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Marvel vs. DC art Jam

posted Oct 27, 2014, 8:11 PM by Vu Nguyen
a Marvel vs. DC Jam Commission:
Spider-Man by Mark Bagley.
Black Canary by J. Scott Campbell.
Batman by Jim Lee.
Green Lantern by David Finch.
Hawkeye by Carlos Pacheco.
Captain America by Steve Epting.
Superman by George Perez.
Wolverine by Marc Silvestri.
Wonder Woman by Mark Brooks.
Aquaman by Ivan Reis.
Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) by Mike Deodato, Jr.
Green Arrow by Neal Adams.
the Flash by Andy Kubert.
Hawkman by Adam Kubert.
the Thing by J.G. Jones.
Thor by Olivier Coipel.
Iron Man by Jim Cheung.
Nova by______

Ultron Pumpkin

posted Oct 27, 2014, 7:50 PM by Vu Nguyen

AVENGERS #19 (Aug 1999)
Marvel Comics
@spiderfifty6 writes:
9:02 PM - 27 Oct 2014

Modeled after @perezartist avengers cover! A legend. @Marvel #nostrings

Creator Chronicles: The Interviews available on Blu-Ray

posted Oct 26, 2014, 9:09 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Oct 26, 2014, 9:13 PM ]

CREATOR CHRONICLES: THE INTERVIEWS 2007-2014 (Blu-ray) (Oct 2014)
Amdale Media

Now on Blu-Ray! All of the previous interviews (with George Perez, Bill Sienkiewicz, Michael Golden, Joe Sinnott, Matt Wagner, and Joe Jusko) remastered and re-edited for greatly improved picture quality, all on one Blu-Ray disc, plus new interviews with Al Feldstein, Dick Giordano, and Herb Trimpe! Over 21 hours of content!
Item Code: SEP140971
In Shops: 10/22/2014
SRP: $44.95

Creator Chronicles: The Interviews 2007-2014

Amdale Media is at last pulling back the curtain and revealing these amazing creators in a series of documentaries about comic book creators. Featuring exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in comics, Creator Chronicles profiles creators via in-depth, one-on-one video interviews, told by the creator in their own words.

Now, ALL of the previous interviews have been remastered and re-edited for greatly improved picture quality, all on one Bluray disc - plus NEW interviews!

  • NEW Dick Giordano Interview! Dick is very forthcoming about his work with Neal Adams, being named managing editor of DC, and his years running Charlton Comics!
  • NEW Herb Trimpe Interview! Herb is modest and honest in this great interview covering his silver age work, drawing the first appearance of Wolverine, and his contributions to the comics industry.
  • NEW Al Feldstein Interview! Al discusses his early years getting into comics, meeting Bill Gaines and being a writer/editor/artist for EC Comics, to his long editorship of Mad Magazine through its most well-known period.

  • Plus remastered, full-length, in-depth interviews with:

