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2015 Winners

2015 Winners!

Best Super Hero independent print
Dru Dragowski– Super Zero  39% of votes
Best Sidekick independent print
Jonathan Harker – Van Helsing vs. Dracula – Zenescope 29% of votes
Best Independent Super Hero Artist (Comics only) 
Hank Tucker –The Actual Roger – Alterna
Best Independent Writer (Comics only)
Brian k. Vaughan – Saga #5 – Image 32% of votes
Best Independent Publisher (Comics only)
Emet Comics – 36% of votes
Best Super Hero in Corporate Print (Comics only)

Spider Man – Marvel – 37% of votes
Best Sidekick in Corporate Print (Comics only) 
Cosmo – Nova – Marvel  – 41% of votes
Best Corporate Artist (Comics only)
Jason Fabok  – DC – 29% of votes
Best Corporate Writer (Comics only)
Jonathan Hickman– Marvel  – 32%
Best Corporate Print Publisher 
DC – 63% of votes
Best Super Hero Graphic Novel Independent Print (Graphic Novel, Novel) 
Super Mutant Magic Adademy Jillian Tamaki-39% of votes
Best Independent Artist (Graphic Novel, Novel) 
David Ruben – The Hero – Dark Horse 36% of votes
Best Independent Writer (Graphic Novel, Novel)
Satoshi Kon– Seraphim  36% of votes
Best Super Hero Graphic Novel Corporate Print (Graphic Novel, Novel)
The Multiversity – DC – 33% of votes
Best Artist Corporate Print (Graphic Novel, Novel)
Steve McNiven– Death of Wolverine – Marvel  27%
Best Writer Corporate Print (Graphic Novel, Novel)
G. Willow Wilson – Ms. Marvel, Vol 2 Generation Why, Marvel – 36% of votes
Best Super Hero in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet) Han –  Ant Man – Ant Man– Marvel 39% of votes
Best Sidekick in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Luis – Ant Man -Marvel 30% of votes
Best Hero in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Max -Mad Max Fury Road – 36% of votes
Best Actor/Actress Portraying a Super Hero in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Chris Evans – Captain America – Avengers age of Ultron  – Marvel 31% of votes
Best Actor/Actress as a Sidekick in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Michael Pena – Luis – Ant Man – Marvel 42% of votes
Best Actor/Actress as a Hero in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Charlize Theron – Furiosa– Mad Max Fury Road – 40% of votes
Best Super Hero Costume in a Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet)
Ant Man – Marvel  31% of votes
Best Super Hero or Hero Feature Film (not animated, made for television or the internet) 
Star wars The Force Awakens – 41% of votes
Best Super Hero in a show made for Television or the Internet (not animated)
Daredevil – Daredevil – Marvel 29% of votes
Best Sidekick in a show made for Television or the Internet (not animated)
Zed Martin – Constantine  – DC 29% of votes
Best Hero in a show made for Television or the Internet (not animated)
Jon Snow – Game of Thrones  – 39% of votes
Best Actor/Actress Portraying a Super Hero in a show made for television or the Internet (not animated)
Grant Gustin– Flash – Flash –  DC 41% of votes
Best Actor/Actress as a Hero in a show made for television or the Internet (not animated)
Mark Harmon – Jethro Gibbs – NCIS – 33% of votes
Best Super Hero Costume in a show made for Television or the Internet (not animated)
Flash – Flash – DC 33% of votes
Best Super Hero in an Animated Feature Film (44 minutes or longer)
Spongebob – The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water – 39% of votes
Best Sidekick in an Animated Film (44 minutes or more)
PatrickThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water – 42% of votes
Best Hero in an Animated Feature Film (44 minutes or longer)
Kevin – Minions  – 29% of votes
Best Super Hero in an Animated Short (43 minutes or less)
Gamora – Guardians of the Galaxy – Marvel  39% of votes
Best Super Hero game
Batman Arkham Knight  – DC 57% of votes
Best Hero Game
Metal Gear Solid V  – 33% of votes

 

 

SASHAs

The voting year for 2016 will mark the fourth year that the SASHAs have been up and running. Over the few years I have been running this site, I have learned to appreciate the incredibly talented artists and writers for comics and graphic novels. In fact I think I am a little jealous of their talent. Anyway I have a clear vision for the SASHAs and I would like to get more of the artists and writers involved. I would also like to get cosplay competitions for all fans. I realize that I have been absent a lot for this site, and in my very poor defense I have been mega busy with my movies and life. My movies Outer Space Boy (SASHAs created in that movie) and Wronger will finally be out and about this year (2017)

I hope all ,of you can be patient with me for a little longer, the SASHAs have some great things coming up.

2016 voting coming soon!

 

All for American Super Heroes

From the start of the SASHAs I have talked about how the SASHAs will honor real American Super Heroes. In part that is one of the reasons the SASHAs were created.

There are people in this country that are willing to put their lives on the line for the rest of us, to try and keep us safer.  They are law enforcement, soldiers, fire fighters and others. Here at the SASHAs we think that they are all heroes, but the wounded heroes of this country need our help, and our support. With a little bit of hope this site might help draw much needed attention to those wounded serving our country, if you can donate, please do so. Even a dollar will help.   More to come.

Click a link below to donate:

Wounded Warrior Project

Widows, Orphans & Disabled Fireman’s fund

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)