Events and publication Edit
Year overall Edit
vol. 2 is canceled by DC Comics with issue #87. Doom Patrol
Malibu Comics relaunches its Ultraverse titles with the Infinity promotion. The most popular characters, such as Prime, Mantra, Exiles, and Rune, come back with all-black covers and an infinity symbol on the cover. Marvel's Marvel Edge imprint debuts, featuring the titles , Daredevil , Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme , and Ghost Rider Incredible Hulk
January 1: Nans van Leeuwen, Dutch illustrator, novelist and comics artist ( Piggelmee), passes away at age 94. 
January 12: George Price, American cartoonist ( ), dies at the age of 93. The New Yorker  
January 16: Nin, Spanish comics artist ( Trompy, El Habitante del Viejo Castillo de Mockery, Don Espino el Buen Vecino, El Monin y sus Gangsters), dies at age 62. 
January 24: Frank Emery, American mural artist, jazz musician, photographer, animator, illustrator, and comics artist ( 4), dies at age 37.  January 31: Alfredo Cardona Peña, Costa Rican-Mexican novelist and comics writer, dies at age 77. 
February 4: Odette Fumet, Canadian illustrator, novelist and comics artist (newspaper comic strip adaptations of swashbuckler novels), dies at age 94. 
February 13: Bill Perry, American comics artist ( Ned Handy, assisted on , continued Harold Teen ), passes away at age 89. Gasoline Alley 
February 19: Paul Jamin, aka Jam, Alfred Gérard and/or Alidor, Belgian comics artist and cartoonist ( Le Vol du Bourdon), dies at age 83. 
February 23: Don Heck, American comics artist (co-creator of , continued Iron Man ), dies at age 66. Avengers  Specific date unknown: Hugh Morren, British comics artist ( Tommy Wack), dies at age 74. 
March 22: Hein Auke Kray, Dutch comics artist ( Baas Blaas, de Tielse Kruidenier), dies at age 93. 
March 29: Mort Meskin, American comics artist ( ) dies at age 78. DC Comics  March 29: Willy Schermelé, Dutch illustrator and comics artist ( Winkie, Bartje en Zwartje, Kater Kwik, Jaap en zijn Aap, Kees en Kikkie, Met z'n Drieën), dies at age 90. 
April 19: Reg Wootton, British comics artist ( Sporting Sam), died at age 86.  April 29: Ingrid Wallerström, Swedish novelist, illustrator and comics artist ( Taggstraden, Nisse har fått en Trumma), dies at age 102. 
June 5: Raye Horne, American underground comix artist ( Gay Hearthrobs, White Whore Funnies), dies at the age of 50. 
July 16: Harry Buckinx, Dutch comics artist ( Titul, Titula, De Familie Aepebroeck), passes away from cancer at the age of 51. 
July 20: George Caragonne, American comics writer and editor ( , Marvel Comics ), commits suicide at c. age 30. Penthouse Comix
July 22: Rick Yager, American comics artist (continued ), dies at age 85. Buck Rogers  July 25: Balthasar Lippisch, German illustrator, caricaturist, animator and comics artist ( Pip & Zip), dies at age 74 or 75. 
August 1: Daniel Chauvin, French comics artist (assisted on and Tanguy et Laverdure ), dies at age 56 from stomach cancer. Buck Danny 
August 1: Noel Gloesner, French comics artist ( Les Indégonflables de Chantovent, Yann le Vaillant), dies at age 77.  August 20: Hugo Pratt, Italian comics artist ( , Corto Maltese , El Sargento Kirk , Ernie Pike , Jesuit Joe ), dies at age 68. Asso di Picche 
September 7: Russell Johnson, American comics artist ( Mister Oswald), passes away at age 101. 
September 9: Toon Rammelt, Dutch comics artist, illustrator and radio executive ( De Vliegvarobiel van Professor Knap, Sikkie en Dikkie en de Reis naar Luilekkerland, Hummel, Lummel en hun avonturen met de houten doos, De Stakelijers, Eduard), dies at age 84. 
September 9: Pim van Boxsel, Dutch illustrator and comics artist ( Cartouche, De Wonderlijke Avonturen van Philomene), dies at age 71 from heart failure.  September 30: Nestor Redondo, Filipino comics artist ( , DC Comics ), dies at age 67. Marvel Comics 
November 2: Ollie Harrington, American comics artist ( Dark Laughter), dies at age 83 in Berlin, Germany.
Specific date unknown Edit Benigani, Spanish comics artist, dies at age 92 or 93.
 Alex Cubie, Scottish comics artist and animator (continued
), dies at age 83 or 84. Rupert Bear  José De Lemos, Portuguese comics artist, dies at age 85.
