List of award-winning graphic novels

This is a list of graphic novels which have won a notable award.

Pulitzer Prize winners

* "Maus" a.k.a. "Maus: A Survivor's Tale — My Father Bleeds History" by Art Spiegelman (non-fiction; ISBN 0-679-40641-7)

Hugo Award winners

* "Watchmen" by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (ISBN 0-930289-23-4)

World Fantasy Award winner

* "Dream Country" contains a story by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess that earned this award.

Ignatz Award winners

* "Black Hole" by Charles Burns
* "Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man" by John Porcellino
* "Tricked" by Alex Robinson
* "" by Marjane Satrapi
* "Blankets (graphic novel)" by Craig Thompson
* "Three Fingers" by Rich Koslowski
* "From Hell" by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
* "Cages (comic series)" by Dave McKean
* "Ghost World by Daniel Clowes
* "It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken" by Seth

Kirby Award for Best Graphic Album winners

* "Beowulf" (First Comics)
* "The Rocketeer", by Dave Stevens (Eclipse Comics)
* "", by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson (DC)

Eisner Award / Harvey Award winners

Original graphic novels

* "Acme Novelty Library" #13, by Chris Ware
* "" by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland
* "" by Paul Dini and Alex Ross
* "Batman & Superman Adventures: World's Finest" by Paul Dini, Joe Staton and Terry Beatty
* "Blankets" by Craig Thompson
* "" by Larry Gonick
* "Ed the Happy Clown" by Chester Brown
* "Elektra Lives Again" by Frank Miller
* "Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde" Vol. 2, by Oscar Wilde and P. Craig Russell
* "Fax from Sarajevo" by Joe Kubert (ISBN 1-56971-346-4)
* "The Golem's Mighty Swing" by James Sturm (ISBN 1-896597-71-8)
* "Last Day in Vietnam" by Will Eisner
* "The Name of the Game" by Will Eisner
* "One! Hundred! Demons!" by Lynda Barry
* "The Originals" by Dave Gibbons
* "Our Cancer Year" by Harvey Pekar, Joyce Brabner and Frank Stack (non-fiction; ISBN 1-56858-011-8)
* "Safe Area Goražde" by Joe Sacco (non-fiction; ISBN 1-56097-470-2)
* "Signal to Noise" by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean
* "A Small Killing" by Alan Moore and Oscar Zarate (ISBN 1-59291-009-2)
* "Stuck Rubber Baby" by Howard Cruse
* "" by Paul Dini and Alex Ross
* "To the Heart of the Storm" by Will Eisner
* "Understanding Comics" by Scott McCloud (non-fiction)
* "Why I Hate Saturn" by Kyle Baker
* "You Are Here" by Kyle Baker
* "" by Brian K. Vaughan

Comic-book compilations

* "" by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday
* "" by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson
* "" by various creators, ed. by Bob Kahan (ISBN 1-56389-332-0)
* "" by various creators, ed. by Mark Chiarello and Nick J. Napolitano (ISBN 1-56389-917-5)
* "" by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale (ISBN 1-56389-868-3)
* "" Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale (ISBN 1-56389-469-6)
* "" by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and others
* "Blacksad 2" by Juanjo Guardno and Juan Diaz Canales
* "The Complete Bone Adventures" (1994; ISBN 0-9636609-2-6), reissued in color as "Bone: Out from Boneville" (2005; ISBN 0-439-70640-8), by Jeff Smith
* "" by Jeff Smith (ISBN 1-888963-14-X)
* "Cages" by Dave McKean
* "Cerebus: Flight" by Dave Sim and Gerhard
* "From Hell" by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
* "" by Mike Mignola
* "" by Mike Mignola
* "Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth" by Chris Ware
* "Kings in Disguise" by James Vance and Dan Burr. (ISBN 0-393-32848-1)
* "Lone Wolf and Cub" by Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima
* "Louis Riel" by Chester Brown
* "Marvels" by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross
* "Maus II" a.k.a. "Maus: A Survivor's Tale — And Here My Troubles Began" by Art Spiegelman (non-fiction; ISBN 0-679-72977-1)
* "" by Neil Gaiman and various artists
* "Sin City" a.k.a. by Frank Miller (ISBN 1-59307-293-7)
* "" by Frank Miller (ISBN 1-59307-297-X)
* "" by Frank Miller (ISBN 1-59307-296-1)
* "" by David Lapham
* "The Tale of One Bad Rat" by Bryan Talbot
* "Twentieth Century Eightball" by Daniel Clowes
* "Watchmen" by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (ISBN 0-930289-23-4)

Manila Critics Circle National Book Awards

* "The Mythology Class" by Arnold Arre
* "Trip to Tagaytay" by Arnold Arre
* "Isaw, atbp." by various artists
* "Ang Kagila-gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni Zsazsa Zaturnnah" by Carlo Vergara
* "" by various artists

Kodansha Manga Award

* ""Akira"" by Katsuhiro Otomo
* "20th Century Boys" by Naoki Urasawa

ee also

*Kirby Award
*Eisner Award
*Harvey Award
*Doug Wright Awards

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