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BF Awards 2005

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Broken Frontier starts 2006 with a bang! Today, the comic book website announces its third annual Broken Frontier Awards, honoring the best comics and creative talents of the past year as voted by the BF staff.

The Broken Frontier Awards are divided in two major categories, the Creator Awards and the Paper Screen Gem Awards, dedicated to the best industry professionals and the top comic books respectively.

In December, BF staffers sent in their nominations for eighteen different award categories, after which a list of four nominations for each category was formed. The staffers then picked their favorites to decide the final outcome of the voting process. Site founder and Editor-in-Chief Frederik Hautain collected and counted all nominations and votes.

Without further ado, Broken Frontier cheerfully presents the winners of the Broken Frontier Awards 2005:

CREATOR AWARDS
Writer - mainstream:
 Brian K. Vaughan
Writer - independent: Brian Wood
Artist - mainstream: Brian Hitch
Artist - independent: Ben Templesmith
Inker: Jimmy Palmiotti
Colorist: Laura Martin
Letterer: Richard Starkings
Best New Talent: Allan Heinberg

PAPER SCREEN GEM AWARDS
All-Ages: Lions, Tigers & Bears
Comedy: She-Hulk
Fantasy: Fables
Horror: The Walking Dead
Limited Series: Seven Soldiers
Mature: Y- The Last Man
Mystery/Suspense: Ex Machina
Science Fiction: Serenity
Superhero: Ultimates 2
Best Debut: Young Avengers

Starting today and running throughout the week, Broken Frontier will release spotlight articles on each of the award-winning titles and creators. Check out www.brokenfrontier.com for more.

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