There are still some awards yet to be announced, so we'll see...
Keep in mind that these awards are 100% fan chosen, so the fact that Watchmen beat out Wolverine for best comic book movie thrills me to no end. I'm glad the average fan sees that it was the better choice.
Wolverine is a great character, but too often the writers don't give him a great story in which to dwell... The reason is that they do not fathom that story and character are the same integrated process. Character is only revealed through story... Story is only told through character.
Now all I want is for Haley to win for Best Superhero, and for Veidt vs. Blake to win Best Fight to the Death scene. I think even the average fan can see that Watchmen absolutely deserves those two awards.
Haley deserves the award for his death scene alone which was so intelligent that it informed my own view of the comic book scene. The error was that Zack saw fit to include Nite Owl in the scene... which compromised three characters.
Dan should not see Rorschach die, followed immediately by Laurie smooching Jon... and then Dan's OK with seeing Jon kill his partner and then, seconds later, open mouth tongue smooch his girlfriend... with her being a willing participant... and then he actually gives her a lift back to NYC. Fuck her! If she wants the Cyan Lion, then she can't have the Cooter Hooter. She gets to stay in Karnak... Enjoy the minty fresh weather, Slutty Smurf.
The rest, who cares...
Yeah.... well, it's the Spike Awards. You were expecting the president to throw out the first pitch?