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Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for First Comic Book

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The Prix Révélation (Prize of Revelation or Debut Prize) is one of the prizes awarded by the Angoulême International Comics Festival. This prize honors cartoonists who are early in their career.

Some version of the prize has been awarded almost every year since the first festival in 1974. At first it was called the Prize of Best Hope (prix du meilleur espoir), then in 1985 it was reborn as the Prize for Best First Album (prix du meilleur premier album). In 1989, as the whole award ceremony was renamed after Hergé's unfinished book Alph-Art, this prize became the Alph-Art coup de cœur and was awarded to authors with up to three published works. From 2003-2006 the award was again called Best First Album (meilleur premier album), then in 2007 was renamed the "Prix Révélation", which is still its name as of 2018.








  1. ^ "Angoulême 2020 : le Fauve d'or est attribué à "Révolution", le Prix du Public France Télévisions à "Saison des roses"". France Info. 2020-02-01.
  2. ^ Rietsch, Hélène (2021-01-29). "Festival international de la BD d'Angoulême : l'intégralité du palmarès 2021". Sud Ouest..

External links[edit]

  • ToutenBD List of winners of all awards per year