2006 in comics

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Notable events of 2006 in comics. See also List of years in comics.

Events[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

  • February 1, 2006:
  • February 2, 2006:
  • February 3, 2006:
  • February 4, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Syrian protestors set fire to Denmark's embassy in Damascus. They were demonstrating against the publication of cartoons defaming Mohammed in a Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten.[56]
  • February 6, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • It is reported that at least four people around the world are dead as a result of violent protests against the cartoons published in late 2005 by Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten[57]
      • The Daily Telegraph seeks to uncover the source of the "extra" three cartoons which were distributed in The Middle East as being actual cartoons published by Jyllands-Posten, when they were in actuality not.[58]
    • Lagardère, a French publishing giant, is to purchase Time Warner Book Group from Time Warner. The division handles the distribution of graphic novels published by DC Comics to bookstores.[59]
    • Salon review Ghost of Hoppers Jaime Hernadez's latest graphic novel.[60]
    • James Cromwell is cast in the role of Captain George Stacy for the upcoming Spider-Man 3 movie.[48]
    • Stan Lee is interviewed by science fiction weekly.[61]
  • February 7, 2006:
  • February 8, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • President Bush issues a statement calling for calm: "I call upon the governments around the world to stop the violence, to be respectful, to protect property, to protect the lives of innocent diplomats who are serving their countries overseas."[65]
      • The Danish embassy in Tehran is stormed.
      • The editorial staff of the New York Press walk out after the publishers of the paper refuse to carry the cartoons at the centre of the controversy.[66]
      • The editor of the Jyllands-Posten, Carsten Juste, rejects suggestions he should resign.[67]
      • Pakistan's Daily Times reveals Danish law should have prevented the publication of the cartoons.[68]
      • The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists issues a statement which expresses support for "the right of free expression by the world's cartoonists."[69]
  • February 9, 2006:
  • February 10, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Flemming Rose, editor of the Jyllands-Posten is told to take a vacation after he commented the paper "would run the cartoons" published by Hamshahri in its contest inviting cartoons satirising the holocaust.[77]
      • Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen agrees with comments made by Condoleezza Rice regarding Syria and Iran, noting they "have taken advantage of the situation because both countries are under international pressure".
      • It is reported at least thirteen people are dead due to protests against the cartoons.[78]
  • February 11, 2006:
  • February 12, 2006:
  • February 13, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen responds to criticism of his country, declaring "Denmark is an open and tolerant society".[46]
      • Anders Fogh Rasmussen has also had talks with a Muslim group called "Democratic Muslims".[83]
      • It is reported that Muslim graves have been desecrated in Denmark.[84]
      • Denmark withdraws official staff from embassies in Syria, Iran, and Indonesia.[85]
      • Art Spiegelman is interviewed to garner his thoughts on the controversy.[86]
      • Iran demands apologies after recent accusations from Condoleezza Rice that it had fermented the controversy.[87]
    • Ted Rall is reportedly considering launching a law suit against Ann Coulter over comments she jokingly alleged that "Iran is soliciting cartoons on the Holocaust. So far, only Ted Rall, Garry Trudeau, and The New York Times have made submissions".[88]
  • February 14, 2006: zoomaphoto.com
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Two security guards are shot dead and police use tear gas on rioting students as protests continue in Pakistan.[89]
      • Belgian Muslim groups have called on the European Union to "act determinedly to prepare a draft law that forbids every kind of blasphemy".[90]
      • A number of Danish websites have reportedly been hacked by protestors.[91]
  • February 15, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Danish politicians have called for an investigation into a Muslim group's actions during a trip to the Middle East. It is alleged the group may have helped ferment the recent protests.[92]
      • Flemming Rose, cultural editor of the Jyllands-Posten has stated that the cartoons were published to "go against this tendency to self-censorship".[93]
      • Carsten Juste, editor of the Jyllands-Posten, states his belief that "Muslims are being given special treatment".[94]
    • Justin Thomas is announced as the winner of a contest to choose the next cartoonist of the strip Unfit.[95]
  • February 16, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Twelve people are reported to have died in Afghanistan after a week of protesting.[96]
      • Three people are reported to have died as protests continue in Pakistan.[97]
    • The Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has lost his claim for compensation. Erdoğan was suing over a number of cartoons which had depicted him as a series of animals.[98]
  • February 17, 2006:
  • February 19, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • 45 people reportedly die after rioting in Nigeria in protest against the cartoons.[102]
      • Security forces in Pakistan disperse a protest against the cartoons.[103]
      • The United States embassy in Jakarta is attacked by protestors.[104]
      • A small group of protesters gather outside the Danish embassy in Tehran.[105]
    • Paul Pope discusses Batman: Year 100 with the Toronto Star.[106]
  • February 20, 2006:
  • February 21, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • A number of Muslims protest against the cartoons in India.[118]
      • Christopher Hitchens, writing for Slate, examines the issue.[119]
      • The Danish Ambassador returns to Jakarta having left in the wake of protests over the cartoons.[120]
      • A second Russian newspaper, the weekly Nash Region closes after having printed a montage of the cartoons.[121]
    • JM Thevenet confirms he has been fired from his position with Festival International de la Bande Dessinee, although he claims he was employed as a consultant.[122][123]
    • The Guardian sketches the history of the political cartoon as a prelude to the opening of The Cartoon Museum in London.[124]
  • February 22, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Corpses are burnt on the streets of Onitsha, Nigeria, as part of an ongoing confrontation between Christians and Muslims regarding the cartoons.[125]
      • Protestors stage a demonstration outside the Danish embassy in Jakarta.[53]
      • The Danish Prime Minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, notes the controversy has become something greater than the initial furor over editorial cartoons, noting "It's about everything else and different agendas in the Muslim world."[68]
      • Danish volunteers and non-government officials are withdrawing from the relief effort aiding those areas of Pakistan hit by the recent earthquake and leaving the country as a result of the Pakistani people's protest against the cartoons.[68]
    • Naushad Waheed, a political cartoonist and artist sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in the Maldives for political unrest, has been freed.[126]
    • iBooks, the publishing company founded by Byron Preiss, files for bankruptcy. Preiss died in June 2005.[127]
  • February 23, 2006:
  • February 24, 2006:
  • February 26, 2006: The New York Comic Con has problems with the size of the crowd attending the convention, having to turn visitors away.[134]
  • The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the recent phenomenon of non-comics writers being approached to write for the medium by the larger comics publishers.[135]
  • February 27, 2006:
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • European Union officials issue a fresh statement on the controversy.[136]
      • It is reported that Denmark are to hold a conference examining the controversy and the publication of the cartoons on March 10.[137]
      • Finnish magazine Kaltio has fired its editor after he published a cartoon commentating on the controversy by Ville Ranta on the magazine's website. The sacking came in the wake of pressure from advertisers. Ranta has also lost work on the strength of the cartoon.[138]
    • Speakeasy Comics announces it is to cease publishing.[48]
  • February 28, 2006:
    • Jeff Danziger is announced as the winner of the Herblock Prize for editorial cartooning, to be awarded on April 18.[139]
    • Aaron McGruder is to take a six-month break from Boondocks.[140]
    • It is reported that at the recent New York Comic Con Dark Horse Comics announced that they are to double their output of manga titles this year.[141]
    • Marvel Comics and Top Cow announce a tie-up which will see artists employed by Top Cow illustrating up to 36 Marvel titles this year.[142]
    • DC Comics are to publish Megatokyo through their imprint CMX. The title had previously been published by Dark Horse Comics.[143]
    • The Oregon Daily Emerald reports on Art Spiegelman's speaking tour date at the University of Oregon.[144]
    • Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy:
      • Nigerian governors condemn the recent riots that have taken place in the country.[145]

