NCS announces 2012 division awards

2012 Reuben Awards Art

The National Cartoonist Society has announced this year’s division award nominees. The winners will be announced during their annual Reuben Awards dinner in Pittsburgh, PA.

Here are the nominees:

Television Animation

  • Todd Kauffman, Executive Producer, “Sidekick”
  • Alberto Mielgo, Production Design, “Tron: Uprising”
  • Rich Webber, Director, Aardman Animation Studios, “DC Nation”

Feature Animation

  • Rich Moore, Director, “Wreck-It Ralph”
  • Joann Sfar, Director, “The Rabbi’s Cat”
  • Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Director, “The Secret World of Arriety”

Newspaper Illustration

  • Mark Brewer
  • Bob Rich
  • Dave Whamond

Gag Cartoons

  • Roz Chast
  • Sam Gross
  • Mick Stevens
  • Jack Ziegler

Greeting Cards

  • Bill Brewer
  • George Schill
  • Jem Sullivan

Newspaper Comic Strips

  • Brian Basset “Red and Rover”
  • Jeff Parker and Steve Kelley “Dustin”
  • Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman “Zits”

Newspaper Panel Cartoons

  • Tony Carrillo “F-Minus”
  • Dave Coverly “Speed Bump”
  • Hilary Price “Rhymes with Orange”

Online Comics- Short Form

Online Comics- Long Form

Magazine Feature/Magazine Illustration

  • Barry Blitt
  • Daryll Collins
  • Anton Emdin

Book Illustration

  • John Manders
  • John Martz
  • Dave Whamond

Editorial Cartoons

  • Clay Bennett
  • Michael de Adder
  • Jen Sorenson

Advertising and Product Illustration

  • Luke McGarry
  • Ed Steckley
  • Wayno

Comic Books

  • Amanda Connor “Silk Spectre”
  • Evan Dorkin “House of Fun”
  • Bernie Wrightson “Frankenstein Alive, Alive!”

Graphic Novels

  • Derf– “My Friend Dahmer”
  • Joseph Lambert “Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller”
  • Chris Ware– “Building Stories”

Last month they announced that Brian Crane, creator of Pickles, Rick Kirkman, co-creator of Baby Blues and Stephan Pastis, creator of Pearls Before Swine were this year’s nominees for Cartoonist of the Year.

One thought on “NCS announces 2012 division awards

  1. Darn I was hoping to see “Retail” up there. Oh well maybe next year…

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