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2007 In Comics

Notable events of 2007 in comics. See also List of years in comics.



Events

January

February

March

May

July

August

September

October

November

December

  • December 11:

Deaths

January

February

March

April

May

August

September

  • September 12: Phil Frank, creator of the comic strip Farley, dies at age 64 from a brain tumor.

November

December

Exhibitions and shows

  • May–June: Other Heroes: African-American Comics, Creators, Characters, and Archetypes (Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi) — curated by John Jennings and Damien Duffy[2]

Conventions

First issues by title

Alice in Sunderland (graphic novel)
Release: April 5. Writer: Bryan Talbot. Artist: Bryan Talbot.
Arkin Comics
Release: by Arkin Ventures Pvt. Ltd.. Editor: Shamik Dasgupta.
Banimon
Release: by Rocket North Press. Writer and Artist: Boris Savic.
BeanoMAX
Release: First issue was dated the first of March 2007, this comic was a monthly spinoff of the British comic The Beano.
Kartun Benny & Mice: Jakarta Luar Dalem
Release 2005. Writer: Benny Rachmadi Artist: Muhammad "Mice" Misrad
Forge of War (6-issue mini-series)
Release: May by Boom! Studios. Writers: Dan Abnett and Ian Edginton. Artist: Rahsan Ekedal.
Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash (6-issue mini-series)
Release: November by Wildstorm, Dynamite Entertainment. Writer: James Kuhoric Artist: Jason Craig
Kamisama Dolls
Release: January by Shogakukan (Monthly Sunday Gene-X). Author: Hajime Yamamura
Last Blood
Release: May by Blatant Comics. Writer: Bobby Crosby Artist: Owen Gieni
March Comes in Like a Lion
Release: by Hakusensha (Young Animal). Author: Chica Umino
Northlanders
Release: December 5 by Vertigo. Writers: Brian Wood. Art by: Davide Gianfelice
Omega the Unknown
Release: Early 2006 by Marvel Comics. Writer: Jonathan Lethem. Art by: Farel Dalrymple and colorist Paul Hornschemeier.
Superman & Batman vs. Aliens & Predator (2-issue mini-series)
Release: January 10 by DC Comics. Writer: Mark Schultz .Art by: Ariel Olivetti.
Ward of the State
Release: May by Shadowline. Writer: Christopher Long Artist: Chee

Renamed titles

Dandy Xtreme
Release: The Dandy became the Dandy Xtreme in issue 3426 dated the 2 August 2007.

References

  1. ^ "Past Seasons". Folger Shakespeare Library. Archived from the original on 2009-09-16. Retrieved 2009-09-12. 
  2. ^ Hanrahan, Kathy. " "Exhibit explores racial images in comic books," Deseret News (4 May 2007), p. C01.
  3. ^ Machosky, Michael. "Artists, writers, fans unite for 3 days of comics culture," Pittsburgh Tribune (26 Apr 2007).
  4. ^ Maida, Jerome. "They're drawn to Philly: East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention meets here this weekend," Philadelphia Daily News (18 May 2007), p. 53.
  5. ^ Frankenhoff, Brent. "Motor City Comic Con 2007: A quick travelogue," CBGXtra.com (May 18, 2007).
  6. ^ Price, Matthew. "Word Ballons: Wizard World brings comic book convention to the Southwest," The Oklahoman (09 Nov 2007).
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