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FLASH #289 (Sep 1980) DC Comics

cover:  Don Heck
Dick Giordano
FLASH #289
Date: Sep 1980
Cover Price: $0.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

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Romeo Tanghal is erroneously credited as inker for "Firestorm is Back in Town!"

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    Credits
        "The Good, The Bad, and the Unexpected!" (17 pages)/"Firestorm is Back in Town!" (8 pages) 
    writer:  Cary Bates
    Gerry Conway
    art:  Don Heck
    Frank Chiaramonte George Perez
    Bob Smith 
    colors:  Gene D'Angelo   
    letters:  Ben Oda 
    editor:  Len Wein
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    13th Dimension: George Perez's first DC work - Firestorm

    posted Jun 23, 2019, 5:29 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    FLASH #289 (Sep 1980)
    DC Comics
    Excerpt: And what was interesting in working on that book with Gerry Conway — the creator, with Al Milgrom, of Firestorm — is that he was giving me the same exact scripts he gave Al. … So basically I have to draw this without looking like I’m drawing Al’s book now.

    So, I deliberately couldn’t look at Al Milgrom’s artwork so I could pace it my way, lay it out my way, have the angles being my interpretation of it, but I thought, “Gerry got paid twice now.” (Laughter.) This is the same script! But it was fun.

    What was interesting is that if you saw the credits on the first issue that I did, it says Romeo Tanghal is the inker, and it wasn’t Romeo. It was the inker who did the rest of the series, Bob Smith. So, it was just a mistake on their part.


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