JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195 (Oct 1981) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195
Date: Oct 1981
Cover Price: $0.60
Publisher: dccomics.com 

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    Credits
    "Targets on Two Worlds" (25 pages)
    writer:  Gerry Conway
    art:  George Perez
    John Beatty
    colors:  Gene D'Angelo
    letters:  Todd Klein
    editor:  Len Wein
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    Aparofan's World Of Comics: Justice League Of America #195 October, 1981
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    Justice League Of America #195 October, 1981
    posted by Mike Middleton @ 1:41 PM Friday, August 08, 2008

    One of my first exposures to the great George Perez was this 1981 edition of the famed Justice League/Justice Society team ups. This was around the same time Perez started doing the New Teen Titans, which was another book I loved. I was immediately attracted to Perez' super clean and dynamic style. You could tell he was influenced by Curt Swan, who I really loved at the time (and still do). In this tale, they take on the aforementioned Secret Society Of Super-Villains. Nobody could draw large groups of heroes and villains like Perez, then or now.


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    Comics Buyer's Guide #1624 (released in October 2006) includes Brad Meltzer's comments on his '10 Favorite Covers,' and 4 of them were drawn by George:
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