INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Lee Cover) (Jan 2006) DC Comics

cover: George Pérez
INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Lee Cover)
Date: Jan 2006
Cover Price: $2.95
Publisher: DC Comics (www.dccomics.com)


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Reprinted in CRISIS INFINITA #4 (Mexico) (Jul 2006), CRISE INFINITA #4 (Brazil) (Feb 2007), and INFINITE CRISIS #2 (France) (16 Jan 2007)

Page 28½, 29½ and 30 were penciled and inked by George Perez

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    Credits
    "Homecoming" (32 pages) 
    writer:  Geoff Johns
    art:  Phil Jimenez
    George Perez
    Ivan Reis
    Andy Lanning
    Lary Stucker
    Marc Campos
    Oclair Albert
    Jimmy Palmiotti
    Drew Geraci
    colors:  Jeremy Cox
    Guy Major
    letters:  Nick Napolitano
    editor:  Jeanine Schaefer
    Eddie Berganza
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    News: Infinity Crisis #4 Interior Art

    Sat, 30 Sep 2006 11:13:48 CST [ submitted by Ilke ]
     From www.theartistschoice.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Perez original interior pages online:

    page # 5 On Hold inks by Andy Lanning
    page # 23 $ 350.00 inks by Larry Stucker
    page # 24 $ 750.00 inks by Larry Stucker, Splash
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    News: DC Month-To-Month (Mar 2006)

    May 28, 2006 03:14 am
     From www.newsarama.com
    DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: MARCH 2006
    posted 05-26-2006 02:25 PM
    By Marc-Oliver Frisch


    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    (1) INFINITE CRISIS
    10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [268,458]
    11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%) -- [224,068]
    12/2005: Infinite Crisis #3 (of 7) -- 188,853 (- 9.0%) -- [216,727]
    01/2006: Infinite Crisis #4 (of 7) -- 182,633 (- 3.3%) -- [207,297]
    02/2006: --
    03/2006: Infinite Crisis #5 (of 7) -- 201,855 (+10.5%)

    For the fifth time in a row, INFINITE CRISIS breaks the 200K barrier. Which means it's the most successful direct market title in at least nine years ("at least" because numbers before 1997 are hard to come by).

    More significantly, first-month sales actually went up in March compared to issue #4, and all previous issues made the Top 300 chart again, selling between 3,651 (#1) and 8,139 (#4) copies, underscoring that the story is still generating demand.

    INFINITE CRISIS is a home run for DC, obviously.

    (36) JSA
    02/2006: JSA #82 -- 54,234 (+ 8.3%)
    03/2006: JSA #83 -- 51,991 (- 4.1%)

    It's "One Year Later," but minus the artwork of George Pérez, who illustrated issue #82. As a result, sales take a step down. These are still great numbers, however, so it's safe to assume that the book's upcoming cancelation in July is not due to low sales, but because they have yet another relaunch waiting in the wings. How long can it be now before the trick gets old (again)?

    News: Month-To-Month Sales: Feb 2006

    March 30, 2006 11:31 pm
     From www.newsarama.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Topic: DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: FEBRUARY 2006
    posted 03-30-2006 04:27 PM
    BY MARC-OLIVER FRISCH

    (excerpt)

    (--) INFINITE CRISIS
    10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [264,834]
    11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%) -- [219,977]
    12/2005: Infinite Crisis #3 (of 7) -- 188,853 (- 9.0%) -- [210,801]
    01/2006: Infinite Crisis #4 (of 7) -- 182,633 (- 3.3%) -- [199,158]
    02/2006: --

    No new issue of INFINITE CRISIS was released in February, but the book keeps showing significant re-order activity. Issues #1 to #4 sold an additional 3,469, 4,718, 15,030 and 16,525 copies, respectively.

    Given that ICv2.com's estimates are always a wee bit on the low side, it's safe to say that issue #4 has broken the 200K barrier -- which may well make INFINITE CRISIS the first title since the mid-nineties to generate sales of more than 200,000 in the direct market with four consecutive issues. Needless to say, it's a big whopping success.

