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2003 In Comics

Notable events of 2003 in comics. See also List of years in comics.



Contents

  • Events 1
    • Year overall 1.1
    • January 1.2
    • March 1.3
    • April 1.4
    • May 1.5
    • June 1.6
    • July 1.7
    • October 1.8
    • November 1.9
    • December 1.10
  • Conventions 2
  • First issues by title 3
  • Notes 4

Events

Year overall

  • The AOL name was finally dropped from Time Warner, reverted back to the Time Warner name.

January

March

April

May

June

  • Wolverine vol. 2 is canceled by Marvel with issue #189.
  • June 10 - Manhwa Dragon Hunter begins publication[1]

July

October

November

December

Conventions

First issues by title

Confidential Assassination Troop
Release: by Tong Li Comics. Writer & Artist: Fung Chin Pang
Fluffy
Release: by Jonathan Cape. Writer & Artist: Simone Lia
Opus
Release: November 23 by The Washington Post Company. Writer: Berkeley Breathed Artist: Berkeley Breathed.
xxxHolic
Release: February 24 by Kodansha. Authors: Clamp.

Notes

  1. ^ Anime-and-Manga | Dragon Hunter Vol. 1, Storenvy
  2. ^ "Homegrown artists at Comicon," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (25 April 2003), p. 30.
  3. ^ Press release. "2003 Harvey Awards Banquet Cancelled, Awards Unaffected, Comic Book Resources (Jan. 24, 2003).
  4. ^ Broussard, Meredith. "In Full Color: The 2nd Annual East Coast Black Age Of Comics Convention," Sun Reporter (26 June 2003), p. 4.
  5. ^ a b Allass, Marcia. "Lovely Bristols," Sequential Tart vol. 6, issue #6 (June 2003).
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