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In case you were wondering who WON the Scream Awards for Horror, SF, Fantasy and Comics, we have the whole list below. We will note that the award for BEST SCREEN-TO-COMIC was won by 28 DAYS LATER: THE AFTERMATH, published by Fox Atomic. Go team Fox Atomic! Other comic book category winners included Frank Miller, John Cassaday, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT and the death of Captain America. 300 also won many of the movie awards.

All winners in the jump.

THE ULTIMATE SCREAM
300

BEST HORROR MOVIE
28 WEEKS LATER

BEST FANTASY MOVIE
PAN’S LABYRINTH

BEST SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE
TRANSFORMERS

BEST TV SHOW
HEROES

BEST COMIC BOOK
30 DAYS OF NIGHT

SCREAM QUEEN
Kate Beckinsale, VACANCY

SCREAM KING
Shia LaBeouf, DISTURBIA

BEST SUPERHERO
Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man, SPIDER-MAN 3

SEXIEST SUPERHERO
Jessica Alba, FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER

FANTASY FOX
Jessica Biel, THE ILLUSIONIST

FANTASY HERO
Johnny Depp, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END

SCI-FI SIREN
Megan Fox, TRANSFORMERS

SCI-FI STAR
Shia LaBeouf, TRANSFORMERS

BEST CAMEO
Keith Richards, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END

BREAKOUT PERFORMANCE
Hayden Panetierre, HEROES

MOST VILE VILLAIN
Ralph Fiennes, HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX

MOST MEMORABLE MUTILATION
Dismembered in car crash, GRINDHOUSE

BEST COMIC-TO-SCREEN ADAPTATION
300

BEST SEQUEL
HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX

‘JUMP-FROM-YOUR-SEAT’ SCENE OF THE YEAR
Final battle: Megatron vs. Optimus Prime, TRANSFORMERS

BEST DIRECTOR
Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez, GRINDHOUSE

BEST SCREAM-PLAY
GRINDHOUSE, Written by Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Jeff Rendell, Eli Roth, Edgar Wright, and Rob Zombie

BEST F/X
TRANSFORMERS

BEST FOREIGN MOVIE
PAN’S LABYRINTH (Spain)

BEST COMIC BOOK WRITER
Frank Miller, ALL-STAR BATMAN & ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER/FRANK MILLER’S ROBOCOP

BEST COMIC BOOK ARTIST
John Cassaday, ASTONISHING X-MEN

BEST SCREEN-TO-COMIC ADAPTATION
28 DAYS LATER: THE AFTERMATH

MOST SHOCKING COMIC BOOK TWIST
Captain America Dies!, CAPTAIN AMERICA

  1. I don’t know…I don’t think this kind of silly press is actually a good thing. Frank Miller is the best comic book writer for – of all things – All-Star Batman and Robin and a Robocop series that was scripted by someone else (Steven Grant)? 30 Days of Night, a comic that came out 5 years ago, is the best comic? Seriously?

    Like all other awards shows, this one seems to be just self-referential mutual masturbation by the Hollywood types. Gee, anything comic book related that won an award just happens to be associated with a current hot movie property. Imagine that.

    Give me a break.

    In my opinion, comics deserve much, much, much better. At least a bit of respect.

  2. I agree, Dara. How is it that 30 Days of Night won this year’s award when it was published in 2002? Lame. It seems the Scream Awards can’t notice something unless Hollywood has first.

    And I’m pretty sure that Pan’s Labyrinth, despite being set in Spain, is a Mexican film. But it’s not a Hollywood film, so who cares?

  3. Oh come on now – don’t lets all be so cynical about it.

    I’m happy for Ben and Steve, this kind of press gives the domino effect. People who pick up 30 Days of Night (5 years old or not its still a classic, I’d let Watchmen win next year and not be too choked up about it.) will most likely look for more Templesmith books which will then spill to other “dark painters” and build that genre up. Sounds good to me.

    Any TV award show that gives awards to mass-market sensations like Transformers, and has Miller and Cassaday as recipients in the same breath is OK in my book.

    Jen and Dara – you two are too fanboy-ish about this ;-) I’m with Christopher.

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