  • Joe Sinnott (3 hours) - The term “legend” gets thrown around a lot in comics, but few truly personify it better than Joe Sinnott. Widely considered to be the best inker to have ever graced the comic medium, Joe is also a fine artist in his own right, having done a wide variety of art from comics, to illustration, newspaper strips, advertising, and realistic caricatures and biographies. In this very special interview, we talk to Joe and many of his colleagues and peers in the comics industry. Included on this Blu-ray is the documentary A Guy Named Joe, which showcases the life and career of Joe Sinnott. This documentary covers all aspects of Joe's career and features an all-star cast of many of his peers and fellow artists including: Bob Almond, Jim Amash, Terry Austin, Sal Buscema, Ron Frenz, Mike Grell, Joe Jusko, Elizabeth Amber Love, Andy Mangels, Jerry Ordway, George Pérez, John Romita, Sr., Jim Salicrup, Alex Saviuk, Richard A. Scott, Jim Starlin, Herb Trimpe, Bob Wiacek, and Stan Lee, with a special appearance by Jim Steranko!
  • Matt Wagner (2 hours) - With an interview that ranges from the Jungian archetypes of Grendel to the more personal, semi-biographical Mage, you know you’re in for a wild, revealing, and spirited ride with comics legend Matt Wagner! The thinking man’s comic book writer, Matt discusses everything from being the first independent creator to team his one of his own characters with Batman, to exploring deeper meaning in the human psyche, and the philosophical underpinnings of his most famous creations, Mage and Grendel.
  • Bill Sienkiewicz (1 1/2 hours) - Respected and admired by fans and professionals alike, the work of Bill Sienkiewicz helped redefine the artistic possibilities in comic art and sequential illustration. Throughout his career, Bill’s art would push the boundries of the medium, and would have a significant impact on the art of comics and beyond. This in-depth interview covers his entire prolific career, from his start at Marvel on Moon Knight to his incredible artistic transformation of the mid-80's with New Mutants and Elektra Assassin. Bill is engaging and insightful as he talks about his eclectic, electric and unique artwork, which has made him one of the most compelling and original artists of our time.
  • Michael Golden (2 hours) - For over 4 decades, he has brought his dynamic and innovative compositions to the world of comic books, setting new graphic standards for the form. Now, comics legend Michael Golden joins us for an amazing interview where we delve into the mind of one of most influential artists of all time. In this extraordinary interview, Michael finally gives us what we've always wanted: a candid and refreshing look at the man behind the myth. Michael has only given one full-length, in-depth interview ever, and this is it! We discuss at length such milestones in his career as The Micronauts, Bucky O'Hare, G.I Joe, the Marvel Fanfare Hulk story, his time as an editor at Marvel and DC, Dr. Strange #55, Avengers Annual #10 and the creation of Rogue, Spartan X and much more!
  • George Pérez (4 hours) - Fan favorite and industry veteran George Perez joins us for a massive 4 hour interview! For over 30 years, George Pérez has dazzled the comics industry with his dynamic work on such titles as Fantastic Four, Avengers and Wonder Woman. Widely regarded as one of the all-time best comic artists, he has been an inspiration to numerous fans and fellow artists alike. George has also put his considerable fame and talent to help various charities, including The Hero Initiative (formerly ACTOR) where he is a co-chairman, along with contributing the proceeds from his convention appearances to it and other charitable organizations. Join us as George sits down to discuss his early years in comics, his work on Crisis, Infinite Crisis, JLA/Avengers, his thoughts on the industry changes over the years, his perspective on 30 years in comics, as well as in-depth discussions about the formation of The New Teen Titans (including the Games graphic novel!), Wonder Woman, War of the Gods, and his amazing career resurgence in the last decade.
  • Joe Jusko (3 hours) - Joe Jusko is a renowned comic and fantasy artist/painter, widely known for his detailed, realistic depictions of comic book characters, barbarians, and lush jungle settings, often with women and big cats. Joe sits down with us to talk about his prolific 30 year career in comics and fantasy art. We cover his entire career, from his start with Heavy Metal, to his Savage Sword of Conan covers, to his groundbreaking work on the Marvel Masterpieces and Edgar Rice Borroughs painted card sets, and to the amazing fully-painted Vampirella and Tomb Raider comics.

  • Extras include additional interviews with Renee Witterstaeter, Steve Scott, Chris Moreno, Nathan Massengil, Chris Moreno, and outtakes from the Joe Sinnott interview, and a special look at the influence of Michael Golden!

    Video: NTSC 1280x720p, Widescreen TV's
    Region: No region coding, will work worldwide

    Approx. running time: 1300 minutes

    COVER STORY: Wally Wood’s T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #1

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 8:50 PM by Vu Nguyen

    WALLY WOOD'S T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS #1 (Nov 1984)
    Deluxe Comics

    What makes the best comic book covers? It’s a great topic for debate. For us as individuals there is no wrong answer, of course. It’s purely subjective. But with a little thought it is frequently possible to explain what it is about a particular image that grabs you. The best ones are the ones that make you stop and check out something you weren’t previously going to purchase – and in some cases, you even end up picking up a title you’ve never even heard of before.