March[edit]

April[edit]

May[edit]

June[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Deaths[edit]

January[edit]

  • January 4: Stan Hunt, American cartoonist and columnist, dies at age 76.[413]
  • January 6: Yoshirou Kato, Japanese manga artist (Mappira-kun, Onboro Jinsei, Ore wa Obake dazo, Ojisoma Daimiyô, Geijigeji Tarô Gyôkôki, Motemote Ojisan, Sebiki no Ninja, Benben Monogatari), dies at age 79.[414][415]
  • January 8:
    • Manfred Bofinger, German cartoonist, caricaturist, dies at age 64.[416]
    • Jamic, Belgian animator, illustrator, caricaturist and comics artist (Les Télé-Graphistes), passes away at age 69.[417]
  • January 14: Jacques Faizant, French illustrator, political cartoonist and comics artist (Adam et Eve, Le Chimiste BP), passes away at age 87.[418]
  • January 17: Norman McCabe, American animator and illustrator (Looney Tunes), dies at age 94.[419]
  • January 18: Rose Ellison King, American comics writer (Flo & Friends), dies from cancer.[420]
  • January 22: Albert Morse, American publisher (Morse's Funnies) and lawyer for Robert Crumb and other underground comics artists dies at age 67 from kidney disease.[421]
  • January 30: Seth Fisher, American comics artist (Green Lantern: Willworld), dies at age 33 from a fall from a roof.[422][423][424]

February[edit]

  • February 2:
  • February 4: Myron Waldman, American animator and comics artist (Happy the Humbug, Eve: A Pictorial Love Story), passes away at age 97.[428]
  • February 7: Andrea Bresciani, Slovenian-Italian animator and comics artist (Poldo, Saetta, Tony Falco, Geky Dor, Frontiers of Science), dies at age 83.[429]
  • February 13: Brummett Echohawk, American cartoonist, painter, novelist and actor, dies at age 83.[430]
  • February 17: Giovanni Gandini, Italian comics writer, artist and founder of the magazine Linus, dies at age 76.[431]
  • February 21: Ed Franklin, American political cartoonist, dies at age 84 or 85.[432]

