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Eagle Awards winners announced

DC Comics' Batman & Robin led this year's Eagle Awards with wins in three categories, plus a nod for artist Frank Quitely.

Presented Friday in conjunction with the MCM Expo in London, the fan awards recognize U.S. and U.K. comics and creators for work from the previous year. The winners are:

Favorite Newcomer Writer: Jonathan HickmanFavorite Newcomer Artist: Jamie McKelvieFavorite Writer: Warren EllisFavorite Writer/Artist: Darwyn CookeFavorite Artist -- Pencils: Frank QuitelyFavorite Artist -- Inks: Kevin O'NeillFavorite Artist -- Fully Painted Artwork: J.H. Williams IIIFavorite Colorist: Ben TemplesmithFavorite Letterer: Todd KleinFavorite Editor: Axel AlonsoFavorite Publisher -- DC/VertigoFavorite Color Comic Book -- American: Batman & RobinFavorite Color Comic Book -- British: 2000 ADFavorite Black and White Comic Book -- American: The Walking DeadFavorite Black and White Comic Book -- British: Whatever Happened to the World's Fastest Man?Favorite New Comic Book: Batman & RobinFavorite Manga: Fullmetal AlchemistFavorite European Comic Book: Requiem Chevalier VampireFavorite Single Issue Story Published During 2009: Phonogram -- The Singles Club 4 : Konichiwa BitchesFavorite Continued Story Published During 2009: The Walking Dead #61-65: "Fear The Hunters"Favorite Cover Published During 2009: Batman & Robin #4Favorite Original Graphic Novel Published During 2009: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: CenturyFavorite Reprint Compilation: Captain Britain OmnibusFavorite Magazine About Comics: WizardFavorite Comics-Related Book: The Insider's Guide to Creating Comics and Graphic Novels (Andy Schmidt)Favorite Comics-Related Movie or TV Show: WatchmenFavorite Comics-Related Website: Comic Book ResourcesFavorite Web-Based Comic: Freak AngelsRoll of Honor: Brian Bolland

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