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CRIMSON PLAGUE: HEROES CONVENTION EDITION (Jun 1997)

cover: George Pérez
CRIMSON PLAGUE: HEROES CONVENTION EDITION #1
Jun 97
$5.00
Event Comics

"Dead Moon Party"

writer:
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colors:
George Pérez
George Pérez
George Pérez
Tom Smith

Only sold at Heroes Convention 1997.

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    CRIMSON PLAGUE: HEROES CONVENTION EDITION (Jun 1997)

    HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1997 (12-15 June 1997), Charlotte, North Carolina
     
    Crimson Plague Heroes Convention Back Cover
    News  Thu, 04 Jan 2007 00:53:12 CST  Vu
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    CRIMSON PLAGUE: HEROES CONVENTION EDITION (Jun 1997)
    Item number 180071137021: George Perez Crimson Plague #1 Original Cover Artwork
    End time: Jan-13-07 21:28:44 PST
    Seller: Dragon Nation Collectibles

    (excerpt)

    This is the ORIGINAL George Perez Crimson Plague #1 Special Heroes Con Edition Cover Art. Of course it was penciled and inked by the LEGEND himself. Crimson Plague was George Perez's creator owned comic that was first put out by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti's Event Comics then later thru IMAGE. What made Crimson Plague unique was that each character in the comic is modeled after an actual person. As I stated earlier this cover art was used for a Heroes Con Special Edition where proceeds went towards the Charlotte Burned Children's Fund. There are two pages that make this double spread cover and each page is 9" X 13" in size. The lettering of the pages ARE not on the actual artwork, but on acetate overlay. Also on the acetate by each character is the signature by the real person they were modeled after, plus by George himself.

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