cover:  George Perez
Date: Mar 1982
Cover Price: $1.50
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    • Marvel or DC doesn't have to ask fan permission to reprint their fan commission From Vu THE WAR OF THE REALMS (George Perez cover) (Apr 2019) Marvel Comics I was under the impression that Marvel or DC had to ask the fan who commissioned the artist... but apparently, not true according to Robert F, who had his Jim Steranko art used, but was not asked or notified. Imagine one day you go to the comic store and saw your commission on a comic book cover and had no idea how it got there? Legally, I guess they don't have to pay or ask permission... but it doesn't make it right. I've read an interview with George Perez a long time ago, that he stated that DC and Marvel grant him permission ...
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    "A League Divided" (72 pages)
    writer:  Gerry Conway 
    art:  George Pérez
    Pat Broderick
    Jim Aparo
    Dick Giordano
    Gil Kane
    Carmine Infantino
    Brian Bolland
    Joe Kubert
    Terry Austin
    Brett Breeding
    Frank Giacoia
    Joe Kubert School
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    letters:  N/A
    editor:  N/A
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    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #200 (Digital) (24 Sep 2011)
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    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #4 (Australia) (Aug 1984)

    SUPER POWERS #3 (Brazil) (Nov 1986)
    art by Brendon Fraim/Brian Fraim, homage to JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #200 (Mar 1982)

    from John Joshua

    Justice League of America #200 original cover artwork

    posted Dec 7, 2017, 3:07 PM by Vu Nguyen

    Jim G asks:

    I was wondering if a version of the cover of Justice League of America #200 exists without all the text and logos?!?

    Answer: No.  Most of the comic drawn in 80s or earlier had logos glued onto the artwork.

    Here is the original JLA #200 original cover artwork, courtesy of comics.ha.com

    Fred Hembeck's homage to JLA #200

    posted Aug 3, 2011 8:55 PM by vu sleeper

    From George G

    This is a recreation of the cover of JLA no. 200, the first comic book I ever read. Thanks, sis!

    Art is by the incredibly talented Fred Hembeck.

    News: Perez Firestorm Tattoo

    April 29, 2005 08:39 pm
     From Rev. O.J. Flow
     FIRESTORM TATTOO (Apr 2005) from Rev. O.J. Flow
    Just wanted to show you guys the new Firestorm tattoo I got.

    It’s a George Perez illustration originally from Justice League of America #200 (1982).

    My tattoo artist is Patrick Cornolo.

     June 28, 2004 12:01 am | Pulse Asks How Did You Get Into Comics?
    From Pulse
    IPO: GATEWAY: How Did You Get Into Comics?
    posted 06-23-2004 03:30 PM


    On a related topic: favorite all-time issues? Well, I obviously have great affinity for that Star Wars, and I hold Uncanny X-Men #125 in high regard, as it was my first association with the merry mutants. But my favorite comic of all time still has to be Justice League of America #200. It's the later-eight members of the League vs. the original seven, who were possessed by the aliens they fought in their first adventure. You had 72 pages (with a spine!), a cracking good story by Gerry Conway and art by George Perez, Brian Bolland, Pat Broderick, Dick Giordano, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Jim Aparo, and Gil Kane. In my mind that will always be tough to beat.

    I broach this topic with you for a couple of reasons. I’m always genuinely interested as to why or how people get into certain things. And I wonder why the readership is regarded as “shrinking”. Consider the surfeit of comics films that are out these days, couple that with the popularity of Justice League on Cartoon Network, and multiply by the old-school issuances on DVD. Factor in ABC Family’s prodigious Marvel animated block, and I wonder why the transition isn’t being made. Are kids just sticking with video games? Is the audience gravitating to manga? Or is the loss of the grocery store spinner rack more devastating than we thought?

     December 20, 2002 | Daily Planet (Dec 81)
    From ES
    From WORLD'S FINEST #277 (Mar '82)
    volume 81, issue #19
    December 1981
    editor: Bob Rozakis
    production: Jodi Saviuk

    JLA REACHES #200

    (DC, New York) - it's time for the 200th issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA and to celebrate the occasion, editor Len Wein is preparing an 80-page spectacular tale featuring the artwork of some of the greatest artists in comics.

    Gerry Conway is the scripter of this fabulous adventure which includes a framing sequence drawn by JLA-regular George Pérez and individual chapters by a variety of pencillers: Superman and Hawkman join forces in the hands of Joe Kubert; Carmine Infantino handles the teamwork of the The Flash and J'onn J'onzz in pages penciled by Pat Broderick; Jim Aparo serves up the team of Aquaman, Red Tornado and the Phantom Stranger; Wonder Woman and Zatanna combine magic and mythology courtesy of Dick Giordano; Gil Kane unites The Atom and Green Lantern; and Batman, Green Arrow and Black Canary are brought together again thanks to Brian Bolland.

    It's a special package that's well worth the $1.50 cover price, so get to your comics dealer early the week of December 3rd to make sure you don't miss JUSTICE LEAGUE #200 !