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British Comic Awards

The British Comic Awards are an annual celebration of the best stories told by writers and illustrators over the past twelve months, and the award presentation ceremony will take place at the Thought Bubble Convention this November.

The awards recognise the finest examples of creativity, ingenuity, skill and originality in sequential storytelling, graphic novels, illustrated manuscripts, or any other name you like to give to comics.

You can find out more information about the awards at their website, including full details of what work qualifies for the BCAs, and there’s a brief summary of the individual awards below.


The Best Comic award is open to short-form, self-contained stories published between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014.

This category may include one-off stories, single issues of ongoing series, graphic novellas, short stories from anthologies and web-comic strips.

Nomination recommendations for this award are welcomed from the public, creators, and publishers, for more information, and for a full list of 2013′s winners, please click here.


The Best Book award is open to long-form comics or collections published between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014.

This category may include original graphic novels, collected editions, literary adaptations, longer anthologies or a substantial body of work available to read digitally.

Nomination recommendations for this award are welcomed from the public, creators, and publishers, for more information, and for a full list of 2013′s winners, please click here.


Every year one new/up-and-coming comics creator will be receive the Emerging Talent award.

This creator will have shown irrepressible talent, ingenuity, and potential over the previous year and will be early on in their career as a comic creator.

Nomination recommendations for this award are welcomed from the public, creators, and publishers, for more information, and for a full list of 2013′s winners, please click here.


The Hall of Fame award celebrates talented and influential figures from Britain’s rich comics tradition.

Each year’s entrant will be announced shortly before the Awards ceremony in November, and will represent the best that British comics has to offer.

The recipient of this award is selected each year by the committee, however, please feel free to get in touch and send in your recommendations.


Known formerly as the Leeds Graphic Novel Awards, The Young People’s Comic Award is run in association with the Leeds Book Awards and Leeds Library. This award is judged by young people and aims to celebrate the best in short-form and long-form stories suitable for a young audience published between 1st August 2013 and 31st July 2014.

For information on the voting system for this award, how to get your school involved and previous winners of the Leeds Graphic Novel Award please see the Young People’s Comic Awards page.