Prêmio de Mangá Kodansha

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Prêmio de Mangá Kodansha
País Japão
Primeira cerimônia 1977
Sítio oficial

O Prêmio de Mangá Kodansha (講談社漫画賞, Kōdansha Manga Shō?) é um prêmio anual para mangás publicados no ano anterior ao do evento. É patrocinado pela editora Kodansha. Atualmente, há premiação em quatro categorias: kodomo, shōnen, shōjo e geral. O evento teve início em 1977, com as categorias shōnen e shōjo. Em 1982 foi adicionada a categoria geral e em 2003, a categoria kodomo.

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Ano Kodomo Shōnen Shōjo Geral
1977 Black Jack, Osamu Tezuka
The Three-Eyed One, Osamu Tezuka
Haikara-san ga Tōru, Waki Yamato
Candy Candy, Kyoko Mizuki e Yumiko Igarashi
1978 Football Hawk, Noboru Kawasaki Seito Shokun!, Yōko Shōji
1979 Tonda Couple, Kimio Yanagisawa The Star of Cottonland, Yumiko Ōshima
1980 Susa-no-O, Gō Nagai Lemon Report, Mayumi Yoshida
1981 Sanshirō of 1, 2, Makoto Kobayashi Ohayō! Spank, Shun'ichi Yukimuro e Shizue Takanashi
1982 Gakuto Retsuden, Motoka Murakami Yōkihi-den, Suzue Miuchi Karyūdo no Seiza, Machiko Satonaka
1983 The Kabocha Wine, Mitsuru Miura Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi, Ryoko Yamagishi P.S. Genki Desu, Shunpei, Fumi Saimon
1984 Bats & Terry, Yasuichi Ōshima Lady Love, Hiromu Ono Akira, Katsuhiro Otomo
1985 Bari Bari Densetsu, Shuichi Shigeno Okashina Futari, Jūzō Yamasaki e Kei Sadayasu
Mahiro Taiken, Naomi Nishi
1986 Kotaro Makaritoru, Tatsuya Hiruta Yūkan Club, Yukari Ichijō Adolf, Osamu Tezuka
What's Michael?, Makoto Kobayashi
1987 Ironfist Chinmi, Takeshi Maekawa Nana Iro Majikku, Yū Asagiri Actor, Kaiji Kawaguchi
1988 Mister Ajikko, Daisuke Terasawa Junjō Crazy Fruits, Akemi Matsunae Bonobono, Mikio Igarashi
Be-Bop High School, Kazuhiro Kiuchi
1989 Meimon! Daisan Yakyūbu, Toshiyuki Mutsu Chibi Maruko-chan, Momoko Sakura
Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu!, Yumiko Suzuki
Komikku Shōwa-Shi, Shigeru Mizuki
1990 Shura no Mon, Masatoshi Kawahara Pride, Naka Marimura The Silent Service, Kaiji Kawaguchi
Gorillaman, Harold Sakuishi
1991 Hajime no Ippo, George Morikawa Eien no Nohara, Mieko Ōsaka Kachō Kōsaku Shima, Kenshi Hirokane
Waru, Jun Fukami
1992 Kaze Hikaru: Koshien, Sanbachi Kawa e Tarō Nami Uchi no Mama ga iu Koto ni wa, Mariko Iwadate Naniwa Kin'yūdō, Yūji Aoki
1993 3x3 Eyes, Yuzo Takada Sailor Moon, Naoko Takeuchi Parasyte, Hitoshi Iwaaki
1994 Shoot!, Tsukasa Ōshima Kimi no Te ga Sasayaite iru, Junko Karube Tetsujin Ganma, Yasuhito Yamamoto
1995 Kinda'ichi Case Files, Yōsaburō Kanari e Fumiya Sato Sekai de Ichiban Yasashii Ongaku, Mari Ozawa Hanada Shōnen-shi, Makoto Isshiki
1996 Shōta no Sushi, Daisuke Terasawa Tennen Kokekkō, Fusako Kuramochi Ping-Pong Club, Minoru Furuya
1997 Ryūrōden, Yoshito Yamahara Eight Clouds Rising, Natsumi Itsuki Dragon Head, Minetaro Mochizuki
1998 GTO, Tooru Fujisawa Kodocha, Miho Obana Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji, Nobuyuki Fukumoto
