voyageur " by Daniel Ceppi, Requins Marteaux

* 2005: "Les Formidables Aventures de Lapinot" by Lewis Trondheim, Dargaud
** "Buddy Longway" by Derib, Le Lombard
** "Le cri du peuple" by Jacques Tardi and Jean Vautrin, Casterman
** "Coq de combat" by Izo Hashimoto and Akio Tanaka, Delcourt
** "Daredevil" by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, Marvel Comics
** "Un privé à la cambrousse" by Bruno Heitz, Seuil
** "Universal War One" by Denis Bajram, Soleil

* 2006: "Blacksad: Ame rouge" by Juanjo Guarnido and Juan Diaz Canales, Dargaud
** "Blackhole: Bleu profond" by Charles Burns, Delcourt
** "Bone: La couronne d’aiguilles" by Jeff Smith, Delcourt
** "Bouncer: La vengeance du manchot" by François Boucq and Alexandro Jodorowsky, Les Humanoïdes Associés
** "Lupus part 3" by Frederick Peeters, Atrabile
** "Pascin: La java bleue" by Joann Sfar, l’Association
** "Théodore Poussin: Les jalousies" by Frank Le Gall, Dupuis

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