    News: Month-To-Month Sales: Jan 2006

    March 18, 2006 01:07 am
     From www.comicon.com/pulse

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    DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: January 2006
    posted 03-17-2006 05:10 PM
    BY MARC-OLIVER FRISCH

    The "Infinite Crisis" crossover still purring like a kitten and the big "One Year Later" reboot just round the corner, January was, understandably, another very quiet month for DC Comics, in terms of new titles. The publisher's top-selling new title in January was the DAY OF VENGEANCE: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL one-shot. Other than that, the limited series SGT. ROCK: THE PROPHECY and ELFQUEST: DISCOVERY debuted, along with the new Vertigo title THE EXTERMINATORS.

    An overview of ICv2.com's statistics can be found here: www.icv2.com

    (excerpt)

    (1) INFINITE CRISIS
    10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [261,365]
    11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%) -- [215,259]
    12/2005: Infinite Crisis #3 (of 7) -- 188,853 (- 9.0%) -- [195,771]
    01/2006: Infinite Crisis #4 (of 7) -- 182,633 (- 3.3%)

    These numbers speak for themselves, really. Even though it keeps losing steam as a crossover in January, INFINITE CRISIS itself is tremendously successful for DC, particularly considering its $ 3.99 price tag, and sales are holding up relatively well.

    The three previous issues also made the chart in January. selling another estimated 2,121 (issue #1), 3,818 (#2) and 6,918 (#3) copies.

    News: SBC Review of Infinite Crisis #4 (Wallace)

    March 01, 2006 12:27 am
     From www.comicbookresources.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    In the Line of Fire: Infinite Crisis #4
    Posted: Monday, February 27
    By: David Wallace

    (excerpt)

    I’m fully aware that it’s my own lack of familiarity with the DCU which has hampered my enjoyment of this latest issue, and if an event of the same magnitude and scope were to happen in the Marvel Universe, I’d likely be far more forgiving of any lack of concessions to new readers. Indeed, I’m looking forward to Marvel’s Civil War crossover later this year, and I’ll likely find it far easier to follow as a whole due to my affinity for Marvel comics. All I would say is that if any readers have been unsure of whether to try this Crisis out for themselves (and there must be, what, three of you) then be warned: either read up on the lead-up to this series extensively or give it a miss, as John’s isn’t writing a new-reader-friendly book here....

    News: Actual Number of Copies for Top Comics in January

    February 20, 2006 06:38 pm
     From www.icv2.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    16 of 20 Top Comics Drop in January
    'Infinite Crisis' Remains a Strong #1
    February 20, 2006

    Sales of 16 of the top 25 comics fell in January, with only four titles demonstrating gains in the number of units sold.

    The top 25 comic titles in January, with our estimates of the number sold to North American comic stores by Diamond Comic Distributors, are:

    182,633 Infinite Crisis #4 (of 7)
    124,328 All Star Superman #2
    121,758 New Avengers #15
    95,415 Amazing Spider-Man #528

    [ Read more 16 of 20 Top Comics Drop in January ]

    News: Infinite Crisis Still #1 on Diamond's Top 100

    February 20, 2006 01:22 am
     From www.newsarama.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    DIAMOND's TOP 100 COMICS
    Based on Actual Unit Sales of Products Invoiced in January 2006

    (excerpt)

    Rank Description Price Ven
    1 INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Of 7) $3.99 DC
    2 ALL STAR SUPERMAN #2 $2.99 DC
    3 NEW AVENGERS #15 $2.50 MAR
    News: Infinite Crisis #4 Sells Out, Back to Press

    February 03, 2006 07:58 pm
     From www.comicbookresources.com
    DC SENDS "INFINITE CRISIS" #4 BACK TO PRESS
    by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
    Posted: February 2, 2006


    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Lee Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Second Print) (Mar 2006)
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    After selling out at DC Comics less than a week after arriving in stores on January 18, INFINITE CRISIS #4 is going back to press for a new printing!

