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"Marvel Zombies," Miller Come Up Big @ Spike TVs Scream Awards

Saturday night in Los Angeles Spike TV gave out the 2006 Scream Awards, celebrating the worlds of horror, sci-fi, fantasy and comic books. The event was held at the historic Pantages Theater on Hollywood Blvd. in the heart of Hollywood, California. CBR News was there to snap pics of all your favorite stars and comic creators in attendance.

The world of comic books were well represented during the award ceremony. "Batman Begins" came away with three awards for The Ultimate Scream, Best Director for Christopher Nolan and Best Screamplay by David S. Goyer and Nolan. "V for Vendetta" won for Best Sci-Fi Movie, which was based on the Alan Moore/David Lloyd graphic novel. Best Superhero nods went to Brandon Routh for his portrayal of Superman in "Superman Returns." Jessica Alba won for Sexiest Superhero as The Invisible Woman in "Fantastic Four." The Best Screen-To-Comic adaptation went to Dynamite Entertainment's "Army of Darkness" comic. The Best Flesh Scene award went to Famke Janssen and Hugh Jackman for their work in "X-Men: The Last Stand." The film also won Best Comic-To-Screen Adaptation. The Best Rack on the Rack award went to "Vampirella." The Best Comic Book Award went to the mega hit "Marvel Zombies" which was also recognized with the Best Comic Book Artist Award for the work of artist Sean Phillips. Best Comic Book Writer went to "Frank Miller" for DC Comics' "All Star Batman & Robin The Boy Wonder." Miller also won the Comic-Con Icon Award. And finally, the Most Shocking Comic Book Twist went to Marvel's "Civil War" for Peter Parker revealing to the world his alter ego as Spider-Man.

The full list of winners is below and the award ceremony airs Tuesday, October 10th, on Spike TV. To hold you over until the broadcast, we're excited to share these photos taken by CBR Photographer Pinguino following the ceremony's conclusion.

  • The Most Anticipated Movie: "Pirates Of The Carribean: At Worlds End"
  • The Ultimate Scream: "Batman Begins"
  • Best Horror Movie: "The Devil's Rejects"
  • Best Fantasy Movie: "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
  • Best Sci-Fi Movie: "V For Vendetta"
  • Best Tv Show: "Battlestar Galactica"
  • Best Sequel: "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
  • Fantasy Fox: Evangeline Lilly As Kate Austen, "Lost"
  • Best Remake: "King Kong"
  • Best Superhero: Brandon Routh As Superman, "Superman Returns"
  • Sexiest Superhero: Jessica Alba as The Invisible Woman, "Fantastic Four"
  • Best Screen-To-Comic Adaptation: "Army Of Darkness"
  • Most Memorable Mutilation: The Eye Removal, "Hostel"
  • Most Heroic Performance: Johnny Depp, "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
  • Scream Queen: Kate Beckinsale As Selene, "Underworld: Evolution"
  • Most Vile Villain: Leslie Easterbrook, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley And Sheri Moon Zombie As "The Firefly Clan" "The Devil's Rejects"
  • Breakout Performance: Jennifer Carpenter As Emily Rose, "The Exorcism Of Emily Rose"
  • The "Holy Sh%T!" Award: The Eye Removal, "Hostel"
  • Best Director: Christopher Nolan, "Batman Begins"
  • Best Screamplay: "Batman Begins," Written By David S. Goyer & Christopher Nolan
  • Best Foreign Movie: "High Tension"
  • Best Flesh Scene: Famke Janssen & Hugh Jackman, "X-Men: The Last Stand"
  • Best Comic Book: "Marvel Zombies"
  • Best Screen-To-Comic Adaptation: "X-Men: The Last Stand"
  • Best Rack On The Rack: "Vampirella"
  • Best Comic Book Writer: Frank Miller, "Batman & Robin"
  • Best Comic Book Artist: Sean Phillips, Marvel Zombies
  • Best F/X: "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
  • Best Internet Parody: "How Superman Should Have Ended," How It Should Have Ended.Com
  • Most Shocking Comic Book Twist: Peter Parker Reveals That He's Spiderman, "Civil War"
  • Comic-Con Icon Award: Frank Miller
  • Scream Mastermind Award: Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez, "Grindhouse"
  • Scream Rock Immortal: Ozzy Osbourne
  • Ruthless Filmmaker Award: Darren Lynn Boseman, Ark Burg, Oren Koules, James Wan And Leigh Whannell, "Saw" Franchise

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