Stagger Lee, the graphic novel that explores the history and legend of Lee Shelton, dominated the 2007 Glyph Comic Awards, winning in four categories, including Story of the Year.
The awards were presented last night at the sixth annual East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention in Philadelphia.
The Glyph Comic Awards recognize comics “made by, for, and about people of color.” You can read background on the awards here.
Stagger Lee writer Derek McCulloch was named Best Writer, while artist Shepherd Hendrix won the award for Best Cover. Stagger Lee was also selected as Best Male Character.
Kyle Baker won Best Artist for The Bakers.
Johanna Draper Carlson has the full list of winners.