Plans for the second annual British Comic Awards are well underway -- so here's a reminder that you can nominate titles for consideration by the BCA Ccommittee via the Awards Nomination Form or on the BCA home page.
The Committee for 2013 has also now been assorted and confirmed and are Zainab Akhtar, Clark Burscough, co-runner of Thought Bubble, Richard Bruton, writer for the Forbidden Planet International blog, Dr. Mel Gibson, Dr.
Ian Hague, director of the Comics Forum, Tom Humberstone, David Monteith co-runner of Geek Syndicate, Vicky Stonebridge, Stacey Whittle and Lisa Wood, founder of Thought Bubble. BCA Founder Adam Cadwell is taking the role of Committee Chair.
"We believe we have a great range of skills and interests on the Committee,' says Adam, "meaning we should be able to cover every aspect of British comics, delivering a nominations list to the Judges that represents everything that is magnificent and vibrant about British comics in 2013."
What has been your favourite British comic or graphic novel since
last September? What treats have you bought at a comic show or received
for Christmas? If you're a creator, what work have you made that you’re especially proud of? Let the BCA know.
Any title by British creators published between 1st September 2012
and 31st August 2013 are eligible as long as the rights remain in the
UK. Please check the Qualifying Work
page for further info.
Please note this isn’t a most-votes-win process,
this is a nomination process, you only need to nominate a title once
and creators and publishers can nominate their own work too. You can
send the BCA numerous (different) suggestions from now until the 31st August.
The 2nd Annual British Comic Awards will be held on Saturday 23rd November 2013 at the Thought Bubble Festival in Leeds, UK.
• Follow the British Comic Awards at http://britishcomicawards.com, on Twitter and on Facebook
• Short bios and flattering photos of the whole Committee can be found on the BCA Committee page
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