 Óskar, aka Oskar Pinto Lobo, Portuguese comics artist ( Tom Migas e o seu cavalo Cara Linda, comics about Laurel & Hardy), dies at age 81 or 82.  Exhibitions Edit
August 1–October 27: "See You in the Funny Papers: American Life as Reflected in the Newspaper Comic Strip," curated by Lucy Shelton Caswell in conjunction with the Festival of Cartoon Art (Ohio State University Cartoon, Graphic, and Photographic Arts Research Library, Columbus, Ohio) December 7, 1995 – February 11, 1996: "Classic Comics — A Selection of Stories from EC Comics," featuring the work of, among others, John Severin ( Words & Pictures Museum, Northampton, Massachusetts) Conventions Edit
January 15: Albuquerque Comic Con (Albuquerque Marriott, Albuquerque, New Mexico) — guests include Sheldon Moldoff and Tom Grindberg 
January 22: Great Eastern Conventions Boston (57 Park Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts) — c. 750 attendees 
January 26–29: Angoulême International Comics Festival (Angoulême, France) — 22nd annual festival 
February 19: Spirits of Independence (Austin, Texas) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard, and Martin Wagner
February 24–26: The New York Comic Book Spectacular (Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City) 
Spring: MegaCon (Orlando, Florida) — guests include Gil Kane, Dick Giordano, and Howard Chaykin
March: Motor City Comic Con I
March 25: Spirits of Independence (Hyatt Downtown, Columbus, OH) — guests include Dave Sim and Gerhard, Paul Pope, Steve Bissette, and M'Oak
April: Pittsburgh Comicon (Monroeville, Pennsylvania)
April 15–16: Dallas Fantasy Fair I (Harvey Hotel, Irving, Texas) — guests include Adam Hughes, Susie Owens, and Mark Goddard 
April 15: Spirits of Independence (Seattle, Washington) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard, and Drew Hayes
April 21–23: WonderCon (Oakland, California) — held in conjunction with Pro/Con
May 19: Alternative Press Expo (San Jose, California)
Summer: CAPTION (Oxford Union Society, Oxford, England)
June 23–25: Atlanta Fantasy Fair (Castlegate Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia) — final iteration of this show; official guests include Claudia Christian, Dirk Benedict, Dwight Schultz, Jeff Pittarelli, Don Hillsman II, Wayne Vansant, Joe Phillips
June 23: Small Press Expo (Bethesda, Maryland) — second annual show 
June 30–July 2:  Chicago Comicon (Rosemont Convention Center, Rosemont, Illinois) — 20,000 attendees; guest of honor: Peter David; special guests: Sal Buscema, Roy Thomas, John Romita Sr., Chris Claremont, Jim Shooter, and Julius Schwartz
July: Heroes Convention (Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina) — special guest: Todd McFarlane
July 1: Spirits of Independence (Manchester, Vermont) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard, and Stephen R. Bissette
July 13–16: Dragon Con/ International Starfleet Conference (Atlanta Hilton & Towers, Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel & Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta, Georgia) — 14,312 attendees; guests of honor: George Alec Effinger, Harlan Ellison, Timothy Zahn, Michael Whelan, and Bjo Trimble
July 27–30: Comic-Con International (San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California) — 34,000 attendees; special guests include Mike Baron, Simon Bisley, Charles Burns, Alan Davis, Ramona Fradon, Neil Gaiman, James Gurney, Greg Hildebrandt, Tim Hildebrandt, Ryoichi Ikegami, Gil Kane, Stan Lee, Irv Novick, Harvey Pekar, Stan Sakai, Joe Sinnott, Tom Sito, Jeff Smith, and Andrew Vachss. Comic-Con officially changes its name to Comic-Con International, and introduces its new "eye" logo designed by Richard Bruning
August 12: Spirits—Chicago Independent Comics Expo (I.C.E.) (Radisson Suites Hotel O'Hare, Rosemont, IL) — guests include Jessica Abel, Stephen R. Bissette, Joe Chiapetta, Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer, Matt Feazell, Troy Hickman, David Lapham, Larry Marder, Mark Oakley, Paul Pope, Alex Robinson, Andrew Robinson, Dave Sim & Gerhard, Jim Valentino, and Joe Zabel
August 11–13: Dallas Fantasy Fair II (Dallas Market Hall Convention Center, Dallas, Texas) — presentation of the  Harvey Awards; keynote speaker and master-of-ceremonies: Jim Starlin; official guests include  Sergio Aragonés, Kurt Busiek, Rob Liefeld, Terry Moore, David W. Mack, Martin Nodell, Julius Schwartz, Mark Schultz, Jeff Smith, William Stout, Chris Ware, Al Williamson, and Jim Woodring
August 12–13: Canadian National Comic Book Exposition, (Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) — c. 1400 attendees; guests include J. Scott Campbell, Kelley Jones, Joe Jusko, Bill Sienkiewicz, Bernie Wrightson, Brian Hotton, Stephen Platt, Ken Lashley, and Ty Templeton
August 25–26: Festival of Cartoon Art ( Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio) — 5th edition; official guests include Garry Trudeau, Jeff MacNelly, Lynn Johnston, Bill Amend, Robb Armstrong, Stephen Bentley, Bruce Beattie, and Bill Griffith 
September 9–10: Great Eastern Conventions New York II (Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City)
September 1: Spirits of Independence (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard, and Don Simpson
October 7–8: Motor City Comic Con II (Dearborn Civic Center)
October 7: Spirits of Independence (Phoenix, Arizona) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard, and James A. Owen
November 4: Spirits of Independence (Kitchener, Ontario) — featuring organizers Dave Sim and Gerhard
November 25–26: Dallas Fantasy Fair III (Harvey Hotel, Irving, Texas) — guests include Julie Newmar  November 25–26: Mid-Ohio Con (Columbus Ohio) — Special guest: Barry Windsor-Smith; other guests: Mark Evanier, Roger Stern, William Messner-Loebs, John Byrne, Sergio Aragonés, Brian Michael Bendis, Martin Egeland, Dick Giordano, David Mack, Joe Pruett, Beau Smith, Jim Shooter, Jeff Smith, and Bernie Wrightson  First issues by title Edit
DC Comics Edit
Power of Shazam Sovereign Seven
Malibu Ultraverse Edit
Marvel Comics Edit
Avengers: The Crossing
Gambit and the X-Ternals
Skrull Kill Crew
X-Calibre X-Men: Omega
Vertigo Comics Edit
Independent Edit References Edit
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