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The Alley Award was an American series of comic book fan awards, first presented in 1962 for comics published in 1961. Officially organized under the aegis of the Academy of Comic Book Arts and Sciences, the award shared close ties with the fanzine Alter Ego magazine. The Alley is the first known comic book fan award.
The Alley Awards were tallied yearly for comic books produced during the previous year. The Alley statuette was initially sculpted by Academy member Ron Foss out of redwood, from which “plaster duplications” were made to be handed out to the various winners.
The Alley Award traces its origin to “a letter to Jerry dated October 25, 1961” by Roy Thomas, in which he suggested that Jerry Bails’ fanzine Alter-Ego, which had debuted in March 1961, create an award for fandom’s “favorite comic books in a number of categories.”
Initially suggested as the “Alter-Ego Award,” the name evolved into the Alley Award after comic strip caveman Alley Oop, since, as Thomas reasoned, “surely a caveman had to be the earliest superhero chronologically.” Comics historian Bill Schelly notes that no one “bothered to ask the NEA [newspaper] syndicate for permission to utilize V. T. Hamlin’s comic strip character”.
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The Alabama Broadcasters Association (ABA) represents radio and television broadcasters across the U.S. state of Alabama. It is affiliated with the National Association of Broadcasters. Every year the organization presents the ABBY (Alabama’s Best in Broadcasting Yearly) Awards. The organization also has a Hall of Fame .