Barcelona International Comic Fair

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Barcelona International Comic Fair
StatusActive
Location(s)Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Inaugurated1981
Organized byFICOMIC [ca]
Websitehttp://www.ficomic.com

Barcelona International Comic Fair is an annual fair and convention of authors, publishers and comic readers, managed by FICOMIC [ca]. It takes place in the city of Barcelona since 1981, and is an event of reference on the Spanish comic market.[1]

Prizes[edit]

The Prizes are awarded to the best works published on the year preceding the Convention. An exception is the Gran Premi del Saló (Grand Prize of the Barcelona International Comics Convention), which is awarded to an author based on his entire career.[2]

The most relevant prizes are:

  • Prize to the Best Work, for comics published in Spanish on the last year.
  • Prize to the Best Script, awarded since 1995.
  • Prize "Josep Toutain" to the Best New Talent.
  • Best Foreign Work published in Spain.
  • Prize to the Best fanzine.
  • Prize to the Best Comics Magazine.

Grand Prize of the Barcelona International Comic Fair[edit]

Best Work[edit]

Best Script[edit]

Prize "Josep Toutain" to the Best New Talent[edit]

Best Foreign Work published in Spain[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • 1989 - Sólo para Locos
  • 1990 - TMEO
  • 1991 - Urich / Pogo
  • 1992 - El Maquinista
  • 1993 - El Nuevo Maquinista
  • 1994 - Mondo Lirondo
  • 1995 - Paté de Marrano
  • 1996 - Annabel Lee
  • 1997 - rAu / Kovalski Fly
  • 1998 - Idiota y Diminuto
  • 1999 - Como Vacas Mirando el Tren
  • 2000 - Amaníaco
  • 2001 - TMEO
  • 2002 - Amaníaco
  • 2003 - El Naufraguito
  • 2004 - Cretino
  • 2005 - BD Banda
  • 2006 - Cabezabajo
  • 2007 - Barsowia
  • 2008 - Fanzine enfermo
  • 2009 - Rantifuso
  • 2010 - Gato Negro
  • 2011 - El Naufraguito
  • 2012 - Usted
  • 2013 - Adobo

Best Comics Magazine[edit]

Prize for Industry Support[edit]

Prize for Best Retailer[edit]

Prize to the best comic-based film[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ González, Lucía (2009-12-09). "El cómic sale del 'gueto'". El Mundo. Retrieved 9 December 2009.
  2. ^ YEXUS (2012-05-07). "El Salón Internacional del Cómic de Barcelona cumplió 30 años". El Diario Montañés. Retrieved 30 May 2012.

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