Sōten Kōro, King Gonta
1999 Chameleon, Atsushi Kase Peach Girl, Miwa Ueda Wangan Midnight, Michiharu Kusunoki
2000 Legendary Gambler Tetsuya, Fūmei Sai e Yasushi Hoshino Guru Guru Pon-chan, Satomi Ikezawa Vagabond, Eiji Yoshikawa e Takehiko Inoue
2001 Love Hina, Ken Akamatsu Fruits Basket, Natsuki Takaya 20th Century Boys, Naoki Urasawa
2002 Cromartie High School, Eiji Nonaka
Beck, Harold Sakuishi
Antique Bakery, Fumi Yoshinaga Zipang, Kaiji Kawaguchi
2003 Mirmo!, Hiromu Shinozuka Kunimitsu no Matsuri, Yūma Andō e Masashi Asaki Honey and Clover, Chika Umino
Tramps Like Us, Yayoi Ogawa
The Life of the Genius Professor Yanagizawa, Kazumi Yamashita
2004 Ultra Ninja Scrolls, Kazuhiko Midō Shana Ō Yoshitsune, Hirofumi Sawada Nodame Cantabile, Tomoko Ninomiya Basilisk: The Kouga Ninja Scrolls, Fūtarō Yamada e Masaki Segawa
2005 Sugar Sugar Rune, Moyoco Anno Capeta, Masahito Soda Oi Pītan!!, Risa Itō
A Perfect Day for Love Letters, George Asakura
Dragon Zakura, Mita Norifusa
2006 Kitchen Princess, Miyuki Kobayashi e Natsumi Andō Air Gear, Oh! Great Life, Keiko Suenobu Mushishi, Yuki Urushibara
2007 Tenshi no Frypan, Etsushi Ogawa Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei, Kōji Kumeta
Dear Boys: Act 2, Hiroki Yagami
I.S., Chiyo Rokuhana Ōkiku Furikabutte, Asa Higuchi
2008 Shugo Chara!, Peach-Pit Saikyō! Toritsu Aoizaka Kōkō Yakyūbu, Motoyuki Tanaka Kimi ni Todoke, Karuho Shiina Moyashimon, Masayuki Ishikawa
2009 Meitantei Yumemizu Kiyoshirō Jiken Note, Kaoru Hayamine e Kei Enue Q.E.D., Motohiro Katou
Fairy Tail, Hiro Mashima
Kiyoku Yawaku, Ryo Ikuemi Ah! My Goddess, Kōsuke Fujishima
2010 Inazuma Eleven, Ten'ya Yabuno Ace of Diamond, Yūji Terajima Kuragehime, Akiko Higashimura Giant Killing, Masaya Tsunamoto
2011 Honto Ni Atta! Reibai Sensei, Hidekichi Matsumoto Attack on Titan, Hajime Isayama Chihayafuru, Yuki Suetsugu March Comes in Like a Lion, Chika Umino
Uchū Kyōdai, Chūya Koyama
2012 Watashi ni xx Shinasai!, Ema Toyama Mashiro no Oto, Marimo Ragawa Shitsuren Chocolatier, Setona Mizushiro Vinland Saga, Makoto Yukimura
2013 Animal Land, Makoto Raiku Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, Naoshi Arakawa Ore Monogatari!!, Kazune Kawahara e Aruko Gurazeni, Yūji Moritaka e Keiji Adachi
Prison School, Akira Hiramoto
2014 Yo-Kai Watch, Noriyuki Konishi Baby Steps, Hikaru Katsuki Taiyō no Ie, Ta'amo Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinchū, Haruko Kumota
2015[1] Nanatsu no Taizai, Nakaba Suzuki
Yowamushi Pedal, Wataru Watanabe (empate)
Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu, Tsunami Umino Knights of Sidonia, Tsutomu Nihei
2016[2] Days, Tsuyoshi Yasuda Watashi ga Motete Dōsunda, Junko Kōnodori, Yū Suzunoki

Referências

  1. Komatsu, Mikikazu (13 de maio de 2015). «39th Kodansha Manga Awards Winners Announced» (em inglês). Crunchyroll 
  2. «Kodansha Manga Awards Winners Announced» (em inglês). Anime News Network. 16 de maio de 2016 

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