    Two weeks ago this column focused on George Pérez and Terry Austin’s cover for Avengers #185, and last week the spotlight fell on Mike Zeck’s cover for Master of Kung-Fu #83. Among the many reasons to recommend those two pieces were their stopping power; they made you stop wherever you were when you first saw them and demanded that you check out the contents of the comics on which they appeared.

    My personal experience in the case of Pérez’s cover wasn’t one that made me purchase something new – Jim Shooter’s “Korvac Saga” and other stories had put the Avengers on my “must read” list long before that – but it may well have been the first cover that I just kept going back to, just kept staring at.

    [ Read more COVER STORY: Wally Wood’s T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #1 ]

    Previews Solitication for Teen Titans: A Celebration of 50 Years Hardcover

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 8:32 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Oct 26, 2014, 8:40 PM ]

    TEEN TITANS: A CELEBRATION OF 50 YEARS (Hardcover) (Nov 2014)
    DC Comics
    (W) Bob Haney & Various (A) Nick Cardy & Various (CA) George Perez

    TEEN TITANS: A CELEBRATION OF 50 YEARS collects a wide range of stories featuring comics' greatest teen superteam, including Nightwing, Cyborg, Superboy, Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven and more! This anthology collects stories from some of the industry's legendary talents, including Marv Wolfman, George Pérez and Geoff Johns.

    Item Code: JUL140249
    In Shops: 11/19/2014
    SRP: $39.99 (NOTE: DC Comics is listing $75)

    George Pérez's Sirens #2 delayed by two weeks to December 3rd

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 6:56 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Oct 26, 2014, 6:57 PM ]

    GEORGE PEREZ'S SIRENS #2 (Nov 2014)
    Boom! Studios
    George Perez Sirens #2
    By:   George Perez
    Type:   Comics
    Genres:   Superhero
    Series:   Sirens
    Publisher:   Boom! Studios
    Pub. Date:   December 03, 2014 (originally listed for November 2014)
    Availability:   Pre-Order
    UPC:   84428400408402011

    Under attack by their greatest foe, Naida, the Sirens put together a last­ditch plan to keep their team - and their ship - together! With their memories of each other and themselves still hazy, the Sirens must re­learn how to work together before Naida destroys them all.


    Deathlok the Demolisher TPB out now

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 6:47 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Oct 26, 2014, 7:03 PM ]

    Marvel Comics
    Published October 01, 2014 by Marvel

    1st printing. Collects Astonishing Tales (1970-1976) #25-28 and 30-36, Marvel Team-Up (1972-1985 1st Series) #46, Marvel Spotlight (1971-1977 1st Series) #33, Marvel Two-in-One (1974-1983 1st Series) #27 and 54, and Captain America (1968-1996 1st Series) #286-288. Col. Luther Manning has been locked in a state of living death. He is no longer a man, but a mockery of a man. He has become an amalgam of reanimated flesh and computer circuitry, stripped of his family, his humanity - but not his will. He has become Deathlok the Demolisher - a weapon of war programmed solely for destruction. A challenging blend of science fiction and psychological war journal, Deathlok set the pace for anti-heroes in the turbulent post-Watergate '70s. Stories by Rich Buckler, Doug Moench, Bill Mantlo, David Anthony Kraft, Marv Wolfman, Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio and J.M. DeMatteis. Art by Rich Buckler, Klaus Janson, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, George Perez, Pablo Marcos, Keith Pollard, Arvell Jones, Al McWilliams, Bob McLeod, Sal Buscema, Dave Hunt, Michael Netzer (a.k.a. Mike Nasser), Ron Wilson, John Byrne, Joe Sinnott, Mike Zeck and John Beatty. Cover by Ed Hannigan and Bernie Wrightson. Deathlok pushed the moral relevance of Marvel Comics into a bold, often frightening new future.

    Softcover, 368 pages, full color. Cover price $39.99.

