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  • George Perez is basically retired, suffers from tendinitis on his drawing hands and undergoing ongoing vision treatments for his left eye.
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Marv Wolfman on 1.21 Geekawatts Episode #34

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Marv Wolfman is on 1.21 Geekawatts Episode #34. He does not get introduced until the 27 minute mark. The interview was originally recorded from July 2018 at Garden State Comic Fest.

Comic book writer and legend Marv Wolfman discusses his work on Teen Titans, Crisis on Infinite Earths, and more! And Kevin Hines joins me to say good-bye to the man who helped build Marvel Comics and the comic book industry itself, Stan Lee. All in the powerful 34th episode of 1.21 Geekawatts!

JLA #192 Original Art

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DC Comics
George Perez Justice League of America #192 Cover Original Art (DC, 1981).

This cover spotlights the "Quest for Genesis" story that begins the true (and secret) origin of the Silver Age Red Tornado. This was an early DC cover for Perez, who was already a fan-favorite from his time on Marvel's Avengers. His first DC work was on a Firestorm story less than a year previous to this in Flash #289. Red Tornado (II) was an android from Earth-2 who came to Earth-1 and joined the JLA. Featuring almost all of the JLA heavy hitters... Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Aquaman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Firestorm, this cover is power-packed! Created in ink and white paint over graphite on DC Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, DC bullet, header info, UPC box, and cover blurbs are all stat paste-ups. Signed in the original art by Perez just under the chair (it looks like the chair's shadow), and again in the lower margin. Most of the paste-ups are discolored and there is a bit of glue residue on the Flash's arm. Overall in Very Good condition.

8 Awesome Latinx Marvel Comics Characters

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1) Hector Ayala (White Tiger; El Tigre Blanco), 1975

The first superhero of Latinx descent in Marvel’s history, Hector Ayala (aka White Tiger), appeared in the mid-’70s in Deadly Hands of Kungfu issue #19. Created by George Perez and Bill Mantlo, Ayala was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and attended Empire State University in New York (where Peter Parker went!). As a student, he discovered the tiger amulets thrown out by the Sons of the Tigers, who were three martial arts students. His strength increased and he gained superhuman fighting skills when he wore all three amulets at the same time. As a superhero, Ayala fought alongside Spider-Man and Daredevil. Although he was eventually killed off, members of his family assumed the role of the next White Tiger.

Interview with LaMonica Garrett on Entertainment Weekly

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“I knew the significance and his place in DC mythology, and I know what his name does when fans hear it,” Garrett, a comics fan himself, tells EW. “When you say, ‘the Monitor is in this crossover,’ people’s ears perk up because they automatically think of the Anti-Monitor [and] Psycho-Pirate.”

Superman Reimagined by George Perez (1985)

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Superman Reimagined Illustration Original Art (1985).

A super-fan named Mike started a sketch collection of artists' takes on a completely re-designed Superman. This Pérez version is more Cosmic than DC's standard "Last Son of Krypton", and we kind of like it! Pure graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 16". The image area has toned from being sunstruck in a previous frame/mat. There are finger smudges in the side margins. Signed and dated 3-18-85 in the image area. In Very Good condition.

Starfire and Raven Bishoujo to get Second Edition in 2019

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From Vu

Both Starfire and Raven Bishoujo Statues from Kotobukiya are being re-released in April and May 2019, respectively. The "Second Edition" will feature some paint changes. In the case of Starfire, she'll have a new metallic purple, while Raven's blue will be a darker shade. Otherwise, the statue remains the same.

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名称: DC COMICS美少女 星火 2次色版本
作品: DC英雄 少年泰坦
原型师: ホガリー(ジェットストリーム)
类型: 美系
玩具比例: 1/7
材质: PVC
尺寸: 全高約215mm
品牌: 寿屋
系列: DC美少女
版本: 普通版
发售日: 2019年 04月
价格: 8,000円(税抜)
年龄: 15岁

渡鸦(Raven)是美国DC漫画旗下超级英雄,初次登场于《DC Comics Presents》第26期(1980年10月)新少年泰坦(New Teen Titans)V1的特别预热篇,由作家MarvWolfman以及画师George Perez联合创造。又名乌鸦,在新52重启之前的经历可以基本由她的3次生命来区分。第一次生命中乌鸦在另一个维度阿查拉斯(Azarath)中度过,接受魔法的训练和教育,之后来到地球组建了新少年泰坦对抗三宫魔(Trigon)(超维度的恶魔,乌鸦的老爸)第二次生命只有短短一年多,换装为白袍;第三次生命乌鸦复活为更加年轻的女子高中生(更加接近正统的魔法少女设定)

George Perez painted History of the DC Universe #1 Page 2

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DC Comics
George Perez History of the DC Universe #1 Page 2 Harbinger Painted Original Art (DC, 1986). After Marv Wolfman and George Perez created the game-changing Crisis on Infinite Earths 12-page maxi-series, DC decided to produce a history of their new retrofitted universe. They again used writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez. From the first issue of this 2-issue tome, we have a page of Perez' own pencils, which he has very skillfully painted in gouache after the book was published. (Published color work was by Tom Ziuko.) This page features Harbinger and the image area on the Bristol board measures 11.75" x 17.75". Signed by Perez in the lower blank area of the image. In Excellent condition.

New chapters of Shonen Jump will be free

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From Vu

I didn't realize how much piracy has hurt the manga publishers. To stay competitive, VIZ Media's Hisashi SASAKI has announced that new chapters of Shonen Jump will be give out for free (starting Dec 17). They would rather people get it directly from the source.

Personally speaking, I am a paid annual subscriber. I got in for only $20 a year, which is more than a fair price (you also get two Yu-Gi-Oh! mailed to you). Now, if you decide to support them, you gain access to "almost everything" that Viz published as Shonen Jump.

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Daybreak Studios has laid off 70 people

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From Vu

DC UNIVERSE ONLINE (Game) (11 Jan 2011)
Daybreak Studios
Daybreak Studios, the developers behind DC Universe Online, laid off 70 people recently.


George Perez Website turns 20

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From Vu

It's been a long road, but is still around. Yes, I still George Perez's art, and, yes, I still collect comic books. I wouldn't be doing this, unless my heart's in it. And thank you to my supporters over the years: George, Ilke, Tony, Marcus, Andy, Doug, and too many to mention. You guys know who you are.

Brief timeline:
  • December 9, 1998 - Version 1. George Perez Fansite started appearing on the web.
  • May 6, 2000 - Version 2. Also, added counter (set to zero)
  • October 27, 2006 - Version 3.0
  • Jul 12, 2008 3:56 PM - Version 4 (current version)
  • December 9, 2018 - 20th Anniversary

Ilke writes:

Congratulations on your George Pérez website turning 20 today! Time flies.


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