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    Best Short Story Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    The Boogeyman
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    Night Shift

    Here There Be Tygers
    |
    Skeleton Crew

    Lunch at the Gotham Café
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    Everything's Eventual

    Nona
    |
    Skeleton Crew

    All That You Love Will Be Carried Away
    |
    Everything's Eventual

    Strawberry Spring
    |
    Night Shift

    1408
    |
    Everything's Eventual

    The Man in the Black Suit
    |
    Everything's Eventual

    Jerusalem's Lot
    |
    Night Shift

    Dolan's Cadillac
    |
    Nightmares & Dreamscapes

    [/table]

    Most Frightening Published Work Award
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    Nominee
    |
    From the Book

    1408
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    Everything's Eventual

    It
    |
    It

    The Boogeyman
    |
    Night Shift

    The Mist
    |
    Skeleton Crew

    'Salem's Lot
    |
    'Salem's Lot

    Pet Sematary
    |
    Pet Sematary

    The Shining
    |
    The Shining

    The Stand
    |
    The Stand

    Gerald's Game
    |
    Gerald's Game

    Desperation
    |
    Desperation

    [/table]

    Best Protagonist Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Ralph Roberts
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    Insomnia

    Roland Deschain
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    DT Series

    The Losers Club
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    It

    Stu Redman
    |
    The Stand

    Trisha MacFarland
    |
    The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

    Edgar Freemantle
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    Duma Key

    Johnny Marinville
    |
    Desperation/The Regulators

    Jack Sawyer
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    The Talisman/Black House

    Larry Underwood
    |
    The Stand

    Rose Daniels
    |
    Rose Madder

    [/table]

    Best Antagonist Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Leland Gaunt
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    Needful Things

    Kurt Barlow
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    'Salem's Lot

    George Stark
    |
    The Dark Half

    Tak
    |
    Desperation/The Regulators

    Norman Daniels
    |
    Rose Madder

    Randall Flagg
    |
    The Stand etc.

    Annie Wilkes
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    Misery

    Pennywise
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    It

    Atropos
    |
    Insomnia

    Andre Linoge
    |
    The Storm of the Century

    [/table]

    Best Supporting Character Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Jake Chambers
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    DT Series

    Tom Cullen
    |
    The Stand

    Henry Leyden
    |
    Black House

    Speedy Parker
    |
    The Talisman

    Ted Brautigan
    |
    Hearts in Atlantis/DT7

    Wolf
    |
    The Talisman

    Oy
    |
    DT Series

    Nick Andros
    |
    The Stand

    Jerome Wireman
    |
    Duma Key

    Chris Chambers
    |
    Different Seasons

    [/table]

    Best Minor Antagonist Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Nadine Cross
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    The Stand

    Sunlight Gardner
    |
    The Talisman

    Andy the Robot
    |
    Wolves of the Calla

    Henry Bowers
    |
    It

    Trashcan Man
    |
    The Stand

    Eldred Jonas
    |
    Wizard and Glass

    Gasher
    |
    The Waste Lands

    Harold Lauder
    |
    The Stand

    Patrick Hockstetter
    |
    It

    Lloyd Henreid
    |
    The Stand

    [/table]

    Best Couple Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Scott and Lisey Landon
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    Lisey's Story

    Roland and Rosalita
    |
    Wolves of the Calla

    Mike and Mattie
    |
    Bag of Bones

    Eddie and Susannah Dean
    |
    DT Series

    Roland and Susan Delgado
    |
    Wizard and Glass

    Ralph Roberts and Lois Chasse
    |
    Insomnia

    Ben Hanscom and Beverly Marsh
    |
    It

    Bobby Garfield and Carol Gerber
    |
    Hearts in Atlantis

    Stu Redman and Frannie Goldsmith
    |
    The Stand

    Alan Pangborn and Polly Chalmers
    |
    Needful Things

    [/table]

    Saddest Moment Award
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    Spoiler:
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    Nominee
    |
    From the Book

    The Death of Mr. Jingles
    |
    The Green Mile

    The Death of John Coffey
    |
    The Green Mile

    The Death of Wolf
    |
    The Talisman

    When Gard sees Peter (the beagle) hooked up like a battery in Bobbi's shed
    |
    The Tommyknockers

    Oy's reaction at Jake's graveside
    |
    The Dark Tower

    The Death of Oy
    |
    The Dark Tower

    Olive sneaking into her sleeping husband's room to lay down with him then sneaking out before he wakes
    |
    Wizard and Glass

    The end of the story when everyone is forgetting again
    |
    It

    "I remember her well"
    |
    Duma Key

    The Death of Gage Creed
    |
    Pet Sematary

    [/table]


    Best Death Award
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    Spoiler:
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Jake Chambers (In "our" world)
    |
    The Dark Tower

