The National Cartoonists Society has announced their division awards. The nominees are:
Dave Filoni – Supervising Director / Production Designer, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
Dan Krall – Art Director, “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated”
Scott Wills – Art Director, “Sym-Bionic Titan”
Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders, Directors, “How to Train Your Dragon”
Glen Keane, Animation Director, “Tangled”
Nicolas Marlet, Character Designer, “How to Train Your Dragon”
Teresa Roberts Logan
NEWSPAPER COMIC STRIPS
Brian Bassett “Red and Rover”
Jeff Parker and Steve Kelley “Dustin”
Richard Thompson “Cul de Sac”
NEWSPAPER PANEL CARTOONS
Doug Bratton “Pop Culture Therapy”
Chad Carpenter- “Tundra”
Glenn McCoy “Flying McCoys”
MAGAZINE FEATURE/MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION
Sandra Boynton “Amazing Cows”
Jared Lee “The 3 Wise Guys”
Mike Lester “The Butt Book”
Stan Sakai “Usagi Yojimbo”
Chris Samnee “Thor the Mighty Avenger”
Jill Thompson “Beasts of Burden”
Darwyn Cooke- “The Outfit”
Joyce Farmer “Special Exits”
James Sturm- “Market Day”
Winners will be announced during their Memorial Day Weekend at the Reuben Awards dinner in Boston.
11 thoughts on “NCS announces their division awards”
I keep waiting for the year when Argyle Sweater and Brevity are nominated for the Newspaper Panel division.
Argyle Sweater is the best. I buy the paper everyday to just read the comic. Such an underrated strip.
Whatever, it’s just an honor not to be nominated.
Hey! Where’s the Webcomic category?
(Sorry, just wanted to be the first one to start the argument this year.)
Stacy, they are still sifting through the over 200,000 entries
When true mediocrity, by anyone’s definition, like Tundra and Pop Culture ShockTherapy and Dustin get nominations, these awards have completely lost their merit and value. Does anyone really care anymore? Time for a new cartoonists’ society, that honors both excellence in print and web comics, not just cartoons that old guys like.
Awesome. I thought I would never amount to anything but I can now say I am associated with true mediocrity. Congratulations to Chad and all the nominees.
The NCS should be ashamed of themselves for nominating Dustin after all the allegations made against their syndicate for the way they got it into newspapers. They set the business back years by giving it away.
It is kind of funny how worked up we get about something so completely subjective. As if winning “best whatever” actually makes it the best. I thought The Social Network was the best picture of the year, but I guess I was wrong.
I suspect a lot of the awards could be renamed “Best relationship with someone on the board of directors”.
Congrats to all the finalists.
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