2014 Glyph Comics Awards Winners

2014 Glyph Comics Awards Winners

Sista ToFunky co hosted the 2014 Glyph Comics Awards at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. What a great night honoring Independent Comic Book creators, artists and writers of color. Congratulations to the 2014 Glyph Comics Awards Winners.

glyphCAlogoCThe Glyph Comic Awards was founded by Journalist Rich Watson, The GCA (Glyph Comics Awards) recognizes the best in comics. While it is not exclusive to Black creators, it does strive to honor those who have made the greatest contributions to the comic book medium in terms of both critical and commercial impact. The goal of the Glyph Comics Awards is to encourage more diverse and high quality work across the board and to inspire new creators to add their voices to the field. The Award is named for the blog Glyphs: The Language of the Black Comics Community created in 2005 by Mr. Watson.

 


STORY OF THE YEAR

WATSON AND HOLMES #6; Brandon Easton, Writer; N. Steven Harris, Artist


BEST WRITER

Brandon Easton, Writer; WATSON AND HOLMES #6


BEST ARTIST

N. Steven Harris, Artist; WATSON AND HOLMES #6

 

WATSON AND HOLMES #6; Brandon Easton, Writer; N. Steven Harris, Artist also won Fan Award For Best Work


BEST COVER

ROUTE 3 #2: A DATE… A DESTINY; Robert Jeffrey, Writer; Sean Hill, Artist


BEST MALE CHARACTER

Jack Maguire; NOWHERE MAN: YOU DON’T KNOW JACK; Jerome Walford, Writer and Artist


BEST FEMALE CHARACTER

Ajala; AJALA: A SERIES OF ADVENTURES; Robert Garrett, Writer; N. Steven Harris, Artist

 


RISING STAR AWARD

Alverne Ball, Writer; Jason Reeves and Luis Guerrero, Artists; ONE NATION #1


BEST COMIC STRIP OR WEBCOMIC

THE ADIGUN OGUNSANWO; Carles C. J. Juzang, Writer and Artist


BEST REPRINT PUBLICATION

MARTIN LUTHER KING AND THE MONTGOMERY STORY; Fellowship Of Reconciliation / Top Shelf Productions

 

 

 

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