Iron Man Wins Substance Abuse Award

Last year, the PRISM Awards gave their honour for the best portrayal of substance abuse or mental health issues in a comic book to Cry For Justice: Rise Of Arsenal.

Which was basically the equivalent of giving the Best Comic For Kids award to Crossed.

This year, the award ceremony honoured a less controversial choice, Rob William’s Iron Man: The Iron Age mini-series won for best treatment of Substance Abuse reworking the Demon In A Bottle storyline, while a Captain America story in I Am An Avenger won for the mental health category… though no one seems to be exactly sure which one… any clues anyone?


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