    Uncanny X-Men 100 Project out now

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 6:30 PM by Vu Nguyen

    UNCANNY X-MEN 100 PROJECT (Softcover) (Oct 2014)
    Hero Initiative
    Uncanny X-Men 100 Project SC (2014 Hero Initiative) #1-1ST
    Published October 15, 2014 by Hero Initiative.  $12.99

    1st printing. In the now-grand tradition of Hero Initiative's previous and wildly successful "100 Project" books, Marvel's merry mutants now come to the fore! All of Hero's 104 original covers to Marvel Comics' Uncanny X-Men #12 are on display in this great book!

    Art by John Cassaday, Alan Davis, Dale Keown, Adam Kubert, George Pérez, John Romita, Sr., Joe Sinnott, Daniel Acuna, Rafael Albuquerque, Natasha Allegri, Kristin Allen, Kaare Andrews, Chris Bachalo, John Beatty, J Bone, Brett Breeding, Dan Brereton, Tom Brevoort, David Bullock, Jim Calafiore, Daniel Campos, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Victor Castro, Ron Chan, Mike Choi, Ryan Cody, Clayton Crain, Carmine Digiandomenico, Terry Dodson, Mark Dos Santos, Rich Ellis, Sean Forney, Cat Farris, Tony Fleecs, Autumn Fredrickson, Jenny Frison, Agnes Garbowska, Chris Giarrusso, Benjamin Glendenning, Bob Hall, Gabriel Hardman, Fred Hembeck, Phil Hester, Jamal Igle, Chris Ivy, Nikkol Jelenic & Mark McKenna, Phil Jimenez, Drew Johnson, Dan Jurgens, Joe Jusko, Sam Kieth, Scott Koblish, Rich Koslowski, Peter Krause, Steve Kurth, Andy Kuhn, Bob Larkin, Ken Lashley, Pamela Lovas & Derek Fridolfs, Rick Leonardi, Steve Lieber, Joseph Michael Linsner, David Mack, Jose Marzan, Jr., John McCrea, Mark McKenna, Yehudi Mercado, Al Milgrom, Jorge Molina, Chris Moreno, Bill Morrison, Marat Mychaels, Todd Nauck, Mike Norton, Michael Avon Oeming, Jerry Ordway, Tom Palmer, Tony Parker, Pere Perez, Mike Perkins, Khoi Pham, Whilce Portacio, Gordon Purcell, Tom Raney, Paolo Rivera, Darick Robertson, Tone Rodriguez, Scott Rogers, Craig Rousseau, Chris Samnee, Alex Saviuk, Stuart Sayger, Valerio Schiti, Tim Seeley, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Sinnott, Skinner, Andy Smith, Aaron Sowd, Joe Staton, Ty Templeton, Herb Trimpe, Jim Valentino, and Nate Van Dyke.

    Softcover, 120 pages, full color. Cover price $12.99.

    Update (10/26/14)

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 6:16 PM by Vu Nguyen

    DEATHSTROKE (2014)
    art by George Pérez
    from the_comiclord

    ZATANNA (2014)
    art by Pérez
    from artautographsandtoys

    BRAINIAC (25 Jan 2014)
    art by Perez at WIZARD WORLD PORTLAND 2014
    from piersonite2012  

    THANOS (2014)
    art by George Perez
    from  empire.auctions

    ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN 100 PROJECT (Hardcover) (Sep 2007)
    Hero Initiative

    ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN 100 PROJECT (Softcover) (Sep 2007)
    Hero Initiative

    Leonardo Paciarotti's Sirens #1 alternate cover colors

    posted Oct 26, 2014, 5:42 PM by Vu Nguyen

    GEORGE PEREZ'S SIRENS #1 (Collector's Paradise) (Sep 2014)
    Boom! Studios
    George Pérez Sirens #1 exclusive covers. Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti
    viernes, 24 de octubre de 2014

    Some previews of the exclusive covers for George Perez Sirens I've colored! Really enjoyed this job! :D

    Mi último trabajo con el maestro George Perez!

    The name of the Sirens (covers): Agony, Ammo, Highness, Interface, Niada.  Coming Soon, more and better!

    Inks by George Perez
    Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti
    Publisher: BOOM! STUDIOS.

    More color examples:


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