    Scheduled to arrive in stores on February 15, the INFINITE CRISIS #4 Second Printing (DEC058118) reprints the story written by Geoff Johns, and illustrated by Phil Jimenez, George Pérez, Ivan Reis, Andy Lanning, Lary Stucker, Marc Campos, Oclair Albert, Jimmy Palmiotti and Drew Geraci. The new printing features a pencils-only version of the issue's cover by Jim Lee.

    "I'm glad everyone is enjoying it so much," says Group Editor Eddie Berganza. "I know it's been a labor of love for all of us, and we're working extremely hard to make it the best crossover we can possibly make it - and that includes our unsung heroes in our production department, like (Manager - Pre-press Services) Hank Manfra and (Manager - Production) David Cichowicz, who are moving mountains to make sure we get this out to you, the reader."

    The INFINITE CRISIS #4 Second Printing (DEC058118) is available for order now and is scheduled to arrive in stores on February 15 with a cover price of $3.99 U.S. To ensure delivery on that date, retailers must place orders by Sunday, February 5; please note that quantities will be limited and may sell out before February 5.

    Retailers may order the issue by contacting their Diamond Customer Service Representative or DC Sales Representative, or by email at reorders[a]diamondcomics.com.

    Other issues of INFINITE CRISIS are available as follows:

    INFINITE CRISIS #1 (AUG050205) and 2 (SEP050228) are available for reorder.

    INFINITE CRISIS #3 Second Printing (DEC058117) is available for order now and is scheduled to arrive in stores on February 15.

    INFINITE CRISIS #5 (DEC050244) is available for advance reorder and is scheduled to arrive in stores on March 1.

    INFINITE CRISIS #6 (JAN060300) is solicited in the January Previews (Volume XVI #1) and is scheduled to arrive in stores on March 29

    News: Aintitcool's Infinite Crisis #4 Review

    January 31, 2006 02:07 pm
     From www.aintitcool.com
    INFINITE CRISIS #4
    Published on Wednesday, January 25th, 2006 at 01:11:07 PM CST
    Reviewer: Ambush Bug


    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Lee Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Writer: Geoff Johns
    Pencils: Phil Jiminez, George Perez, and Ivan Reis
    Inks: Andy Lanning, Lary Stucker, George Perez, Marc Campos, Oclair Albert, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Drew Geraci
    Publisher: DC Comics

    (excerpt)

    I do know that I’m hooked. I do know that Phil Jiminez, George Perez, and Ivan Reis are doing a phenomenal job of illustrating this powerful story. I also know that every issue so far in this series has been better than the next and all of the hype that led up to it was well worth it. I don’t know what direction DC will be taking after this series reaches its conclusion. It could be a better, brighter, more heroic place or a darker place than ever before. There are some who long for a return to simpler times for DC’s heroes, but I don’t know if these same fans will be around if that actually happens. All I know is that, whatever the outcome, I’m going to be there, sticking with this Crisis till the end.

    News: Perez's Art From Infinite Crisis #4

    January 29, 2006 12:41 am
     From Ilke Hincer (email)
    George's art from pages 28-30 of Infinite Crisis #4 are up at www.theartistschoice.com

    News: Slugfest Special - Infinite Crisis #4

    January 24, 2006 08:03 pm
     From www.silverbulletcomics.com
    Slugfest Special - Infinite Crisis #4
    Posted: Monday, January 23
    By: Keith Dallas

    (excerpt)

    The ending was unexpected, at least for me. A lot of fans have been speculating that the multiverse was returning, and I didn’t agree. I still don’t, and I believe that this is just part of the story. This series strikes me as a look at the past before moving forward, and reinstating the multiverse doesn’t seem the way to go if that is DC’s aim. Still, it made for a great cliffhanger ending, something Geoff Johns excels at.

    In the end, I really liked this issue of Infinite Crisis. The story is moving along nicely and the fight between Superboy Prime and, well, everybody was just freaking awesome. The story continues to take unexpected turns, and I honestly can't say for sure what I think is going to happen next. The George Perez cover for the next issue promises a fight between the two Supermen, which has me pretty psyched. Geoff Johns and crew continue to deliver a fun series, and I can only hope that the next three issues will be just as good.

