Alley Award

The Alley Award was an American series of comic book fan awards, first presented in 1962 for comics published in 1961. Officially organized under the aegis of the Academy of Comic Book Arts and Sciences, under executive secretary Jerry Bails, and later Paul Gambaccini and David Kaler, the award shared close ties with the fanzine Alter Ego magazine, edited by Bails, Roy Thomas and Ronn Foss.

The Alley is the first known comic book fan award.

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Joe Kubert - Awards
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... Bill Schelly in his book The Golden Age of Comic Fandom described how by the awards' third year, the number of ballots received had become so overwhelming that Jerry Bails called for a ... fans, held in March 1964 at the Detroit-area home of Bails, was dubbed the "Alley Tally", and its success provided inspiration for the organizing of comic book fan conventions that began soon afterward ...
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