Max & Moritz Prize

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The Max & Moritz Prize is a prize for comic books, comic strips, and other similar materials which has been awarded at each of the biennial International Comics Shows of Erlangen since 1984. It is open to all material published in Germany.

1984[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Chris Scheuer
  • Best Comic Strip: Hägar, by Dik Browne
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication: Edition Comic Art (series) (Carlsen Verlag)

1986[edit]

1988[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Franziska Becker
  • Best Comic Strip: Mafalda, by Quino
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication: A la recherche de Peter Pan, by Cosey (Carlsen Verlag)

1990[edit]

1992[edit]

1993 (in Hamburg)[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Walter Moers
  • Best Comic Strip or Cartoon Series: The Far Side, by Gary Larson
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Es ist ein Arschloch, Maria!, by Walter Moers (Eichborn Verlag)
    • Import: L'Uomo alla Finestra, by Lorenzo Mattotti & Lilia Ambrosi (Edition Kunst der Comics)
    • Humor: Myrtil Fauvette, by Riff Reb's (Feest Comics)
    • For Children and Young People: Jimmy Boy, by Dominique David (Carlsen Verlag)
    • Publication About Comics: Entretiens avec Moebius, by Numa Sadoul (Carlsen Verlag)
    • Self-published Comic: Artige Zeiten, by Andreas Michalke
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Carl Barks

1994[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Hendrik Dorgathen
  • Best Comic Strip or Cartoon Series: Captain Star, by Steven Appleby
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Der unschuldige Passagier, by Martin tom Dieck (Arbeitskreis Stadtzeichner Alsfeld)
    • Import: Foligatto, by Nicolas de Crécy & Alexios Tjoyas (Ehapa Verlag)
    • Import: Jeux pour mourir, by Jacques Tardi (Edition Moderne)
    • Import: Red Road, by Derib (Carlsen Verlag)
    • For Children and Young People: Full Moon Soup, by Alastair Graham (Bertelsmann Verlag)
  • Best International Writer: Jean van Hamme
  • Special Prize of the Jury: Mecki - Einer für alle, by Eckart Sackmann (comicplus+)
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Will Eisner

1996[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Thomas Ott
  • Best Comic Strip or Cartoon Series: Mutts, by Patrick McDonnell
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Lovecraft, by Reinhard Kleist & Roland Hueve (Ehapa Verlag)
    • Import: Saint-Exupéry - le dernier vol, by Hugo Pratt (Ehapa Verlag)
    • Import: Zoo, by Frank Pé & Philippe Bonifay (Splitter Verlag)
    • for Children and Young People: John Chatterton détective, by Yvan Pommaux (Moritz Verlag)
    • Publication About Comics: 100 Jahre Comic Strips, by Bill Blackbeard, et al. (Carlsen Verlag)
  • Best International Writer: Pierre Christin
  • Special Prize of the Jury: Dr. Dietmar Hahlweg, prior mayor of the city of Erlangen
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: André Franquin

1998[edit]

2000[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Martin tom Dieck
  • Best Comic Strip or Cartoon Series:
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Geteilter Traum, by Daniel Bosshart (Edition Moderne)
    • Import: Approximate Continuum Comics, by Lewis Trondheim (Reprodukt)
    • for Children and Young People: The Wind in the Willows, by Michel Plessix (Carlsen Verlag)
    • Publication About Comics: Die deutschsprachige Comic-Fachpresse, by Eckart Sackmann (comicplus+)
  • Best International Writer: Alan Moore
  • Special Prize of the Jury: The Long and Unlearned Life of Roland Gethers, by Shane Simmons (Maro Verlag)
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Moebius/Jean Giraud

2002[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Peter Puck
  • Best Comic Strip or Cartoon Series:
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Moga Mobo - 100 Meisterwerke der Weltliteratur
    • Import: Lost Girl, by Nabiel Kanan (Lost Comix)
    • For Children: Doktor Dodo schreibt ein Buch, by Ole Könnecke (Carlsen Verlag)
    • For Young People: Come la vita - Cuori imbranati, by Carlos Trillo & Laura Scarpa (Edition Schwarzer Klecks)
    • Publication About Comics: Lexikon der Comics, by Marcus Czerwionka (ed.) (Corian-Verlag)
  • Best International Writer: Frank Giroud
  • Special Prize of the Jury: Karl Manfred Fischer, creator & director of the Erlangen Comics Show
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: José Muñoz

2004[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Ulf K.
  • Best Comic Strip: Strizz, by Volker Reiche
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
  • Best International Writer: Joann Sfar
  • Special Prize of the Jury: 36 vues de la Tour Eiffel, by André Juillard (Salleck Publications)
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Albert Uderzo

2006[edit]

2008[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Anke Feuchtenberger
  • Best Comic Strip: Flaschko – Der Mann in der Heizdecke, by Nicolas Mahler
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
  • Best International Writer: Olivier Ka
  • Special Prizes of the Jury:
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Alan Moore

2010[edit]

  • Best German-language Comic Artist: Nicolas Mahler
  • Best Comic Strip: Prototyp and Archetyp, by Ralf König
  • Best German-language Comic/Comic-related Publication:
    • Domestic: Alpha. Directions, by Jens Harder (Carlsen Verlag)
    • Import: Pinocchio, by Winshluss (avant-verlag)
    • For Children and Young People: Such dir was aus, aber beeil dich, by Nadia Budde (S. Fischer Verlag)
    • Art school project: Strichnin
  • Special Prize of the Jury: German Edition of Will Eisner's A Contract with God (Carlsen Verlag) and The Spirit (Salleck Publications)
  • Prize Awarded by the Audience: Heute ist der letzte Tag vom Rest deines Lebens, by Ulli Lust (avant-verlag)
  • Special Prize for outstanding life’s work: Pierre Christin

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