    News: Crisis Recovery 04: More Annotated

    January 21, 2006 11:33 am
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    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    (excerpt)

    Page 1:
    Q: Who are…?
    A: The Brotherhood of Evil. Originally, the enemies of the Doom Patrol, they transferred their grudge over to the New Teen Titans in the Marv Wolfman/George Perez days, and since, have been a general pain in the ass all around the DCU. And yeah, judging from the talk about making Nightwing claw out his own heart and Monsieur Mallah (the gorilla) eating it, they’re a little…unstable.

    Q: Who’s doing the Emperor from Star Wars thing on the dashboard?
    A: Deathstroke, Slade Wilson. Yeah, Brain and Slade go way back.

    Q: Why does Deathstroke have a mad-on for Nightwing?
    A: The two have a long history, dating back to The New Teen Titans days, but more recently, Nightwing and Slade came to a truce of sorts, where, if Deathstroke kept the meta-powered villains out of town, Nightwing would train Slade’s daughter Rose (aka Ravager) to be a villain. Sneaky son of a gun that he is, Nightwing trained her to be a hero instead – she never noticed the lesson books had “Hero” crossed out and “Villain” written in.

    News: Off the Presses: Infinite Crisis #4

    January 20, 2006 05:47 pm
     From scoop.diamondgalleries.com
    Off the Presses: Infinite Crisis #4
    Off the Presses, Scoop, Friday, January 20, 2006
    DC Comics; $3.99

    “The Crisis continues to explode across the DCU as a great power is unleashed. But whose side is it on?” There are guest appearances galore as Infinite Crisis reaches the midway point in the mini-series. Written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Phil Jimenez, George Pérez and Ivan Reis, with covers by Jim Lee and George Pérez.

    News: What Looks Good: Infinite Crisis #4

    January 18, 2006 08:31 pm
     From www.silverbulletcomics.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    WLG #141: Escape From The Real World!
    Wednesday, January 18
    By Michael A. Diaz

    Now that you’ve had some time to think I want to hear from you and what is geeking you out the most about the coming year. Is it the resolution to Spider-Man: The Other, DC’s “One Year Later” event or the end of Infinite Crisis, the return of the Astonishing X-Men, Grant Morrison/Jim Lee relaunching Wildcats, or the conclusion of Planetary that is exciting you the most?

    Whatever it is, I’d like to know about it, but for now, let’s see What Looks Good…

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 $3.99 (Geoff Johns / Phil Jimenez)

    I don’t know about you, but this book/event is shaping up to live up to all of the hype that has been surrounding it. I don’t want to say all that much about what happened last issue because I don’t want to give anything away (I mean, wow, who say THAT ending coming), but I am very eager to see what happens next. It’s obvious that some major plans have been put into motion and just like the original Crisis... this one is setting itself up to be quite a tragedy.

    That’s why I like this book so much. A good tragedy is one where the villains are really just people with good intentions going about things in the wrong way.

    News: Crisis Counseling Session Four

    January 18, 2006 08:28 pm
     From www.newsarama.com
    CRISIS COUNSELING SESSION 4
    01-18-2006 06:12 PM


    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Another period of waiting has ended, and Infinite Crisis #4 hits today, with major developments in the future of Bludhaven, Superboy (both Prime and DCU), revelations about Alex Luthor's plans, as well as perhaps, the fruition of his mission.

    Perhaps.

    DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio has stopped by again to take questions about Crisis, 52, One Year Later and more. As a word of warning to those for whom this is new...no, Dan's not going to give away story points, though he probably will tease incessantly...and yeah, he was probably smiling when he did it.

    All right - enough intro. Let's get this baby rolling.

    Newsarama: Just to start off, let’s talk time-frame again – by the end of issue #3, pretty much the entire DCU is embroiled in the Crisis, correct?
    DD: At the end of issue three we have a clearer idea of what the ultimate threat to the DC Universe is and by the middle of issue four, there is a call to arms that gathers the largest assemblage of heroes in the series so far. It’s not until issue five that everyone is operating on a single timeline.

