Harvey Award Winners - Works - Best Graphic Album of Original Work

Best Graphic Album of Original Work

  • 1991 Why I Hate Saturn by Kyle Baker (Piranha Press)
  • 1992 To the Heart of the Storm by Will Eisner, edited by Dave Schreiner (Kitchen Sink Press)
  • 1993 Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde and P. Craig Russell (NBM Publishing)
  • 1994 Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud; edited by Mark Martin (Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press)
  • 1995 Our Cancer Year by Harvey Pekar, Joyce Brabner and Frank Stack (Four Walls Eight Windows)
  • 1996 Stuck Rubber Baby by Howard Cruse; edited by Bronwyn Carlton Taggart (Paradox)
  • 1997 Fax from Sarajevo by Joe Kubert, edited by Bob Cooper (Dark Horse Comics)
  • 1998 Sin City: Family Values by Frank Miller, edited by Diana Schutz (Dark Horse Comics)
  • 1999 You Are Here by Kyle Baker (Paradox)
  • 2000 Batman: War on Crime by Paul Dini and Alex Ross, edited by Charles Kochman and Joey Cavalieri (DC)
  • 2001 Last Day in Vietnam by Will Eisner, edited by Diana Schutz (Dark Horse Comics/Maverick)
  • 2002 The Golem's Mighty Swing by James Sturm (Drawn and Quarterly)
  • 2003 The Cartoon History of the Universe III: From the Rise of Arabia to the Renaissance by Larry Gonick (W. W. Norton)
  • 2004 Blankets by Craig Thompson (Top Shelf Productions)
  • 2005 Blacksad 2 by Juanjo Guarnido and Juan Díaz Canales (iBooks/Komikwerks)
  • 2006 Tricked by Alex Robinson (Top Shelf Productions)
  • 2007 Pride of Baghdad by Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon (DC/Vertigo)
  • 2008 Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together by Bryan Lee O'Malley (Oni Press)
  • 2009 Too Cool To Be Forgotten by Alex Robinson (Top Shelf Productions)
  • 2010 Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucchelli (Pantheon)
  • 2011 Scott Pilgrim Volume 6: Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour by Bryan Lee O'Malley (Oni Press)

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