SPIKETV Award Show WinnersMeh
The votes are in, the winners have been decided and DYNAMITE’s ARMY OF DARKNESS comic book series has won a SPIKE TV SCREAM AWARD! The series joined other comic book winners, including Frank Miller who was honored with the Comic-Con Icon Award, and voted Best Comic Book Writer for All-Star Batman & Robin; Sean Phillips who was named Best Comic Book Artist for Marvel Zombies and speaking of Marvel Zombies, the runaway Marvel hit by Kirkman and Phillips was voted Best Comic Book. DYNAMITE’s ARMY OF DARKNESS won its SCREAM for Best Screen-to-Comic Adaptation! The winners were announced this weekend, while the event itself will be broadcast on Tuesday, October 10, beginning at 10:00 PM EST.
“We’d like to thank all the fans that voted for Army of Darkness and of course our creative team that helped put together this award-winning series, especially the guiding hand of writer James Kuhoric,” commented DYNAMITE Publisher Nick Barrucci. “This award also comes at a key moment in time as we prepare to enter the next phase of Ash’s comic book career as he heads into the cross-over of a lifetime. We would also like to congratulate all of the other winners!”
- 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
Ballots were sent out to Spike TV's SCREAM Awards 2006 Advisory Board, made up of respected and well-known members of the horror, sci-fi, fantasy and comic book worlds, and were responsible for advising on categories and determining nominees in each category. All films, television shows and comic books were deemed eligible for inclusion if they were released between June 1, 2005 to July 8, 2006 and were representative of the genres listed. Winners will be determined by viewer voting.
Members of this year's advisory board included: Wes Craven (writer/director A Nightmare on Elm Street); David S. Goyer (screenwriter, Batman Begins); Geoff Johns (comic book writer, Green Lantern); R. Eric Lieb (Comic book writer, Saw: Rebirth); Brian Pulido ("Lady Death"); Judd Winick (executive producer/creator, The Life and Times of Juniper Lee); Jonathan Woods (Storyboard artist, Team America: World Police); and Rob Zombie (writer/director, House of 1,000 Corpses).