The prizes of the Angouleme Comic Book Festival, now in its forty-fifth edition, have been awarded.

The Festival, one of the largest and most prestigious in the world, held this last edition between January 25th and 28th, with a special mention to the exhibitions dedicated to the “Father” of Manga, Ozamu Tezuka, Naoki Urasawa, another “giant” of the manga genre, Cosey, one of the great names of the European Comic Strip, and Jacques Martin, father of “Alix” and Lefranc “and one of the original collaborators of Tintin magazine.

This year Richard Corben received the Grand Prix of the 45ème édition and Naoki Urasawa the Prix spécial du festival d’Angoulême.

Below is an illustrated list of all the other winners in their respective categories.

Fauve d'Or : La saga de Grimr by Jérémie Moreau

Fauve prix du public Cultura : Dans la combi by Thomas Pesquet

Fauve spécial du jury : Les amours suspendues by Marion Fayolle

Fauve Prix de la série : Megg, Mogg & Owl T.3 by Simon Hanselmann

Fauve jeunesse : La guerre de Catherine by Julia Billet and Claire Fauvel

Fauve Patrimoine : Je suis Shingo by Kazuo Umezu

Fauve Polar SNCF: Jean Doux et le Mystère de la disquette molle by Philippe Valette

Fauve révélation: Beverly by Nick Drnaso

Fauve BD alternative: Bien Monsieur N° 8 by Juliette Mancini and Elsa Abderhamani