Submitted by comicbase.nl on June 6, 2006 - 06:17
"WOOOOO!" Winning the International Clickie this weekend, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey lost his head. On E-merl.com, he wrote:Ã‚ "Hey, so it turns out E-merl has gone and won the International Clickie at the Clickburg Webcomic Awards in Holland. Much thanks to the jury for picking little ol' me and a special thank you to Tom Siddell of Gunnerkrigg Court fame for accepting the award on my behalf. If anyone's worried about this going to my head then they've got good cause, because it undoubtedly will. I'M AMAZING! LOOK AT ME! WOOOOO! In other news - this is the 52nd Brain Fist strip, meaning that the series' one-year anniversary falls neatly on the 6/6/06. Satanists rejoice!"
Submitted by comicbase.nl on June 3, 2006 - 21:51
Daniel Merlin Goodbrey's website E-Merl.com is awarded with the International Clickie at the festival Stripdagen Haarlem. This webcomic award, initiated by the Clickburg Foundation, was handed out for the first time.
There were als two Benelux Clickies awarded: Liz Greenfield won the Epic Clickie with her romantic story Stuff Sucks while Stephan Brusche won the Humor Clickie with his interactive Weekly Comic. Brusche's webcomic is wordless, Greenfield's story is in English.
Submitted by comicbase.nl on May 4, 2006 - 11:22
Five webcomics have been nominated for the first ‘International Clickie’, that will be awarded on June 3, 2006, at the “Stripdagen Haarlem” festival in the Netherlands. This special prize is part of the Clickburg Webcomic Awards, initiated by webcomic foundation Clickburg. The international nominees are: Scary Go Round (John Allison), E-Merl.com (Daniel Merlin Goodbrey), The Perry Bible Fellowship (Nicholas Gurewitch), Anne Frank conquers Moon Nazis (Bill Mudron) and Gunnerkrigg Court (Tom Siddell).
Submitted by comicbase.nl on April 10, 2006 - 03:30
A new international webcomic award will be handed out at the comic strip festival "Stripdagen Haarlem" in the Netherlands. The awards itself (the "Clickies") are not new, but it was never before awarded to an international webcomic.
The International Clickie will be awarded to a webcomic with an exceptional trackrecord, especially in the last twelve months. At the same time, there will be Clickies for best Dutch/Flemish webcomic and webcartoon. These two awards already premiered in 2005.