Saga Wins Big At 2013 Harvey Awards, Plus Complete List Of Winners

saga5It’s been a stellar year for Saga, the series by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan from Image comics.  Following up its three Eisner Awards this year, the series and its creators have taken home six Harvey Awards tonight.  Here’s the complete list of Harvey Award winners, via Bleeding Cool senior New York Correspondent, Hannah Means-Shannon reporting from the Baltimore Comic-Con:

Letterer: Todd Klein for Fables

Color: Fiona Staples for Saga

Syndicated strip: Dick Tracy by Joe Staton, Mike Curtis, from Tribune Media Services

Online Comics Work: Battle Pug by Mike Norton

American edition of foreign material: Blacksad: A Silent Hell from Dark Horse

Inker: Klaus Janson for Captain America

Hero Initiative Lifetime Achievement Award: Sal Buscema

New Series: Saga from Image

New Talent: Dennis Hopeless for Avengers Arena from Marvel

Special Award for Humor in Comics: Ryan North for Adventure Time from KaBoom

Best original graphic publication for Younger readers: Adventure Time from KaBoom

Best Graphic album previously published: Alien: the Illustrated Story from Titan Books (accepted by Walter Simonson)

Best Anthology: Dark Horse Presents

Best Domestic reprint project: David Mazzucchelli‘s Daredevil: Born Again Artists Edition, IDW

Best Cover Artist: David Aja, Hawkeye

Best Biographical, Historical, or Journalistic  presentation: Robot 6 blog by CBR

Special Awards for Excellence in Presentation: Building Stories by Chris Ware

Dick Giordano Hero Initiative Humanitarian of the Year Award: Paul Levitz

Best Graphic Album, Original: Richard Stark’s Parker: The Score by Darwyn Cooke from IDW

Best Continuing or Limited Series: Saga from Image Comics

Best Writer: Brian K. Vaughan, Saga

Best Artist: Fiona Staples, Saga

Best Cartoonist: Jaime Hernandez for Love and Rockets: New Stories from Fantagraphics

Best Single Issue or Story: Saga #1

Hannah Means-Shannon is senior New York Correspondent at Bleeding Cool, writes and blogs about comics for TRIP CITY and Sequart.org, and is currently working on books about Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore for Sequart. She is @hannahmenzies on Twitter and hannahmenziesblog on WordPress. Find her bio here.