    Father Callahan
    |
    The Dark Tower

    Randall Flagg
    |
    The Dark Tower

    George Stark
    |
    The Dark Half

    Henry Leyden
    |
    Black House

    Susan Delgado
    |
    Wizard and Glass

    Wolf
    |
    The Talisman

    Nettie Cobb
    |
    Needful Things

    Ben Richards
    |
    The Running Man

    Johnny Smith
    |
    The Dead Zone

    [/table]


    Best Novella/Novelette Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    The Langoliers
    |
    Four Past Midnight

    The Body
    |
    Different Seasons

    Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption
    |
    Different Seasons

    Everything's Eventual
    |
    Everything's Eventual

    The Gingerbread Girl
    |
    Just After Sunset

    Apt Pupil
    |
    Different Seasons

    [/table]

    Best Trade Edition Cover Art Award
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    Nominee
    |
    From the Book

    Just After Sunset
    |
    Just After Sunset

    Desperation
    |
    Desperation

    Lisey's Story
    |
    Lisey's Story

    Dolores Claiborne
    |
    Dolores Claiborne

    Night Shift
    |
    Night Shift

    Duma Key
    |
    Duma Key

    Nightmares & Dreamscapes
    |
    Nightmares & Dreamscapes

    [/table]

    Best Illustrations in a Published Work Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Michael Whelan
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    The Dark Tower

    Bernie Wrightson
    |
    The Stand

    Bernie Wrightson
    |
    Cycle of the Werewolf

    Rick Berry
    |
    Black House

    [/table]

    Best Minor Character Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    Cort
    |
    DT series

    Rosalita
    |
    Wolves of the Calla

    John Cullum
    |
    Song of Susannah

    Gert Kinshaw
    |
    Rose Madder

    Dick Hallorann
    |
    The Shining

    [/table]

    Best King on the Screen Award
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    Nominee
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    From the Book

    The Shining (1980)
    |
    The Shining

    The Mist
    |
    Skeleton Crew

    The Shawshank Redemption
    |
    Different Seasons

    The Green Mile
    |
    The Green Mile

    Stand by Me
    |
    Different Seasons

    Secret Window
    |
    Four Past Midnight

    Misery
    |
    Misery

    Nightmares & Dreamscapes
    |
    Nightmares & Dreamscapes

    [/table]

    Worst King on the Screen Award
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    Nominee
    |
    From the Book

    The Tommyknockers
    |
    The Tommyknockers

    Maximum Overdrive
    |
    Night Shift

    Dreamcatcher
    |
    Dreamcatcher

    The Shining (1997)
    |
    The Shining

    It
    |
    It

    Kingdom Hospital
    |
    n/a

    Christine
    |
    Christine

    Desperation
    |
    Desperation

    [/table]


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    In this thread we'll be keeping track on everything that's happening with our miscellaneous "appended" awards. I'll be throwing together simple tables with all the finalists.

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    As always, thanks for your dedication to this Pablo.

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    Pablo is teh awesome!
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    Thanks guys. I have fun doing this! And what'll be really fun is when we have all our finalists in all fifteen categories (well, sixteen, counting the Best Book award), we can then see which book got the most nominations. There could even be a table of all the nominations, from most to least.

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    Updated the tables with all the data from the closed polls. Still awaiting Aaron's word on two ties:

    Best Minor Antagonist: Lloyd Henreid and Greta Shaw are tied at 2.

    Saddest Moment: Black House and Pet Sematary are tied at 4.

    After that we still have the semifinals for the remaining categories (Best Novella/Novelette, Best King on the Screen, Worst King on the Screen, Best Trade Edition Cover Art, Best Illustrations in a Published Work, Best Minor Character), unless there are no semifinals, and we're just going into the finals on those.

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    Pablo, question about the best death catagory.
    Spoiler:
    Why is Susan Delgado on there twice?
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    I saw that, too, Sam - and you'll notice there are 11 entries. My guess is . . . OOPS!!


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    I hadn't noticed it was eleven entries Gretchen. I thought it was ten. Guess I can't count today.
    Margaret Emmie Mackey Catoe, you are, have been, and always will be my soulmate, and I love you.
    Con todo mi corazon, por todo de mis dias. And I always will, in this life and into the next.

    August 2, 1947 - September 24, 2010

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    Yeah just a plain ol' copy-paste error. Sorry.

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    Here's an interesting question. Since I'd like to have a list of how many nominations each book received, for the sake of statistics, would it be possible to decide which one book to nominate in those several cases where a character is from more than one book?

    In the Best Protagonist category we have Johnny Marinville, Roland Deschain, and Jack Sawyer. In the Best Antagonist category we have Tak and Randall Flagg. In the Best Supporting Character category we have Jake Chambers, Ted Brautigan, and Oy. In the Best Couple category we have Eddie and Susannah Dean.

