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.

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

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