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Notable events of 2015 in comics. See also List of years in comics.



This is a list of comics-related events in 2015. It includes any relevant comics-related events, deaths of notable comics-related people, conventions and first issues by title. For an overview of the year in Japanese comics, see 2015 in manga.

Events

January

  • January 7: Charlie Hebdo shooting: In Paris terrorists invade the office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and murder 12 people, injuring 11. They acted out of constant ridicule of the Prophet Muhammad in the magazine's pages. Among the cartoonists murdered that morning are Cabu, Charb, Philippe Honoré, Tignous and Georges Wolinski. The tragedy brings about a huge rally of national unity under the name Je suis Charlie. Two days later the assassins are shot by the police.

March

April

  • April 1: Taylor Robins' webcomic Never Satisfied makes its debut.
  • April 20: The 533th issue of Mad Magazine is guest-edited by Weird Al Yankovic and Patton Oswalt.[7][8][9]

May

  • May 3: The final episode of the long-running comic panel Grin and Bear It, originally created by George Lichty, is published.[10]

June

  • June 20: The First chapter of the long-awaited sequel to the Dragon Ball series Dragon Ball Super is published.

November

  • November 13: In Paris terrorist attacks take place at the Bataclan concert hall. One of the people to witness this tragic events at the theater is cartoonist Fred Dewilde, who will adapt the experience into the graphic novel Mon Bataclan one year later.[11]
  • November 22: The final episode of the long-running comics series Apartment 3-G, originally created by Nicholas P. Dallis and Alex Kotzky, is published.[12]

Deaths

January

  • January 7: Charlie Hebdo shooting:
    • Charb (Stéphane Charbonnier), French cartoonist and editor-in-chief, killed at age 47.[13][14]
    • Cabu (Jean Cabut), French cartoonist (Le Grand Duduche), killed at age 76.[15][16]
    • Philippe Honoré, French cartoonist, killed at age 73.[17]
    • Tignous (Bernard Verlhac), French cartoonist, killed at age 57.[18][19]
    • Georges Wolinski, French cartoonist (Paulette), killed at age 80.[20][21]
  • January 13:
    • Ulli Bürer, Dutch comics artist and illustrator (Six Inch Stiletto's), dies at age 49.[22]
    • José Luis Moro, Spanish animator and comics artist (Hazañas del ratoncito Lepi, Roechapas, El Abuelo Jonás, Tip y Top), dies at age 88. [23]
  • January 20: Peter Pontiac, Dutch underground comics artist, illustrator and letterer (The Amsterdam Connection, Kraut), dies at age 63 after a lengthy battle with liver disease[24][25]
  • January 26: R. K. Laxman, Indian comics artist (The Common Man, You Said It), dies at age 93.[26]

February

  • February 3: Géri, Belgian comics artist (Skblllz, Mr. Magellan), passes away at age 80.[27]
  • February 4: Roland Garel, French comics artist (Galax, Les 4 As, Jack et Minuit, Chère Pauline, Les Pionniers de l'Impossible), dies at age 84 or 85.[28]
  • February 4: Dick Millington, British comics artist (Mighty Moth, I Don't Believe It) and writer (The Telegoons, Barney Bear), dies at age 81.[29]
  • February 6: Jacques Kamb, French comics writer (Teddy Ted) and artist (Le Mousquetaire Pardaran, Zor et Mlouf, Couik, Zup, Dicentim), passes away at age 81.[30]
  • February 7: Ugurcan Yüce, Turkish painter, illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 68.[31]
  • February 16: Brett Ewins, British comic book artist (worked for the magazines 2000 AD and Deadline magazine), dies at age 59[32][33]
  • February 19: Talus Taylor, French novelist (co-creator of Barbapapa), dies at the age of 82.[34]
  • February 20: Gérard Calvi, French composer (composed music for the Astérix animated feature films), dies at age 92.[35]

March

  • March 7: Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Japanese manga artist (Black Blizzard), credited with starting the gekiga style of alternative comics in Japan, dies from lung cancer at age 79.[36][37]
  • March 8: Göte Göransson, Swedish comics artist (Texas Jim, Tiger Lasse, comics based on Biggles), dies at age 94.[38]
  • March 9: Lou Silverstone, American TV and comics writer (Mad Magazine, Cracked), dies at age 90.[39]
  • March 13: Irwin Hasen, American comics artist (Dondi), dies at age 96.[40][41]
  • March 18: Roy Doty, American comics artist (Wordless Workshop), dies at age 92.[42]
  • March 20: Jim Berry, American comics artist (Berry's World, Benjy), dies at age 83.[43]
  • March 22: Tom Koch, American comics writer (Mad Magazine), passes away at age 89.[44]
  • March 30: Roger Slifer, American comics writer (The Omega Men and co-creator of Lobo), dies at age 60 from the effects of a 2012 hit-and-run accident.[45]

