Whether you’re a fan or a creator, your vote counts for the annual Ghastly Awards that honor excellence in horror comics. If you haven’t check out the list of nominees yet, get on it because as Paul Tobin, whose “Colder” series is nominated, said on Twitter, “The @Ghastlyawards are a treasure trove of things you should read, incidentally. Look at it like a reading list when you want something new.”
Head over to Ghastlyawards.com to cast your vote for your favorite horror comics and creators of the year. Voting will be open until January 24th.
About the Ghastly Awards:
Decapitated Dan, Rachel Deering, Mike Howlett, Belinda “Spaced” McNeill, Lonnie Nadler, Bree Ogden
Steve Banes, Pedro Cabezuelo, Denise Dutton
Founded in 2011 by Decapitated Dan with the help of Steve Banes, Mike Howlett, Lonnie Nadler and Mykal Banta, the Ghastly Awards recognize outstanding achievements in Horror Comics over a range of 15 different categories. The nominees are chosen by other horror comic book professionals and winners are chosen by a panel of judges. Since the start of the awards, 5 more judges have been added into the group.
The Awards were named for acclaimed comics creator “Ghastly” Graham Ingels.
Starting in 2013 the Ghastly Awards switched over to a Submission based process. Comic Publishers and Creators can submit their books for nomination consideration throughout the calendar year. The top five nominees in each category will be chosen by the Judges, and will then be voted on by the Judges, Creators and Fans to decide the winners.
The Ghastly Award Judges work strictly on a volunteer basis. There is no paid staff and the awards are completely funded from the generous donations of its sponsors.
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