The Ghastly Award Judges are proud to announce the Winners of the 2014 Ghastly Awards. The Ghastly Award Judges chose the Nominees from the books submitted by Comic Creators and Publishers throughout 2014. Winners were voted on by the Judges, Comic Book Creators, Publishers and the Fans. The Ghastly Judicial Panel congratulates all 2014 Winners and Nominees. It is an honor to be recognized by your fellow professionals for such outstanding work in horror comics.
The 2014 Winners are:
Best Ongoing Title
Best Limited Series
Edgar Allan Poe’s Morella and the
Murders in the Rue Morgue
(Dark Horse Comics)
In the Dark
(Tiny Behemoth Press / IDW Publishing)
Best Short Story in an Anthology
Beneath the Surface
(Blokes Terrible Tomb of Terror #10)
Monsters & Other Stories
(Dark Horse Comics)
Best Archival Collection
Collection of previously released material / Historical Book on Horror Comics
The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics: The Worst of Eerie Publications
(IDW Publishing/Yoe Books)
(Afterlife with Archie)
Mike Wolfer/Dan Parsons
(The Curse of Ragdoll)
(’68 Rule of War, ’68 Homefront, Wraith: Welcome to Christmasland)
Best Web Comic
Best Horror Comic Cover
Fan voting determined the Winner
’68 Rule of War #1
(Artist Nat Jones)
Hall of Fame Inductees
Normanton Award Honoree
Presented for their commitment to carrying on the legacy of
Horror Comics for generations to come.
The Awards were named for acclaimed comics creator “Ghastly” Graham Ingels.
Starting in 2013 the Ghastly Awards switched over to a Submission based process. Comic Publishers and Creators can submit their books for nomination consideration throughout the calendar year. The top five nominees in each category will be chosen by the Judges, and will then be voted on by the Judges, Creators and Fans to decide the winners.
The Ghastly Award Judges work strictly on a volunteer basis. There is no paid staff and the awards are completely funded from the generous donations of its sponsors listed below. Sponsorship does not guarantee, or influence Ghastly Awards Nominations or Winners in any way. Sponsorship is solely used to help raise funds for the Awards and costs of running the Awards on a yearly basis.