1986 in Comics - Awards - Eagle Awards - American Section

American Section

  • Favourite Comic: Swamp Thing, written by Alan Moore (DC)
  • Favourite New Title: Watchmen, written by Alan Moore (DC)
  • Favourite Finite Series: Crisis on Infinite Earths, by Marv Wolfman and George PĂ©rez (DC Comics)
  • Favourite Graphic Novel: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (DC)
  • Favourite Single or Continued Story: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (DC)
  • Favourite Comic Cover: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1, by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley
  • Favourite Group or Team: The X-Men
  • Favourite Character: Batman
  • Favourite Supporting Character: John Constantine, from Swamp Thing (DC)
  • Favourite Character Worthy of Own Title: Wolverine
  • Favourite Villain: The Joker
  • Favourite Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Artist: Frank Miller
  • Favourite Inker: Terry Austin
  • Favourite Specialist Comics Publication: Amazing Heroes

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