2003 Golden Acorn Awards

2003 Golden Acorn Awards

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The 2003 Golden Acorn Awards ceremony quickly came to be known as "The Year of the Fish". Chris Fischer, who plunged upon the Rangerphile scene with his wonderful graphic novel "Of Mice and Mayhem", swam away with the barracuda's share of the awards. For the first time, the same work won both Best Story and Best Artwork, an accomplishment likely never to be equaled. Here's to Chris and all the Rangerphiles that made 2003's ceremony one for the record books!

The Ceremony is broken into links for each presentation and break. Click on the one you want to see and use the "back" key to return to this page:

Opening and Break One
Emcee's Welcome
Best Original Website Section
Most Informative Website
Best Website Layout
Best Website Content
Best Website Maintainer
Best Website Award
Best Online Comic
Break Two
Best Original Costuming
Best Illustration Inspired by a Fanfic
Best Portrait of a Ranger
Best Black and White Image (Greyscale)
Best Color Image (Rendered)
Best Color Image (Flat)
Best Artist
Best Artwork
Song Break
Best Song Parody
Best Satire
Best Poetic Imagery
Best Poet
Best Verse

Best Use of a Recurring Series Character
Best Use of a One-Shot Character
Best Characterization of the Rangers
Best Character Interaction
Best Original Villain
Best Female Original Character
Best Male Original Character
Best Narrative Description
Best Short Story
Best Mystery-Thriller
Best Romance
Best Drama
Best Action-Adventure
Best Comedy
Most Improved Author
Best Author
Best Story
Break Four
Most Helpful
Biggest Nutcase
Most Prolific
Special Mention
Best Caption

Best All-Time Website
Best All-Time Artist
Best All-Time Artwork
Best All-Time Author
Best All-Time Fanfic
Rookie of the Year
Lifetime Achievement Award
Break Five


Highlights from the 2003 Golden Acorn Awards: Click on thumbnails to see the full-size image