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    Kapow ’11: Stan Lee Award Results

    By | April 10th, 2011
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    One of the big attractions of Kapow this year was the first ever Stan Lee Awards, something Millar organized to honor the legendary creator yet still have in a very Millar-esque fashion (as one can tell from the list of nominees, which generally just include Millar’s friends and/or people he’s worked with). And yesterday, at the end of the show, the first ever Stan Lee Award ceremony was held, with big wins going to Marvel, the Walking Dead and Batman. 
    There are, of course, some oddball choices. Jonathan Ross won best newcomer over Spencer, Guillory, and Gillen – all of whom have had more output than two or three issues a year (no offense, Ross!). I suppose when you appear in Knight and Squire, you win awards? Ah, what do I know!
    Check past the cuts for the winners, all bolded over the lists of nominees.
    (via source)

    Best Writer:

    • Brian Michael Bendis
    • Robert Kirkman
    • Grant Morrison
    • Garth Ennis
    Best Artist:
    • J H Williams III
    • Steve McNiven
    • Duncan Fegredo
    • John Romita Jr.
    Best Series:
    • The Walking Dead
    • Batman & Robin
    • Avengers
    • Batman Inc.
    .Best Superhero or SciFi Movie:
    • Scott Pilgim
    • Kick-Ass
    • Inception
    • Iron Man 2
    Best Trade:
    • Sweet Tooth Vol.1
    • Continued below

    • Dark X-Men
    • Fantastic Four – Solve Everything
    • Blackest Night
    Best Limited Series or Story Arc:
    • Batman & Robin Must Die
    • Avengers Prime
    • Dr. Strange
    • Brightest Day
    Best Comic Hero:
    • Scott Pilgrim
    • Iron Man
    • Green Lantern
    • Batman
    Best Newcomer:
    • Nick Spencer
    • Rob Guillory
    • Kieron Gillen
    • Jonathan Ross
    Best Publisher:
    • Image
    • Marvel
    • DC
    • Vertigo
    Best TV Show:
    • Misfits
    • Boardwalk Empire
    • The Walking Dead
    • Doctor Who
    Best Game or Toy:
    • Red Dead Redemption
    • Halo: Reach
    • Continued below

    • NBA 2K11
    • Call of Duty: Black Ops
    Man or Woman of the Year:
    • Matthew Vaughn
    • Stan Lee
    • Robert Kirkman
    • Joe Quesada

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