The Webcomic List Awards ::

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Dr. :: BlkKnight

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Handle:-
Dr. BlkKnight
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best Writing, Best Character
About:-
No information supplied yet. Sorry.
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Phillipa :: Rice

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Handle:-
N/A
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best Non-traditional Art
About:-
No information supplied yet. Sorry.
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David :: Bishop

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Handle:-
N/A
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
None Yet
About:-
David was a comics editor during the 90s, working on the Judge Dredd Megazine and, latterly, iconic British weekly anthology 2000AD. He went freelance in the year 2000 and has written comics published in eight different countries in nearly as many languages, including 40 issues of The Phantom for Egmont. He writes TV drama for the BBC and teaches part-time at Edinburgh Napier University. His classes include one of the world’s first postgrad modules on writing for graphic fiction.
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Dr Stuart :: Ashen

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Handle:-
Ashens
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best Comic, Best Writing, Best Longform Comic, Best Gag-a-day Comic, Best Non-traditional Art
About:-
No information supplied yet. Sorry.
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Kurt :: Hathaway

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Handle:-
"Comics Commando" -- a nickname given to him by a DC Comics editor for his timely delivery of deadline work.
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
None yet, but happy to play a part in this important endeavor.
About:-
Owner/operator of Cartoon Balloons Studio -- a graphics studio serving
many comics creators.


Kurt Hathaway studied art& design at the prestigious Rhode Island
School of Design (RISD) and studied film and screenwriting at New York
University’s world-famous film department.

**

He’s been a comics freelancer for 25 years. His client list reads like a
who's who of publishers: DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Eclipse, Malibu,
and tons of others. He has thousands of lettering credits including two
for Newsweek and Esquire magazines.

He also letters the webcomics “Master Jesus” and “Chicago 1968” both
written by Len Kody.

In addition to lettering and logos, Kurt Hathaway’s Cartoon Balloons
Studio does custom font design, page/book/magazine design, pre-press
(setting up press files for the printer), animated motion graphics for
video projects, writing, and freelance editing.

He’s written material for Image Comics, DC Comics, Antarctic Press,
Electronic Arts Playstation Division, and ABC/Disney Television.He’s
currently writing the comic series “Dawn of the Dread Force” for Jaran
Studios. Dreadforce.com

He's also writing several series of informative articles about print
comics production for the Webcomics Community website.

www.webcomicscommunity.com
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Rob :: Tracy

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best Writing, Best New Comic
About:-
Rob Tracy is the writer for the webcomic “Remedy” as well as the (terrible) artist and writer for “Badly Written, Badly Drawn” and the modeler, animator, artist and co-writer for the soon to be launched “Symbolic Warfare.” All comics are available at Remedial Comics dot com. Rob is a Gulf War veteran with two degrees in pre-law and criminal justice. He has years of experience in private security as well as criminal and immigration law.
In January of this year Rob opened the webcomic creators website “Webcomics Community” where over two hundred and seventy five webcomic authors and
artists gather regularly to discuss anything and everything related to the
world of webcomics. Rob is also known to write freelance for anyone
willing to pay him a friendly compliment.

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John :: Allison

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
No information supplied yet.
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Rose :: Loughran

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
Rose Loughran is 22, Scottish, and currently studying at the University of Abertay, Dundee. She collects plastic swords and, conveniently enough, aspires to run a webcomic.
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Zoë :: Robinson

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Committee Member
Awards Judged:-
N/A
About:-
Zoë J. Robinson BSc (Dunelm), DipEngLaw (Open) is a freelance writer & artist of both fact and fiction.

She writes factual articles mainly on legal topics and the rigours of webcomic creation; while writing science-fiction and horror stories.

She also draws and co-writes two webcomics: All over the house and The Life of Nob T. Mouse.
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Vicki :: Paull

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best Colour Art, Best Black and White Art and Best Non-Traditional Art
About:-
Vicki has been reviewing small press and indie comics for several years and has finally found a home for all of her new reviews in one place on her blog: Comic Mole Investigates.
In the daytime she works on her next-gen 3D games environment modelling portfolio, but by night she draws comics and other illustrations in a sort of dashing, fly-by-night way. She often wishes that she didn't need to sleep...
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Wendy :: Wood

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Handle:-
wendyw/wendybunny
Role:-
Committee Chair and Judge
Awards Judged:-
Best New Comic
About:-
Wendy is a bunny obsessed admin from thewebcomiclist.com's forums and has brave and/or stupid enough to take on the job of organising a bunch of comic artists and writers into an awards committee. She lives in the North of England, but is actually a southerner which makes her occasionally give people odd looks when they say strange words. She makes strange music when she has the time and has two comics but only ever updates one.
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Roland :: van Duijn

