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The Comic Vine 2013 Movie Awards WINNERS

This year had plenty of fun movies, but which ones did the community love the most? Come see which films earned awards!

Last week, the Comic Vine community voted and debated over the hefty amount of comic book (and comic book-ish) movies this year had to offer. We packed 10 categories with options and, after a whole week of discussion and picking favorites, the results are in. One film has taken a majority of the awards. Is it one you really dug? Well, read on to find out.

And the winners are...

Best Hero

With 39% of 726 votes, Henry Cavill wins for his performance as Superman!

Runner-up: Chris Hemsworth (Thor)

Best Villain

With 36% of 689 votes, Tom Hiddleston wins for his performance as Loki!

Runner-up: Michael Shannon (Zod)

Best Supporting Character

We have a tie! With both taking 21% of 642 votes, Ian McKellen (Gandalf) and Antje Traue (Faora) win!

Runner-up: Jim Carrey (Colonel Stars and Stripes)

Best Visual Effects

With 35% of 622 votes, Pacific Rim wins!

Runner-up: Man of Steel

Best Action Scene

With 37% of 638 votes, the final Superman vs. Zod fight in Man of Steel wins!

Runner-up: Smallville Battle (Man of Steel)

Best Director

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With 24% of 558 votes, Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) wins!

Runner-up: Peter Jackson (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug)

Best Credits Scene

With 47% of 525 votes, The Wolverine wins!

Runner-up: Thor: The Dark World

Best Script

With 25% of 546 votes, Man of Steel wins!

Runner-up: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Best Animated Movie

With 56% of 546 votes, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox wins!

Runner-up: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2

Best Movie

With 45% of 662 votes, Man of Steel wins!

Runner-up: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Earning 6 out of 10 categories, Man of Steel is flying away with the most awards. Look, we all know it's a totally polarizing movie, so if you're going to debate over the community's results, try to avoid mudslinging.

If you took time to vote and speak your mind on the nominations: thanks for participating and here's hoping 2014's comic book movies are everything we want them to be and then some. Have a happy New Year, Viners!

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Posted by Mxyzptlk_CV

Man of Steel was alright, but should not get best script award.

from the nominee-list of sripts we got in the poll..yes,it was the best...

Edited by 14NC3

@lvenger said:

MOS winning best script award? Seriously? The script was one of the most lackluster and soulless lines this year. That's the award I'm most put out about it winning. The rest are to be expected really.

THIS. I don't mind it winning best movie and I voted MOS for best action scene but it definitely shouldn't be winning best script.

Posted by Outside_85
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Posted by PeppeyHare

Do people ever not complain about other's opinions?

Posted by G_leno

He's not! Tolkien wrote it, Peter Jackson directed the movies. Regardless of who wrote it, its 20x better written than MoS. I enjoyed Mos, I own it on bluray, but I have no problems with saying the script should never have won best script.

Posted by Outside_85

@g_leno said:

He's not! Tolkien wrote it, Peter Jackson directed the movies. Regardless of who wrote it, its 20x better written than MoS. I enjoyed Mos, I own it on bluray, but I have no problems with saying the script should never have won best script.

So by your idea everyone should be able to be a professor by publishing an actual professors work.

Edited by Jonny_Anonymous

@g_leno said:

He's not! Tolkien wrote it, Peter Jackson directed the movies. Regardless of who wrote it, its 20x better written than MoS. I enjoyed Mos, I own it on bluray, but I have no problems with saying the script should never have won best script.

So by your idea everyone should be able to be a professor by publishing an actual professors work.

no that's not we said at all

Posted by Outside_85

@jonny_anonymous: Yes it is, Peter Jackson is not the man who wrote the Hobbit, he never met the man who did, all Jackson did was lift everything from the book and put it on screen and then pad it with a bunch of action scenes we didnt want or need.

Posted by TheCheeseStabber

ITS RIGGED!!!!!

MOS WAS SUPPOSED TO WIN ALL CATEGORIES!!!!

I CALL FOR A RECOUNT THAT REMOVES ALL LOKI FANGIRLS!

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

@jonny_anonymous: Yes it is, Peter Jackson is not the man who wrote the Hobbit, he never met the man who did, all Jackson did was lift everything from the book and put it on screen and then pad it with a bunch of action scenes we didnt want or need.

Well that's great and all but nobody said Jackson wins the category, we said The Hobbit wins it.

Posted by G_leno

@outside_85 said:

@jonny_anonymous: Yes it is, Peter Jackson is not the man who wrote the Hobbit, he never met the man who did, all Jackson did was lift everything from the book and put it on screen and then pad it with a bunch of action scenes we didnt want or need.

Well that's great and all but nobody said Jackson wins the category, we said The Hobbit wins it.

Exactly. We aren't debating who should have won best director, we were moaning about best script. Although Jackson has a good claim on that category too.

Posted by TDK_1997

I like the way how things turned out to be.

Posted by DoctorXander

Yay Man of Steel!

Posted by Khan_Noonien_Singh

Star Trek won nothing?! :(

At least MoS sweeped a lot of the polls. :D

Edited by ScottyHawkeye

should've known I still Star Trek Into Darkness was the best of 2k13 it's way better than MOS sorry

Posted by soldierofel

@youknowwhattodo: So your seriously saying that MOS only won awards because fanboys voted? That seems ignorant considering the majority of the public who watched MOS enjoyed it. I've talked to a few people who are not even superman fans and have said that MOS is easily the best film of 2013 and that it deserves more credit. There is a ocean of difference between someone who thinks a films deserves more credit and a fanboy. It's just that simple.