March[edit]

  • March 13: Olimar Kallas, Estonian comics artist (Eksam XXI sajandisse, Ootamatu pärandus), dies at age 75.[433]
  • March 17: Jaime Mainou, Spanish comics artist (Rolf Kauka, Disney comics), dies at age 75 or 76.[434]
  • March 20: Maurice Raymond, Canadian painter and comics artist (made a comic strip adaptation of Adélard Dugré's La Campagne Canadienne), dies at age 93.[435]
  • Specific date unknown: March: Björn Karlström, Swedish comics artist (Jan Winther, Johnny Wiking, En Resa i Människokroppen), passes away at age 84 or 85.[436]

April[edit]

May[edit]

June[edit]

July[edit]

  • July 7: Eduardo Barbosa, Brazilian architect, journalist and comics artist (historical and biographical comics), dies at age 91 or 92.[462]
  • July 14: Tom Frame, British comics letterer (Judge Dredd), dies of cancer at age 74 or 75.
  • July 17: Mickey Spillane, American crime novelist and comics writer, dies at the age of 88. Spillane contributed text pieces to comic books early in his career.[463]
  • July 23: Vernon Grant, American comics artist (The Love Rangers), passes away at age 71.[464]
  • July 27:
    • Carlos Roque, Portuguese comics artist (Malaquias, Angélique, Wladimyr), dies at age 70.[465]
    • W.G. van de Hulst jr., Dutch illustrator, painter and comics artist (In de Soete Suikerbol), dies at age 89.[466]

August[edit]

September[edit]

  • September 5: John McLusky, British comics artist (the James Bond comic series for the Daily Express), dies at the age of 83.[468]
  • September 12: Nato, Chilean comics artist (Cachupín, Ponchito, continued Toribio, el Náufrago), dies at age 85.[469]
  • September 14: Myron Fass, American comics publisher, writer and artist (Tales of Terror) dies at age 80.[470]
  • September 18: Johnn Bakker, Dutch comics artist (Blook, Dan Teal, the Suske en Wiske parody De Keizerkraker), passes away at age 59.[471]
  • September 20: Ernie Schroeder, American comics artist (Heap) dies at age 90.[472]
  • September 22: Liao Bing-xiong, Chinese comics artist (Spring and Autumn in Cat Kingdom), dies at age 90 or 91.[473]

October[edit]

  • October 3: Terry Aspin, British comics artist (made comics for girl comics magazines like Jinty, Bunty, Debbie and Mandy), dies at age 90.[474]
  • October 13: Hilda Terry, American comics artist (Teena), dies at age 92.[475]
  • October 18: Don R. Christensen, American animator, comics artist and writer (Disney comics, Looney Tunes comics, Walter Lantz comics Hanna-Barbera comics), dies at age 90.[476]
  • October 20: Ab'Aigre, aka Pascal Habegger, Swiss illustrator and comics artist (Le Chaman, Nombre, Blues), dies at age 47.[477]
  • October 20: R.K. Sloane, American underground comics artist (Ric Sloane Comics, Rat Fink Comics), passes away at age 56.[478]
  • October 21: Paul Biegel, Dutch novelist, journalist and comics writer (wrote for Kappie), dies at age 81.
  • October 24: Dino Leonetti, Italian comics artist (Maghella), passes away at age 69.[479]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Specific date unknown[edit]

  • Ivica Koljanin, Serbian comics artist (Nesalomljivi, Trifun), passes away at age 71 or 72.[495]
  • Bennie Nobori, American animator and comics artist (Yankee Reporter), dies at an unknown age.[496]
  • Patrick Van Lierde, Belgian comics artist (continued Bessy), dies at age 59 or 60.[497]

Exhibitions and shows[edit]

Conventions[edit]

First issues by title[edit]

Blue Space
Release: by Glénat. Writer: Richard Marazano Artist: Chris Lamquet
Captain Cutaneum
Writer: Ruskin R Lines, III
Captain Nemo
Release: March 1 by Seven Seas Entertainment. Writer: Jason DeAngelis Artist: Aldin Viray
Cobb: Off the Leash
Release: May by IDW Publishing. Writer: Beau Smith Artist: Eduardo Barreto
Damnation Crusade (6-issue mini-series)
Release: December by Boom! Studios. Writers: Dan Abnett and Ian Edginton. Art by: Lui Antonio and JM Ringuet.
Jimbo's Inferno
Release: April 2006. Writer/Artist: Gary Panter
A Kiss for my Prince
Release: by Infinity Studios. Writer/Artist: Kim Hee-eun
Meltdown
Release: December 2006. Writer:David Schwartz Artist: Sean Wang
Star Wars: Legacy
Release: Issue 0 June. Writers: John Ostrander and Jan Duursema Art by: Jan Duursema
The Trials of Shazam!
Release: October 2006. Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Howard Porter
Zombies! Eclipse of the Undead
Release: September by IDW Publishing

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