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Handle:-
oppernaR
Role:-
Committee Member and Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
oppernaR is the head forum admin at The Webcomic List and has been there since the start, and even before that. When he is not too busy working he likes to collect t-shirts.
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Melissa :: DeJesus

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
Melissa DeJesus has been drawing her entire life. By high school she was filling up a sketch pad a month and had found herself a new artistic style to work in: manga, the art of Japanese comics!
Melissa attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she became a founding member of the all-girl illustration and design studio Estrigious.com. After self-publishing for a time, Melissa and Estrigious were hired to do the animation in the 2001 indie-comedy smash “Super Troopers.”
Since graduating SVA in 2002 with a B.A. in animation, Melissa has become the artist for the increasingly popular “Sokora Refugees” series of American-manga graphic novels. It was these graphic novels which prompted King Features Syndicate to bring Melissa on board as the artist for the My Cage comic strip.
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Tom :: Truszkowski

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
Tom Truszkowski is the creator of Station V3, and its spinoffs Z7, Ebb's Children, and Silence in the Darkness on Q16. He is also one of the people behind PodWarp 1999, the SciFi Webcomic podcast.
Tom is married, lives in Scranton PA, and works as a computer programmer. Occasionally he also finds time for sleep.
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Luke :: Surl

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Committee Member and Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
Raised on a diet of Peanuts and The Beano as a child it was sadly inevitable that Luke Surl would become a cartoonist of sorts. He currently lives in Oxford, UK and his one-and-a-half year old website, LukeSurl.com updates three times a week with cartoons on everything from superheroes to Shakepeare. One day Luke plans to choose an actual name for his webcomic rather than using his own.
Luke reads an inordinate number of webcomics – everything from Order of the Stick to Optipess – and is looking forward to discovering new comics through the TWCL awards.
Luke is also an amateur actor and the founder of the Cambridge Comic Creators Collective (C4). He is also a big fan of science, keenly following the laws of physics ever since he was young.
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Ed :: Power

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
Prior to King Features Syndicate picking up his comic strip My Cage (as part of a charity/prison release program), absolutely nothing interesting ever had happened to Ed. Ever.
His prior writing credits include grocery lists, a few dozen fan letters to one Miss Jessica Simpson, some bad checks to his local grocery store, and (most recently) a reply to a cease and desist letter from the lawyers for one Miss Jessica Simpson.
Ed likes pizza. He tries to eat it as often as possible.
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Alice :: L

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Handle:-
Chilari
Role:-
Committee Member / Judge / Deputy Chair
Awards Judged:-
Best Longform Comic
About:-
No information given yet
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J G :: Fisher

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Handle:-
jaygee
Role:-
Committee Member
Awards Judged:-
N/A
About:-
If J.G. doesn't do what he has to do he does what he likes to do.
Amongst other things this includes an attempt to produce an online piece of
graphic story-telling.
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Jessica :: Ottowell

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Handle:-
kittyjess, nekoMusumeJess
Role:-
Technical Assistance (Website Software and Design)
Awards Judged:-
N/A
About:-
Jessica is a former comic writer and artist of a comic most people have never heard of, unsurprisingly, since it was published in a magazine that had a circulation of about 10 people, who, most likely read it then tossed it away and to be fair, she doesn't blame them.
More noted for her artistic (and press) photography, she runs a photography company. She would like mention that she has served time for her more musical travesties as part of bands signed to her own Hung Teddy Records.
She is also a rather accomplished programmer, being quite the dab hand at code, she met her partner, via a design request for the comic website and now they live happy together in the north east of England. Jessica is also wiccan.
Currently in it's 21st incarnation, the Gilbert and the Grim Rabbit site now runs her own webcomic platform, nekoKitsune, that is soon to be finalised and made available for the use of all.
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Larry :: Cruz

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Handle:-
El Santo
Role:-
Judge
Awards Judged:-
TBC
About:-
El Santo is the writer of over 170 reviews at the webcomic review blog, The Webcomic Overlook. He's also been involved in a few webcomic-related collaboration efforts, such as ComixTalk's end-of-the-year roundtable. El Santo has never written a webcomic, being more of a critical-piece writer and a webcomic creator, but he has written cartoons in the past for his college paper. El Santo has been writing reviews of various media for nearly a decade, first debuting as an anime reviewer for the now-defunct Guthwulf.com.
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Charlie :: Thatcher

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Handle:-
None
Role:-
Committee Member
Awards Judged:-
N/A
About:-
Charlie Thatcher is a cartoonist, animator, and writer from the Texas-y area of the world. He has been drawing cartoons for a while, under a variety of aliases. He is a heavily outspoken and attractive critic, and even donates his time to teach art to underprivileged school children out of the goodness of his heart and also for money.
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