Troféu HQ Mix

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Troféu HQ Mix
Awarded forBest Brazilian comics
Country Brazil
Presented byJoão Gualberto Costa and José Alberto Lovetro
First awarded1989
Website http://www.hqmix.com.br

Troféu HQ Mix is a Brazilian comics award. The prize was created in 1989 by João Gualberto Costa (Gual) and José Alberto Lovetro (Jal), members of the Association of the Brazilian Cartoonists. [1]

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The name refers to the television show about comics that Gual and Jal had in the 1980s: "HQ" is abbreviation of "História em Quadrinhos" ("Comics" in Brazilian Portuguese) and "Mix" comes from the name of the show ("TV Mix 4"). [2] [3]

The design of the trophy changes every year, always paying tribute to a character from Brazilian comics. The votes are made by artists and professionals of the area, editors, researchers and journalists. [4]

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References

  1. Folha de S.Paulo (April 18, 1989). "O cínico Amigo da Onça ressuscita em "Semanário"". Folha de S.Paulo . p. 3 (Ilustrada).
  2. Folha de S.Paulo (April 2, 1990). "Prêmio HQ Mix será entregue na quarta-feira". Folha de S.Paulo . p. 10 (Ilustrada).
  3. PEREIRA, Andréa (July 3, 2007). "Confira os vencedores do 19º Troféu HQMIX". HQM. Archived from the original on January 18, 2018.
  4. TAVARES, Luis Filipe (September 9, 2011). "23º Troféu HQMIX". Trip.