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The Bill Finger Award For Excellence In Comic Book Writing is an American award for comic book writers who were not sufficiently honored for their work in the medium. The awards committee, currently chaired by Mark Evanier, is charged each year with selecting two recipients, one living and one deceased. The award, along with the Eisner Awards, is presented in July of each year at the annual San Diego Comic-Con. It was established by Bill Finger's colleague and fellow writer Jerry Robinson.

Recipients

2005
Jerry Siegel (deceased), Arnold Drake [1]
2006
Harvey Kurtzman (deceased), Alvin Schwartz [2]
2007
Gardner Fox (deceased), George Gladir [3]
2008
Archie Goodwin (deceased), Larry Lieber [4]
2009
John Broome (deceased), Frank Jacobs

References

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