DC Crisis Variant Sublimated T-Shirt
$39.99 (Various sizes)
The 100% polyester DC Crisis Variant Sublimated T-Shirt should evoke rather fond memories for you. A time when DC Comics
had like a billion different contradictory plot-lines and characters
from different dimensions that are slightly different but not quite.
'Hey, this guy spells his name with a lower case 'l'! Weird!' sorta
thing, ya know? The DC Crisis Variant Sublimated T-Shirt is printed
right up to the edge and completely around and has the likes of (a)
Superman, Firestorm, GeoForce, Obsidian, Ultraman(the evil Superman),
and many others from the collapsing universes. Superboy Ret-Con punch
Each t-shirt is printed with a belt technique, which causes minor imperfections but make each one wholly unique!
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- - Color: Black
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- - Style Attributes: Image, Retro, Front/Back Print, Sublimation/All-Over Print
With the advent of digital printing and drawing, he’s now able to
pack as much detail into his pages as possible, without losing it all to
inferior reproduction. And don’t forget, due to ongoing medical issues
related to his vision, we’re talking about someone who is technically
very proud of the fact that people who have seen the first issue can’t
believe it’s been drawn by a visually impaired man. I take great pride
in that but that’s because I’ve added digital drawing to my arsenal of
weaponry. I had to find another way of being able to still do George
Perez style work even though George Perez’s body is rebelling against
him at every turn.”
Fanboy Comics Interviews George Perez on ‘Sirens’ (Part 1)
Written by Jason Enright, Fanboy Comics Senior Contributor
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 16:15
Q: How did SIRENS come about?
Well, it was one of those things that was almost on the fly.They
[BOOM!] asked if I had any ideas, and I really wanted to do a series
that was female-centric and do basically a George Pérez book for
everything that George Pérez is known for: team books, as many different
locales as I could come up with, and female characters -- most have
very fond memories of my doing Wonder Woman
plus the female characters on the [Teen] Titans
. And, of course, I was also inspired a bit by Doctor Who
for all of the time travel stuff. Basically, I wanted to treat it as
the George Pérez series to end all George Pérez series, and I want to
put everything in. By doing time travel, I was able to do as many genres
in one book as I could do. Westerns, there's a section in Feudal Japan,
there's obviously stuff in the far, far future. Basically, anything
that would challenge me as an artist. I wanted George Pérez, the artist,
to curse George Pérez, the writer, as many times as possible! Whenever I
work with a writer, if I curse his name while reading the plot, I know
I'll be a better artist when I finish the book. It challenges me, that's
why I'm trying to do it myself.Fanboy Comics Interviews George Perez on ‘Sirens’ (Part 2)
Written by Jason Enright, Fanboy Comics Senior Contributor Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:56
Can you pitch Sirens in 5 words or less?
GEORGE PEREZ: Counting on my fingers . . . Futuristic super babes with guns
Like many of you, I went out to the local comic book store to get the first issue of SIRENS. Yes, just the one cover. I would have been tempted to pay the extra cash to get one of the incentive covers or the alternate cover, but this is the only version they carried.
As much as I love George Perez's work, the first issue is very dense, in terms of both story (dialogue) and artwork. It was very hard to get through.
For the first issue, it took place in several different location (and at different time period).... and the first issue is just basically a setup issue. Nothing really happens, only that nine (or eleven?) women comes together at the end to meet their nemesis.
I got the impression that all the characters are from different time period and different locations, because George wanted to draw them. I love the west and wouldn't have minded spending a few more pages in that period.
I'm not entirely sure how it's all going to fit in six issues, but given George's track record, you may have to wait over a year to get the answer. By that time, the collected hardbound oversized leather edition in ten different variant covers will already be out from Boom Studios... and knowing me, I would buy it all over again.
George Perez's Sirens #1 is available in comic shops (and digital) now.
"Star Trek/Planet of the Apes," Garbage Pail Kids Bring Holiday Cheer in IDW's December Solicits
has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in December 2014.
Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1 (of 5)—GEM OF THE MONTH
Scott Tipton, David Tipton (w) • Rachael Stott (a) • Stott, Juan Ortiz (c)
the crossover nobody ever expected! STAR TREK: The hope for the best of
mankind's future! PLANET OF THE APES: A chilling look at the fall of
humanity! How could these worlds possibly collide? What could possibly
cause Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise to side with Dr. Zaius
to protect Ape City? And what does Colonel George Taylor have to say
about it? It's a madhouse! A madhouse!!
FC • pages • $3.99
Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1 (of 5)—Subscription Variant
Scott Tipton, David Tipton (w) • Rachael Stott (a) • George Perez (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
MStars: How did the concept come about?
George Pérez: It was on the fly. When I was coming
over to BOOM!, they asked if I had any ideas; so I was making it up as I
went along. I really wanted to do a series, which was female centric. I
tried to do basically a "George Pérez series" that had everything
'"George Pérez" was known for. That included teen books, locales that I
could come up with, and female characters, which brought up fond
memories of Wonder Woman and the Titans.
Of course, I was inspired a bit by Doctor Who
and all the
time-travel stuff. I utilized that as well. I wanted to put everything
in it. By doing time-travel, I was able to put many genres into one
book. Westerns, feudal Japan, and anything that could challenge me as an
artist. I wanted "George Pérez The Artist" cursing "George Pérez The
Writer" as many times as possible. [Laughs]
[ Read more George Pérez Talks 'George Pérez's Sirens,' Working On Deathstroke, Wonder Woman, & BOOM! Studios [MStars Exclusive Interview]
George Perez writes:
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 12:58pm
UPDATE on my Winnetka book signing tonight: I just received a text from my dear friend (and the model for the Siren Kage) Akira Lane who, unfortunately, woke up this morning with an eye infection and total loss of her voice. Not wanting to chance getting anyone else sick, she's had to bow out of the book signing tonight. While I will miss her terribly, all I want is for her to get better as soon as possible. I love you, my beautiful Gemini Twin ! (Akira and I share the same birthday )
I was wondering if Mr. Perez will be doing any comic shows around Missouri in the near future? If not is there any way I could mail him a couple of items to get signed. I would love to get a picture of him with the items. I would be more then happy to pay for this to happen. I have recently became a huge fan and even went out and bought his 30th Anniversary Avengers Poster. I would love to get this center piece signed to display in my home. Thank you for the info.
George Pérez sounds the 'Sirens' with new series
Brian Truitt, USA TODAY 11:29 a.m. EDT September 14, 2014
More than 40 years of writing and drawing comic books has won George Pérez a slew of fans and countless compliments.
One of the greatest came when he was doing Wonder Woman,
which he worked on for five years beginning in 1987. He met a female
reader new to comics who enjoyed a recent story of his but expressed
surprise that it had actually been written by a man.
Back then, he only had one wondrous woman to focus on — now he has nine.
a new six-issue Boom! Studios series launching Wednesday, marks his
first original comic in more than a decade. It also has all the Pérez
hallmarks: big-time adventure, an epic cosmic landscape and a group of
great female characters.
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
LEGENDS OF COMICS: 1001 TALES
Sienkiewicz, George Perez, Mike Grell & Herb Trimpe have told well
over 1001 tales between them redefining the comic form along the way.
From recreating universes, updating classic characters and creating new
mythos, these men have made comics their creative playground. A Q & A
with four of the comics most influential artists.