    News: Infinite Crisis #4 Preview Copy

    January 17, 2006 07:17 pm
     From www.lcomics.com
    Cover scan uploaded: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 6:22:43 PM


    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    News: Infinite Crisis #4 To Ship Jan 18

    January 17, 2006 06:12 pm
     From www.diamondcomics.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Shipping This Week: January 18, 2005
    Monday, January 16, 2006 11:17:01 AM

    The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

    NOV050251 INFINITE CRISIS #4 (OF 7) $3.99

    News: Infinite Crisis #4 Release Pushed Up

    December 21, 2005 06:19 pm
     From Ilke Hincer (email)

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    Infinite Crisis #4 is now scheduled to ship on January 18th instead of January 25th, according to www.comiclist.com

    News: IC #4 Cover

    October 16, 2005 06:41 am
     From www.newsarama.com, thanks to Andy Mangels

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    INFINITE CRISIS #4 GEORGE PÉREZ COVER PREVIEW

    Not sure if you heard yet, but this week DC Comics released this little project called Infinite Crisis…

    Ahem…

    Anyway, as we’ve done the last few months, DC has given Newsarama the “go sign” to premier the dual covers to each of the limited series seven issues, and this month’s we’re up to George Pérez’s cover to January’s Infinite Crisis #4

    So click on the Donna Troy image to the right for the full cover. And for those keeping score at home, we still have Pérez’s cover to issue #2, and Jim Lee’s covers to issues #3 and #4 to go, so keep an eye out on Newsarama. You never know when they’re going to pop up…

    INFINITE CRISIS #4
    Written by Geoff Johns
    Art by Phil Jimenez & Andy Lanning, George Pérez & Jerry Ordway
    Covers by Jim Lee & Sandra Hope and George Pérez

    The Crisis continues to explode across the DCU as a great power is unleashed. But whose side is it on? Witness a shocking confrontation between Batman and Nightwing, a vicious battle that threatens to tear the heroes of the DCU further apart, and a startling change to the recently deceased. Plus, guest appearances by more characters than we can list! Retailers please note: This issue will ship with covers by Lee & Hope (approximately 50%) and Pérez (approximately 50%).
    On sale January 11 • 4 of 7 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US

    News: Wizard Chicago Pérez Covers Infinite Crisis

    August 07, 2005 06:49 pm
     From www.comicon.com/pulse

    INFINITE CRISIS #4 (Perez Cover) (Jan 2006)
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    WIZ CHI '05 PEREZ COVERS INFINITE CRISIS
    posted 08-06-2005 07:28 PM
    BY NATHAN JEWELL

    Bob Wayne, Greg Rucka, Dan DiDio and Joan Hilty were on the Infinite Crisis panel at Wizard World Chicago. Not a lot of new announcements were made, but the panelists did say that Ted Kord, Max Lord, Sue Dibny, and Barry Allen would not be making a return to the DCU after the Infinite Crisis.

    RANDOM NOTES
    The new 52 weekly series is directly spun out of events occurring in Infinite Crisis #4, which ships in March of 2006. There will be multiple teams on 52 to ensure that it's a continuous event and will come out on time.

    DC announced that fan favorite artist George Perez will be drawing all the seven covers of Infinite Crisis.

    There was cryptic news that Keith Giffen is working on a new series, but the publisher would not confirm what it was about or who was featured in the comic.

    DCU continuity will be sustained after the Infinite Crisis.

    These titles are unaffected by Infinite Crisis: Brave and the Bold, Plastic Man, the All Stars line, and Legion of Super-Heroes.

    These characters are not coming back to the DCU: Ted Kord, Barry Allen, Maxwell Lord, or Sue Dibny.

    When asked about a possible new Blue Beetle, the panelists said, "If there is a new Blue Beetle, it won't be Ted Kord."

    Keep checking back with THE PULSE for more from Wizard World Chicago.