Checklist‎ > ‎DC Comics‎ > ‎Flash‎ > ‎Flash (1959)‎ > ‎

FLASH #289 (Sep 1980) DC Comics

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

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

  • DC Comics‎ > ‎Flash‎ > ‎Flash (1959)‎ > ‎
  • Recent Announcements

    • Marvel: The First 80 Years to spotlight Kurt Busiek & George Perez's Avengers From www.cbr.com MARVEL COMICS FIRST 80 YEARS (Nov 2020) Titans Comics Marvel Comics turned 80 last year and the celebration is still going strong. In November, Titan Comics will release a hardcover, illustrated companion book detailing the publisher's rich history. Appropriately titled Marvel: The First 80 Years, the book explores Marvel comics, creators, culture and merchandise.
      Posted Oct 27, 2020, 4:36 PM by Vu Sleeper
    Showing posts 1 - 1 of 5368. View more »
    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
    Related
    FLASH #289 (Sep 1980)
    DC Comics

    FLASH #289 (UK) (Sep 1980)
    DC Comics
    xxxx

    13th Dimension: George Perez's first DC work - Firestorm

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

    From 13thdimension.com

    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.


    Comments