    Would it be fair to use the book these characters first appeared in, in the case with the DT folks? As far as Johnny Marinville, Jack Sawyer, Tak, and Randall Flagg I'm not sure. But I'd prefer there would be a single book for each nominee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo View Post
    Would it be fair to use the book these characters first appeared in, in the case with the DT folks? As far as Johnny Marinville, Jack Sawyer, Tak, and Randall Flagg I'm not sure. But I'd prefer there would be a single book for each nominee.
    It's an interesting question, especially with respect to Johnny M as I think the Johnny M in Desperation and the Johnny M in The Regulators are quite different, obviously more so than Roland, Ted, Jake, or even Jack (although he's an adult in Black House, he's the adult version of the boy in The Talisman). The two Johnny's are not the same to me. Put it this way, I'd only vote for one of them, not the other.

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    You the man Pablo. Holla'

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    The first seven polls are up for the final voting on our miscellaneous awards.

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    Okay, if anyone's curious, here is a complete listing of the nominations.

    Leading, of course, is The Dark Tower series, with a whopping 20 (twenty) nominations:

    Best Protagonist, Best Supporting Character (2), Best Minor Antagonist (3), Best Couple (3), Saddest Moment (3), Best Death (4), Best Illustrations in a Published Work, Best Minor Character (3).

    Next, with 12 nominations, is The Stand:

    Most Frightening Published Work, Best Protagonist (2), Best Antagonist, Best Supporting Character (2), Best Minor Antagonist (4), Best Couple, Best Illustrations in a Published Work.

    With 8 nominations in third place we have It:

    Most Frightening Published Work, Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist, Best Minor Antagonist (2), Best Couple, Saddest Moment, Worst King on the Screen.

    Next, four books with 6 nominations. The Talisman: Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist, Best Supporting Character, Best Supporting Character, Best Minor Antagonist, Saddest Moment, Best Death. Night Shift: Worst King on the Screen (Maximum Overdrive), Best Short Story (The Boogeyman, Strawberry Spring, Jerusalem's Lot), Most Frightening Published Work (The Boogeyman), Best Trade Edition Cover Art. Everything's Eventual: Best Short Story (Lunch at the Gotham Café, All That You Love Will Be Carried Away, 1408, The Man in the Black Suit), Most Frightening Published Work (1408), Best Novella/Novelette (Everything's Eventual). Different Seasons: Best Supporting Character (The Body), Best Novella/Novelette (The Body, Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, Apt Pupil), Best King on the Screen (The Shawshank Redemption, Stand by Me).

    With 5 nominations we have Desperation: Most Frightening Published Work, Best Trade Edition Cover Art, Worst King on the Screen, Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist.

    Next, four books with 4 nominations. The Shining: Most Frightening Published Work, Best Minor Character, Best King on the Screen, Worst King on the Screen. Skeleton Crew: Best Short Story (Here There Be Tygers, Nona), Most Frightening Published Work (The Mist), Best King on the Screen (The Mist). Duma Key: Best Protagonist, Best Supporting Character, Saddest Moment, Best Trade Edition Cover Art. Black House: Best Supporting Character, Best Death, Best Illustrations in a Published Work, Best Protagonist.

    With 3 nominations we have five books. The Green Mile: Saddest Moment (2), Best King on the Screen. Rose Madder: Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist, Best Minor Character. Nightmares & Dreamscapes: Best Short Story (Dolan's Cadillac), Best Trade Edition Cover Art, Best King on the Screen. Needful Things: Best Antagonist, Best Couple, Best Death. Insomnia: Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist, Best Couple.

    We've got ten whole books with 2 nominations. The Tommyknockers: Saddest Moment, Worst King on the Screen. The Regulators: Best Protagonist, Best Antagonist. The Dark Half: Best Antagonist, Best Death. 'Salem's Lot: Most Frightening Published Work, Best Antagonist. Pet Sematary: Most Frightening Published Work, Saddest Moment. Misery: Best Antagonist, Best King on the Screen. Lisey's Story: Best Couple, Best Trade Edition Cover Art. Just After Sunset: Best Novella/Novelette (The Gingerbread Girl), Best Trade Edition Cover Art. Hearts in Atlantis: Best Supporting Character, Best Couple. Four Past Midnight: Best Novella/Novelette (The Langoliers), Best King on the Screen (Secret Window).

    Finally, there are ten books with just 1 nomination. Bag of Bones: Best Couple. The Storm of the Century: Best Antagonist. The Running Man: Best Death. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon: Best Protagonist. The Dead Zone: Best Death. Gerald's Game: Most Frightening Published Work. Dreamcatcher: Worst King on the Screen. Dolores Claiborne: Best Trade Edition Cover Art. Cycle of the Werewolf: Best Illustrations in a Published Work. Christine: Worst King on the Screen.

    So that's it. A total of 130 nominations, and 37 different nominees (DT counted as one).

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    And the last of the polls are up.

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    pablo, there are no words in human or ursine language to express the admiration of the job you did!!!


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    bears are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I'm glad bears have enjoyed the process and approve of it. And Jean, I must also thank you for the great tough work you did on all the categories that made it putting those polls up a cakewalk. Thank you.

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    Ask not what bears can do for you, but what you can do for bears. (razz)
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    bears are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I am grateful to you both...and Aaron.
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