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DC COMICS PRESENTS #61 (Sep 1983) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
DC COMICS PRESENTS #61
Date: Sep 1983
Cover Price: $0.60
Publisher: dccomics.com

Description
Featuring Superman & OMAC

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Murdermek, a death droid weapon, is sent back to Metropolis during Superman's time. OMAC, the one-man army corps, travels back to that time, too, to help Superman in "The Once and Future War."


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    Credits
    "The Once-and-Future War!" (22 pages)
    writer:  Len Wein
    art:  George Perez
    Pablo Marcos
    colors:  Gene D'Angelo
    letters:  John Costanza 
    editor:  Julius Schwartz
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     January 9, 2004 | Letters: DC Comics Presents
    From Travis Trono

    Entry number 123:
    2004-01-09 15:07:26 (Pacific Time)

    Comments: Mr. Perez,

    The first comic book I read with your art in it was DC Comics Presents: Superman and OMAC (One Man Army Corps), and they were up against this robot called MurderMek. I was in grade school, and I was not interested in who the writer and artist was of a particular book at that time, but I was just so captIvated by the artwork I had to find out who drew the book. The name of the artist was, of course, George Perez. I stiil have that comic (believe it or not), it's pretty beat up, but it's one of the comics where the artwork still holds it's own against the Jim Lees and Alan Davises (my other favorite artists). Your attention to detail and your dedication to your craft has always been an inspiration to myself and other aspiring artists. I hope to meet in you person, and until that time comes, I wish you continued success in all your endeavors.

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