The 6th National Comics Awards (2003)
The Best Comic? Best Character? Best Artist? Best Writer? - Only YOU can decide!
From The Beano to Bone, from The Megazine to The Funday Times, from Spider-Man to Spider Jerusalem, any comic is eligible. You are invited to vote for any comic, of any nationality. The 'Now', 'New' and current categories apply to comics published since May 2002.
Simply fill in your votes in the boxes below, then click the Submit button. Though you might not see anything happen, trust us, your vote will have been sent and received.
Voting Deadline May 10 2003
BALLOT STUFFING: We want the National Comics Awards to reflect the true concensus of British comic readers' opinions, so please don't try and bias them unfairly. Filling in your name and address helps us guard against numerous ballots from the same source.
One Category Ballots - Voters who vote for just one comic in one category and leave all others blank will be considered ballot stuffing and will not be counted, as this is not in keeping with the spirit of the awards. This doesn't mean you have to vote for a variety of comics, necessarily, just in enough categories to show you're trying.
Established in 1997 and presented in the past by such luminaries as Jonathan Ross and Simon Pegg (see exclusive video clips), Hattie Hayridge and Paul Gambaccini, the Comics Awards have become an essential part of the official annual UK comic festival.
COMIC FESTIVAL 2003 plays host to the 6th Awards as part of its Launch Party on Friday May 23rd 2003, at the Holiday Inn.
But who's going to walk away with those coveted 'Jimmy' statuettes? Only YOU can decide.