Borderline Comics Magazine
Borderline was a comics magazine created by former Comics International news and features editor Phil Hall, which was published from 2001–2003. Borderline was the first PDF comics magazine available to read on a computer or as a print-out.
Borderline was a cross between The Comics Journal and the NME with a heavy mix of mainstream American/British and international comic books. Comic books and creators from countries such as Brazil, Poland, and the Philippines were featured alongside American and British comic book icons.
... At the 2002 National Comics Awards in the United Kingdom, Borderline won the Best Specialist Magazine or Website award ... The following year, despite having folded, the magazine finished second in the same category ...
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