2019 Dragon Awards Winners

Winners of the 2019 Dragon Awards were announced at Dragon Con on September 1, 2019 in Atlanta GA.

Best Science Fiction Novel

Best Fantasy Novel (Including Paranormal)

Best Young Adult / Middle Grade Novel

Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel

Best Alternate History Novel

Best Media Tie-In Novel

Best Horror Novel

Best Comic Book

  • WINNER: Saga, Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples (Image)
  • Batman, Tom King & Tony S. Daniel (DC)
  • Mister Miracle, Tom King & Tony Daniel (DC)
  • Black Hammer, Jeff Lemire, Dean Ormston & Dave Stewart (DC)
  • The Batman Who Laughs, Scott Snyder & Jock (DC)
  • Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man, Chip Zdarsky & Adam Kubert (Marvel)

Best Graphic Novel

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series

  • WINNER: Good Omens
  • Game of Thrones
  • Lucifer
  • The Orville
  • Star Trek: Discovery
  • The Umbrella Academy

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie

  • WINNER: Avengers: Endgame
  • Alita: Battle Angel
  • Aquaman
  • Captain Marvel
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse

Winners in various gaming-related categories were also announced. For more information, visit the Dragon Awards website.

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  • September 7, 2019 at 11:20 am

    All the lists I know anything about had a lot of very strong contenders. The AH one certainly did; UNHOLY LAND is interestingly weird, and — a personal note — I’ve lived in the are where it’s set. THE CALCULATING STARS was boffo. I didn’t like MACHINES LIKE ME as much, because the robots weren’t as non- or -unhuman as I think they should be, but it’s the one I expected to win. I haven’t read THE IRON CODEX or THE WORLD ASUNDER yet, but I intend to.

    Not that I didn’t deserve it, you understand… 8-). BLACK CHAMBER and its sequels are the best straight-up alternate history I’ve done.

    But I wouldn’t have felt it was a travesty if any of the others had won. After ‘moi’, my votes would have been a split decision for the Tidhar and the Kowal, with McEwan in third.


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