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GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO (1990) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez  
BATMAN #96 (Mexico)
Date: 6 Jun 1991
Cover Price: $18.00
Publisher:  dccomics.com

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12 black and white art plates. Some of the artworks were used for covers for . See also GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO: WARNER BROTHERS EXCLUSIVE (1990).

Back description: On the back cover of the portfolio it is written: It is said that all British calssic actors must sooner or later plan either Hamlet or Lear, the Shakespearean roles that defing the limits of their craft. Similarly, it seems that all modern comic book artist, at least those of the post-Jack Kirby generation, must eventually face the challenge of interpreting the comic's darkest icon, the Batman. George Perez has been universally acknowledged for more than a decade as on the the field's masters and here, at last, we have his version of the Dark Knight and his proteges, Robin and Nightwing. These pieces, three of which have never appeared anywhere before, abundantly display that talent that has earned George his popularity: his sense of graphic design, his dynamic composition, his ability to infuse static images with a sense of movement and drama. George has met the Batman challenge with his own unique style, and the drawings in this portfolio represent both the Batman and George Perez handsomely. (written by Dennis O'Neil)


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    Plates from the George Perez Portfolio (1990)

    posted Feb 11, 2016, 8:47 AM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Feb 11, 2016, 8:59 AM ]


    GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO (1990)
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    GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO: WARNER BROTHERS EXCLUSIVE (1990)
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    Goodcomics.comicbookresources.com posted some images from the George Perez Portfolio... but they seem to be missing some unpublished Batman artworks.... particularly the #13 plate from the GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO: WARNER BROTHERS EXCLUSIVE (1990) DC Comics.

    I actually own both version, these are huge plates (slightly larger than an omnibus sized comic book).

    For all the Perez-related Batman comics, head over to Batman (1940)

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    Knowledge Waits: George Perez Batman Illustrations

    by Brian Cronin | February 10, 2016 @ 11:08 PM


    This is the latest in a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me. Here is a collection of all of the installments in the feature so far.

    Back in 1990, George Perez did a portfolio of Batman illustrations. Most of them were covers he did for Batman and New Titans for first Batman: Year Three and then Lonely Place of Dying (the introduction of Tim Drake as Robin). However, three of the illustrations were never published otherwise. Read on to see these gorgeous pieces!



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    GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO (1990)
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    Jovi Neri:

    I found the best George Perez drawing of Batman and Joker and decided to try my hand in coloring it.


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    News: Question of the Issue for Pacesetter #7

    June 18, 2005 01:48 pm
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com

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    Re: question of the issue for P#7
    Reply #1 on 6/18/2005 at 12:32pm by sjvernon

    The first time I met Mr Perez was at one of the very early Heroes Conventions... just after he had worked on the Titans/Batman crossover for the "Year 3" storyline. I had bought the Perez portfolio and brought that for him to sign.

    So I'd agree Batman is something good to see him work on at DC. I remember some Flash covers also that he did way back, and seeing him on Flash wouldn't hurt my feelings either!

    While he is my all-time favorite artist, and I've enjoyed everything he has been associated with... I think the "defining" Perez for me was his work on revamping Wonder Woman, perhaps because he got to show off not only his knack for detailed art but his writing as well + I am a sucker for mythology.

     July 23, 2003 | Batman & Robin Cover Explained
    From Eric Nolen-Weathington

    Topic: Modern Masters Cover
    posted 7/23/03 1:35 AM

    The Batman & Robin cover was done several months ago. TwoMorrows had just signed up with Diamond's bookstore distribution. Diamond puts together the catalogs for the bookstore market once every 6 months and I needed a cover much sooner than the deadline I gave George for the Previews catalog and there was no way he could get it done in time. So I just scanned a plate from DC's Pérez portfolio, did some quick coloring, and sent it off.

    The Solus image is the actual cover being used for the book.

     April 20, 2002 | Site Update
    From Kent Milton (email)
  • Art by George Pérez, colored by Kent Milton (email).
  • (Cover to BATMAN: A LONELY PLACE OF DYING and also one of the plates to GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO and GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO: WARNER BROTHERS EXCLUSIVE)
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