April

May

June

  • June 19: Earl Norem, American magazine and comics illustrator known for his painted covers for Marvel Comics, dies at age 92.[53]
  • June 25: Fred Marcus, Dutch comics artist and illustrator (Het G.P.-mannetje, Joris en Jopie, Uit Het Barre Leven van Barend Buskruit, Bengeltje), dies at age 91 or 92. [54]
  • June 26: Kája Saudek, Czech comics artist (Muriel a andělé, Muriel a oranžová smrt , Lips Tullian), passes away at age 80.[55]
  • June 30:

July

August

September

  • September 26: Liliane Funcken, Belgian comics artist and writer (Le Chevalier Blanc, Harald le Viking, Jack Diamond, Lieutenant Burton, Capitan and Doc Silver), passes away at 88.[69]

October

November

  • November 8: Félix Arburola Bustos, Costa Rican comics artist and children's book illustrator (Tricolín), passes away at age 77 or 78 from lymphatic cancer.[76]
  • November 16: Ingvar Persson, Swedish comics artist (Frid och Fröjd, continued Agust och Lotta), passes away at age 85.[77]
  • November 17: Henri Arnold, American comics artist (Bibs 'n' Tucker, This Man's Army, Meet Mr. Luckey), dies at age 91.[78]
  • November 30: Shigeru Mizuki, Japanese manga artist (GeGeGe no Kitarō), dies at age 93.[79][80]

December

  • December 11: Zyx, Canadian cartoonist and comics artist (Sombre Vilain), dies at age 65.[81]
  • December 12: Luis Bermejo, Spanish comics artist and illustrator (Apache, continued Heros the Spartan and Johnny Future), dies at age 84.[82]

Specific date unknown

  • The Pizz (Stephen Pizzurro), American painter and comics artist (Rat Fink Comix), dies at age 56 or 57.[83]

Exhibitions

  • May 14 – September 21: The Type Directors Club (New York City) — "The Super Type of Ira Schnapp", curated by Arlen Schumer[84]

Conventions

First issues by title

Accelerators: Momentum
Release: May 20 by Blue Juice Comics. Writer: R. F. I. Porto Artist: Gavin Smith
Arcadia
Release: May 6 by Boom! Studios. Writer: Alex Paknadel Artist: Eric Scott Pfeiffer
Archie vs. Predator
Release: March 25 by Archie Comics with Dark Horse Comics. Writer: Alex de Campi Artist: Fernando Ruiz
Convergence
Release: April 1 by DC Comics. Writer: Jeff F. King Artists: Ethan Van Sciver, Jason Paz, & Carlo Pagulayan
The Grievous Journey of Ichabod Azrael (and the Dead Left in His Wake)
Release: February 25 by Rebellion Developments/2000AD. Writer: Rob Williams Artist: Dom Reardon
Harrow County
Release: May by Dark Horse. Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Tyler Crook
Hellbreak
Release: by Oni Press. Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Brian Churilla
Invader Zim
Release: July 8 by Oni Press. Writers: Jhonen Vasquez & Eric Trueheart Artist: Aaron Alexovich, Dave Crosland & Warren Wucunich
Invisible Republic
Release: March 18 by Image Comics. Writers: Corrina Bechko & Gabriel Hardman Artist: Gabriel Hardman
James Bond 007
Release: November by Dynamite Entertainment. Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Jason Masters
King Tiger
Release: August 12 by Dark Horse Comics. Writer: Randy Stradley Artist: Doug Wheatley
Metal Locus
Release: April 22 by Cosmic Times. Writer: Stephan Nilson Artist: Larry Watts
Pastaways
Release: March 25 by Dark Horse Comics. Writer: Matt Kindt Artist: Scott Kolins
Pisces
Release: April 29 by Image Comics. Writer: Kurtis J. Wiebe Artist: Johnnie Christmas
Postal
Release: February 4 by Top Cow. Writer: Matt Hawkins Artist: Bryan Hill
Resident Alien: The Sam Hain Mystery
Release: April by Dark Horse. Writer: Peter Hogan Artist: Steve Parkhouse
Reyn
Release: January 21 by Image Comics. Writer: Kel Symons Artist: Nathan Stockman
Secret Wars
Release: May 6 by Marvel Comics. Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Esad Ribic
Sons of the devil
Release: May by Image Comics. Writer: Brian Buccellato Artist: Toni Infante
Star Wars
Release: January 14 by Marvel Comics. Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: John Cassaday
Surface Tension
Release: May 27 by Titan Comics. Writer and Artist: Jay Gunn
Tokyo Ghost
Release: September 16 by Image Comics. Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Sean Murphy
The Violent
Release: December by Image Comics. Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Adam Gorham

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