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New Teen Titans Volume 4 is out now (15 Jan 2021) in France via Urban Comics

posted Jan 17, 2021, 1:56 PM by Vu Sleeper


NEW TEEN TITANS: TOME 4 (France) (15 Jan 2021)
Urban Comics

New Teen Titans (The) 4. Volume 4
Une BD de Wolfman, Marv et George Pérez chez
Urban Comics (Dc Essentiels)
2021 01/2021 (15 janvier 2021)
526 pages
Format comics 413838 

Coup de tonnerre au sein des Teen Titans : la benjamine Terra, leur nouvelle coéquipière est en réalité une alliée de Deathstroke l'Exterminateur, leur ennemi juré ! Négociant un Contrat Judas avec les têtes pensantes de la R.U.C.H.E., il neutralise un à un les membres des Titans jusqu'à ce qu'il ne reste plus que leur chef : Dick Grayson. Ayant abandonné son identité de Robin, il se façonne un nouveau costume et un nouvel équipement afin de sauver ses coéquipiers sous le pseudonyme de Nightwing !

Update (01/16/2021)

posted Jan 16, 2021, 6:33 AM by Vu Sleeper

OS VINGADORES #1 (Brazil) (Mar 1988)
Editora Abril
art by George Perez


JOKER (Dec 2020)
art by George Perez

from @justsomedude_

POISON IVY (20 Aug 2020)
art by George Perez


Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman 1984 for 30% off at Sam's Club

posted Jan 15, 2021, 6:09 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Entertainment Weekly
If you have a Sam's Club membership, you can get The Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman 1984 for 30% off (you pay about $10). George Perez's art is on the cover and also in the Wonder Woman timeline for 1987.

"George Pérez and the Classical Narrative Style" article in the latest Inks: The Journal of the Comics Studies Society Vol 4 #3 (Fall 2020)

posted Jan 14, 2021, 5:45 PM by Vu Sleeper


Ohio State University Press

This paper examines the commercially popular but critically neglected artist George Pérez as a means of developing a critical apparatus for studying artists who work within collaborative and industrial systems of comics production. Pérez’s comics are exemplars of the classical narrative style of comics art, refining a set of formal practices that adapt page and panel layouts to match their contents in a manner akin to classical Hollywood cinema, deploying formalism for narrative purposes. Pérez and his peers also display an abiding interest in the mediated image, incorporating the visual frames and narrative strategies of newspapers, film, and television as they depict worlds saturated and shaped by these media. Focusing on The New Teen Titans and Wonder Woman, this paper argues that Pérez’s work demands the development of new reading strategies and should prompt scholars to reevaluate our notions of comics authorship.

Entertainment Weekly's Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman 1984 features George Perez's art on its cover

posted Jan 14, 2021, 3:09 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Entertainment Weekly
You can preview some pages from the recently released Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman 1984 by Entertainment Weekly on Amazon

Looking over the contents, it does not appear they will reprint any George Perez's art (unless it appears in the ridiculous WW plotlines from comics).

The cover does reprint Perez's Wonder Woman... so for completists, you'll need to look for this at newsstands. The magazine came out 8 Jan 2021.

Here's the description of the magazine:

Diana Prince returns to the big screen in Wonder Woman 1984, a totally rad new adventure that will have fans falling in love with the DC Comic superheroine all over again! In this gorgeously illustrated special issue devoted entirely to the Amazonian Princess, the editors of Entertainment Weekly celebrates Wonder Woman in all her forms: from her groundbreaking girl-power comic book debut 80 years ago to the beloved 1970s TV show starring Lynda Carter to Gal Gadot’s action-star spin on the first superheroine in 2017’s Wonder Woman. Includes:
  • Behind-the-scenes photos and exclusive interviews with stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal and director Patty Jenkins
  • The evolution of Wonder Woman’s comic roots, from prim skirts to go-go boots to her modern-day armor
  • The surprising story of Wonder Woman’s creator—the man who dreamed up her Golden Lasso of Truth also invented the lie-detector test and much more!
Please note that this product is an authorized edition published by the Meredith Corporation and sold by Amazon. This edition is printed using a high quality matte interior paper and printed on demand for immediate fulfillment.

Robotic Stooges homages Infinity Gauntlet #1 cover

posted Jan 6, 2021, 4:48 AM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Jan 6, 2021, 4:48 AM ]

From, thanks to Ilke

American Mythology
ROBOTIC STOOGES:American Mythology has announced an April launch for Robotic Stooges.

Here's how the book is described:

"If you remember Saturday morning cartoons, you remember the Robonic Stooges, which originally aired as its own series in 1977 -78. The series featured Moe, Larry, and Curly as robonically-altered bumbling superheroes who operated from their very own junk yard headquarters under the direction of Agent 000 (pronounced Oh-Oh-Oh), who ran the Super Hero Employment Agency! The series was developed by Norman Maurer, Moe Howard's son-in-law and the creative force behind The Three Stooges comics of the 60s and 70s. The standalone series ran for 16 episodes, and American Mythology Comics decided, well, that just wasn¡¯t enough robo-stoogeness!"

The book will launch with "The Imbecile Gauntlet," by Three Stooges¡¯ long-time scribe, S.A. Check. The story pits The Robonic Stooges against the inter-galactic threat known as Oreganose.

The second story for the issue, "Fright at the Museum," was written by Jordan Gershowitz, with art by Jorge Pachecho and Philip Murphy.

Cover for the issue is by Eric Shanower and Pacheco.

A history of the Cheetah in ‘Wonder Woman’

posted Jan 2, 2021, 9:08 PM by Vu Sleeper


WONDER WOMAN #9 (Oct 1987)
DC Comics


The New Cheetah

Writers George Pérez and Len Wein introduced a different version of the Cheetah in 1987 with “Wonder Woman” No. 7 (the series restarted from No. 1 earlier that year). Here, Barbara Minerva is a greedy and selfish archaeologist who forces an African tribe to perform a ritual on her, hoping it will give her immortality. Instead, she receives the ability to transform into the catlike Cheetah, gaining superhuman strength and speed; the ritual partially backfires, and her human form becomes frail and weak. As a result, she can only live up to her true potential as the Cheetah.

George Perez back directing DT Wrestling's videos (in 2020)

posted Jan 2, 2021, 8:50 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

It appears that George Perez is back directing DT Wrestling's latest adults-only Superheroine Agenda video, photo via

His last shoot was in August for Serene Siren vs. Milana Ricci (in "We Don't Need Another Heroine"). The video recently came out on DT Wrestling's website.

Crisis On Infinite Earths trading cards is "coming soon"

posted Dec 26, 2020, 6:49 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Cryptozoic Entertainment will be releasing the Crisis On Infinite Earths trading cards. From the advertisement, it looks like it will be focused on the CW crossover with autograph and sketch chase cards. Coming soon.

George Perez and others thanked in the credits of Wonder Woman 1984

posted Dec 26, 2020, 4:01 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

WONDER WOMAN 1984 (25 Dec 2020)
Warner Brothers
George Perez, Greg Potter, Len Wein, Alex Ross, Mark Waid, JM Dematteis, Gardner Fox, Ramona Fradon, Keith Giffen, Bob Haney, Phil Jimenez, Kevin Maguire, Rags Morals, Harry G Peter, Greg Rucka, Jesus Saiz, Nicola Scott, and the Marston Family thanked in the credits of Wonder Woman 1984.

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