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1992 and Angoulême
* 1992: Humour Award and Youth Award ( 9-12 years ) at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, France
* 1992: Special mention by the jury, with Pierre Christin, Prix Jeunesse 9-12 ans ( Youth Prize 9-12 years ), at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, for Les Habitants du Ciel, an encyclopaedia of the alien creatures that have appeared in the Valérian seties.

1992 and International
* 1992 – Russia and 12 other former Soviet republics become members of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Regarding economic assistance, official donors had pledged $ 880 million at the Ministerial Conference on the Rehabilitation of Cambodia ( MCRRC ) in Tokyo in June 1992, to which pledges of $ 119 million were added in September 1993 at the meeting of the International Committee on the Reconstruction of Cambodia ( ICORC ) in Paris, and $ 643 million at the March 1994 ICORC meeting in Tokyo.
Between 1984 and 1992, service members went regularly to the United States on the International Military Education Training program, after which funding for this program for Equatorial Guinea ceased.
* 1992: PEN International accepts an Esperanto section.
The National Tremor Foundation ( NTF ), founded in 1992, is a British friendly organisation based in Essex, England, an affiliate of the International Tremor Foundation, which was founded in 1988.
" Hayek, Friedrich A von ( 1899 – 1992 )," International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, pp. 6482 – 6486.
Amnesty International estimated that at least 184 people were " disappeared " during from 1980 to 1992 in Honduras, most likely by the Honduran military.
Connick was arrested by the Port Authority Police in 1992 and charged with having a 9mm pistol in his possession at JFK International Airport.
He earned an international call up for the 1992 World Cup, making his One Day International debut against Australia at Sydney.
The ILO ’ s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour ( IPEC ) was created in 1992 with the overall goal of the progressive elimination of child labour, which was to be achieved through strengthening the capacity of countries to deal with the problem and promoting a worldwide movement to combat child labour.
In 1992, Polgár tied for second behind Anatoly Karpov at the Madrid International in Linares.
In 1992, he was invited to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the United Nations ' International Conference on Environment and Development, and then he became a regular consultant for the UN and the World Bank.
International and local observers reported the 2002 elections to be generally more fair and less violent than those of both 1992 and 1997.
The International Kickboxing Federation ( IKF ) was founded in 1992.
The Lomographic Society International was subsequently founded in 1992.
The treaty was the result of the leadership of the Government of Canada working with the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, launched in 1992.
In 1992 a Draft Code of Conduct for Transnational Corporations was proposed at the Rio Earth Summit by the UN Centre for Transnational Corporations ( UNCTC ), but the Business Council for Sustainable Development ( BCSD ) together with the International Chamber of Commerce ( ICC ) argued successfully for self-regulation instead.
Since his debut in 1992, Muralitharan has taken 800 Test wickets and over 500 One Day International wickets, becoming the first player to take 1, 000 wickets combined in the two main forms of international cricket.
* 1992 – 1998, Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong
However, at the end of the 1980s, the idea became acceptable, and in 1992 the International Union of Crystallography altered its definition of a crystal, broadening it as a result of Shechtman ’ s findings, reducing it to the ability to produce a clear-cut diffraction pattern and acknowledging the possibility of the ordering to be either periodic or aperiodic.
* APS International Prize for New Materials, 1992 ( Joint with R. F. Curl & H. W. Kroto )
In 1992, a maritime boundary dispute with Canada over the delineation of the Exclusive Economic Zone belonging to France was settled by the International Court of Arbitration.
In 1992 Swiss voters approved membership in the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, but later that year rejected the European Economic Area agreement, which the government viewed as a first step toward European Union membership.
Endeavour was delivered by Rockwell International Space Transportation Systems Division in May 1991 and first launched a year later, in May 1992, on STS-49.

1992 and Comics
This fact was one of the main inspirations for the 1980s reboot of the Clark Kent half of the Superman character, according to writer and artist John Byrne in the article " Super-Discussions " published by Attic Books in Comics Values Monthly Special # 2 ( 1992 ).
* Green Lantern: Ganthet's Tale ( 1992, DC Comics, ISBN 1-56389-026-7 ) ( with John Byrne )
The character also had two stories in the anthology series Marvel Comics Presents ( including one by Moench that ran in the series ' first eight issues in 1988 ), and co-starred in the Moon Knight Special ( 1992 ).
Adventure Comics ( a division of Malibu Comics ) released three issues in 1992 of a comic based on Space Quest I under the name The Adventures of Roger Wilco.
" Works such as Dark Horse Comics ' Dark Empire series ( 1991 – 1992 ) describe Fett escaping from the sarlacc.
* Terror Inc., a 1992 Marvel Comics series
After being ousted from Valiant in 1992, in early 1993 Shooter, together with several of his loyalist co-workers, went on to found Defiant Comics.
* The Jetsons # 1 – 5 ( Harvey Comics, September 1992 – November 1993 ); Big Book # 1 – 3, Giant Size # 1 – 3
Action Comics # 684 was part of " The Death of Superman " storyline which won the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for " Favorite Comic Book Story " for 1992.
In 1992, he helped form Image Comics, pulling the occult anti-hero character Spawn from his high school portfolio and updating him for the 1990s.
* In 1992, Marvel Comics released several future-based comic book series as part of its Marvel 2099 line.
* From April 1991-February 1992, Marvel Comics published The Toxic Avenger comic.
William Maxwell Gaines ( March 1, 1922 – June 3, 1992 ), better known as Bill Gaines, was an American publisher and co-editor of EC Comics.
The series was mildly successful and spawned six episode novelisations by John Peel writing as John Vincent, a 12-issue comic book series by Marvel Comics published in 1992, as well as a video game developed by Eurocom for the NES and Gray Matter for the SNES in 1991.
Also released in 1992, The Comics Journal Interview CD ( Fantagraphics, 2002 ): Contains 15-20 minute audio excerpts with five of the most influential cartoonists in the American comics industry: Charles Schulz, Jack Kirby, Walt Kelly ( interviewed by Gil Kane in 1969 ) and R. Crumb.
X-Men was Marvel Comics ' second attempt at an animated X-Men TV series after the pilot X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men was not picked up — though it was broadcast multiple times between 1989 and 1992.
WildStorm began in 1992 after a number of artists and creators working in the comic-book industry came together to form Image Comics.
WildStorm became one of the founding studios that joined together in 1992 to form Image Comics.
In 1992 after The Death of Superman, DC Comics introduced the character Steel as a man who was inspired by the legend of John Henry.
The story " Royal Blood " told in John Constantine Hellblazer ( 1992, DC Comics ) mentions Jack the Ripper being Sir William Gull possessed by a demon called Calibraxis.
From 1989 to 1991, DC Comics published a comic series based on the TV series Superboy ( 1988 – 1992 ) about a college-age Superboy.

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