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cover:  George Perez
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WHO'S WHO #1 TPB
Date:  Jun 2007
Cover Price:  $16.99
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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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    News Sun, 28 Jan 2007 02:47:39 CST Ilke
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    SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WHO'S WHO #1 TPB (Dec 2006)
    DC Comics

    Showcase Presents: Who's Who (Paperback)
    by Len Wein, George Perez
    List Price: $16.99

    Publisher: DC Comics (June 6, 2007)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1401212662
    ISBN-13: 978-1401212667

    News: DC Announces New Collection

    Tue, 12 Sep 2006 18:52:03 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.newsarama.com
    DC ANNOUNCES NEW COLLECTIONS; BLACK DOSSIER DELAY
    09-11-2006, 10:06 PM

    SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WHO'S WHO #1 TPB (Dec 2006)
    DC Comics

    Monday evening at their Diamond Retail Summit presentation, DC announced a handful of new collections coming out in 2007, including an Absolute version of Wildcats, as well as a two volume Showcase collection of Who's Who from the late '80s and a four-volume, color hardcover project entitled New Gods Omnibus, which will collect Jack Kirby's entire Fourth World saga between two... er, eight covers.

    We spoke with DC's Collected Editions editor Georg Brewer for more on the latter two projects.

    "It's a two volume Showcase collection, featuring all the original 26 issues of Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe issues," Brewer said. "I've been trying to find a way to do this for a long time, because I love that stuff - I actually have a bound set of the originals in my office from the library because it's just a great reference tool, and was a nice moment in time for a lot of this stuff, and having this format is a perfect one for it."

    (excerpt)

    "We were having meetings about the covers recently, and we're still trying to figure it out. The original covers were those George Perez collection of heroes. Do you pick one? Do you do some kind of quadrant or grid where you show more than one, since we only have two volumes? We're kicking around a lot of different ideas. One of them is taking figures out of a bunch of different original covers, and recombine, and re-ink them to create the gestalt of what those covers were.

    "For me, the things that made Who's Who what it is was the basic design on the inside - the long, narrow figure with the profile bar down the side, and the covers - just these jams of all the characters together. So we're trying to replicate that, but it's an ongoing conversation we're having."

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    News: Showcase Presents: Who's Who

    Tue, 12 Sep 2006 18:51:38 CST [ submitted by Ilke ]
     From www.wizarduniverse.com
    SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WHO'S WHO #1 TPB (Dec 2006)
    DC Comics

    [BCC] DC ANNOUNCES SLATE OF UPCOMING PROJECTS
    By Matt Powell
    Posted September 11, 2006 9:15 PM

    For continuity buffs, Showcase Presents: Who's Who will house all of the popular character records in a two-volume series.

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