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JLA/AVENGERS #1 SIGNED (X-World) (Nov 2003) DC Comics/Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
JLA/AVENGERS #1 SIGNED (X-World)
Date: Nov 2003
Cover Price: $29.99
Publisher: DC Comics/Marvel Comics

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Originally printed in:
To be released November 2003.
Limited to 200 copies.
(8/6/2003): To be autographed by Kurt Busiek, with Certificate of Authenticity

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     November 22, 2003 | Signed Comics Available
    From X-World Comics

    JLA/AVENGERS #1 SIGNED (X-World) (Nov 2003)
    DC Comics/Marvel Comics
    JLA/AVENGERS 1 X-CLUSIVE CREATOR SIGNED

    IN STOCK!

    The biggest event of the year, signed by the writer!

    Signed by the writer, Kurt Busiek Limited to only 200 in the entire world. Each comic comes signed and numbered with a Sealed Certificate of Authenticity

    US $25.99

    From Dynamic Forces

    AVENGERS/JLA #2 SIGNED (Dynamic Forces) (Oct 2003)
    DC Comics/Marvel Comics
    AVENGERS/JLA #2 - SIGNED VERSION

    SKU: C98511
    Category: Marvel Universe
    Shipping: In-Stock!
    PRICE: $29.99

    Signed By by master artist George Perez with colorist Tom Smith!. Round 2 of the comic-book event of the year is here! The titanic team-up the world has waited for continues as the threats that brought the heroes together in the first issue tear the teams apart! Guest-starring every character to ever have membership in the Avengers and the JLA!

    Each signed copy will be hand-numbered sealed with a DF Holo-Foil Sticker and includes a numbered certificate of authenticity!

    From Dynamic Forces

    AVENGERS/JLA #2 SIGNED BY KURT BUSIEK (Dynamic Forces) (Oct 2003)
    DC Comics/Marvel Comics
    AVENGERS/JLA #2 - SIGNED BY WRITER KURT BUSIEK

    SKU: C98512
    Category: Marvel Universe
    Shipping: In-Stock!
    PRICE: $29.99

    Round 2 of the comic-book event of the year is here! The titanic team-up the world has waited for continues as the threats that brought the heroes together in the first issue tear the teams apart! Guest-starring every character to ever have membership in the Avengers and the JLA!

    Each signed copy will be hand-numbered sealed with a DF Holo-Foil Sticker and includes a numbered certificate of authenticity!

     October 3, 2003 | Comix Fan Covers Pérez
    From Eric J. Moreels

    JLA/AVENGERS #1 SIGNED (X-World) (Nov 2003)
    DC Comics/Marvel Comics
    JLA/ AVENGERS #1-4 X-CLUSIVE CREATOR SIGNED SET (X-World) (Feb 04)
    Just a few George Pérez-related items @ ComiX-Fan I thought you'd be interested in.

    First, our coverage of George's open letters:
    UPDATED: PÉREZ COMMENTS ON CROSSGEN SITUATION

    Next, an annotated list of all the characters on the cover to JLA/Avengers #3:
    JLA/AVENGERS #3 COVER ANNOTATIONS

    Our comprehensive annotated list for all the characters and events in JLA/Avengers #1:
    JLA/AVENGERS #1 ANNOTATIONS

    And our review of JLA/Avengers #1:
    JLA/AVENGERS #1 REVIEW

    Finally, if you didn't know ComiX-Fan's sponsor X-World Comics is offering 25 complete sets of JLA/Avengers #1-4 signed and numbered by Kurt Busiek and complete with a Certificate of Authenticity. Pre-orders (which saves $20 off the price of the set) can be made here: www.x-worldcomics.com/.../id=346#8723

    X-World are also offering 200 copies of issue #1 signed individually here: www.x-worldcomics.com/.../id=346#8358

     August 7, 2003 | Busiek Interview at Comixtreme
    From Comixtreme, thanks to pariscub

    A SIT DOWN WITH KURT BUSIEK
    July 25th 2003 01:28 AM
    interview Jay McKiernan

    (excerpt)

    JLA/AVENGERS #1 SIGNED (X-World) (Nov 2003)
    DC Comics/Marvel Comics

    Jay McKiernan: Now let’s get to the big one: JLA / Avengers. This might just be the most anticipated book of the year, and that’s saying a lot considering 1602 is coming out soon. How did this project come about and how were you approached?
    Kurt Busiek: JLA/AVENGERS was originally slated to come out in 1982 or 1983, but rather famously fell apart over editorial disagreements and communication problems between Marvel and DC. Over the years since, every now and then, either Marvel would approach DC about trying again, or DC would approach Marvel, and each time the other side didn't want to do it for one reason or another. So it kept not happening and it became something of a holy grail for superhero buffs -- a legendary "lost project." A few years ago, shortly after DC had approached Marvel again, Joe Quesada became editor in chief at Marvel, and started looking into why it hadn't been done. To Brevoort outlines for him the various attempts over the years and why they'd fallen apart, and Joe said, "Well, none of that applies now. Let's do it."

    So Tom contacted whoever at DC had made the latest overture, and the project got rolling.

    George Perez was the obvious and only choice as artist, since he'd been the artist on it the first time around, he's considered one of the all-time greats among superhero artists, and he was just coming off an acclaimed run on AVENGERS. At the time, I was writing AVENGERS and Mark Waid was writing JLA, so the easiest thing would be for the two of us to co-write, but Mark had just signed an exclusive deal with CrossGen about a week before JLA/AVENGERS became a go project, so the book got offered to me solo. For which I will always be grateful to both Mark Waid and Mark Alessi.

    JM: Was it difficult to work on this book, feeling the pressure because of all the expectations, or was it very easy to get a handle on this mini-series?
    KB: We knew that there was enormous expectation out there, but we also knew that there was no way we were going to meet it all -- no matter what we do, some readers are going to be disappointed. So we just made sure we'd have enough room to do a big, sprawling project where we could go places that maybe the readers weren't expecting, tried to come up with a storyline worthy of the two teams, and stopped worrying about it. The pressure's there whatever we do, so it's not too much of a factor.

    Beyond that, I'm familiar with both teams, and am working with good editors and a top-notch artist. So some of it was tricky, some was easy, but we came up with what we think is a sweeping and enjoyable adventure with a lot of scope, a lot of action, room for character stuff and a few surprises. With any luck, the readers will have at least as much fun with it as we did.

    JM: Did the presence of George Perez as the artist make this much easier? You had a great working relationship with him on the Avengers and did that continue with this book?
    KB: Absolutely. After three years of working with George, I have enormous faith in his storytelling abilities -- I know that I can give him pages I wouldn't dare give to another penciler, and he'll make them work. I also know a lot about what he most likes to draw and what he doesn't, and he knows that I trust him, that he can take the story and rework it, staging it his way as long as it tells the underlying story. So yeah, that familiarity and experience gave us a very solid grounding. Plus, George is very much the 800-pound gorilla on this book -- polite and considerate, but he's indispensable to the project, and having George saying, "I want to do it this way" made it easier to set it up the way we wanted it.

     August 7, 2003 | JLA/A #1 Signed X-World Exclusive
    From X-World Comics

    JLA/AVENGERS 1 X-CLUSIVE CREATOR SIGNED

    DUE IN NOV 2003

    EARLY BIRD SPECIAL-SAVE $14!!

    The biggest event of the year, signed by the writer!

    Signed by the writer, Kurt Busiek Limited to only 200 in the entire world. Each set comes signed and numbered with a Sealed Certificate of Authenticity

    US$15.99
    Was US$29.99 


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