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FRINGE: TALES FROM THE FRINGE #4 (Variant) (Sep 2010) Wildstorm Publishing

cover:  Carlos D'Anda
JJ Kirby
Michael Lopez
FRINGE: TALES FROM THE FRINGE #4 (Variant)
Date: Sep 2010
Cover Price: $3.99
Publisher:  Wildstorm Publishing (wildstorm.com)

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 Information from dccomics.com

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Written by ALEX KATSNELSON & MATTHEW PITTS and DANIELLE DISPALTRO • Art by JULIUS GOPEZ and FIONA STAPLES • Cover by DIEGO LATORRE • 1:10 Photo variant cover

In the first tale, Nina Sharp must choose between her arm, her life...or something even more precious. In the second story, a beautiful young woman finds her youth drained away in a matter of minutes and is willing to do anything to get it back.

Wildstorm | 32pg. | Color | Softcover | $3.99 US
On Sale September 22, 2010

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    CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 (Oct 1985)
    DC Comics


    FRINGE: TALES FROM THE FRINGE #4 (Variant) (Sep 2010)
    Wildstorm Publishing

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    Fringe's Crisis cover by Juvaun Kirby and Carlos D'Anda

    posted Jan 17, 2017, 8:55 PM by Vu Nguyen


    CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 (Oct 1985)
    DC Comics


    FRINGE: TALES FROM THE FRINGE #4 (Variant) (Sep 2010)
    Wildstorm Publishing

    According to gamefilia.com, the Fringe alternate Crisis #7 cover (featuring a Supergirl holding a dead Superman) the Fringe's Crisis art was originally drawn by Juvaun Kirby, but the actual published version used on the television show and comic book cover, was modified by Carlos D'Anda by copying Kirby's cover and changing Supergirl's hair. 

    Image below for comparison.

    Juvaun Kirby:
    Carlos D'Anda:



    Fringe: Tales From the Fringe #4 variant cover features Crisis #7 homage
    posted Sep 25, 2010 1:25 AM by vu sleeper

    From Ilke


    FRINGE: TALES FROM THE FRINGE #4 (Variant) (Sep 2010)
    Variant cover features Crisis #7 homage





    Black and white version of Fringe's Crisis on Infinite Earths #7
    posted Jun 25, 2010 10:47 PM by vu sleeper
    From gelatometti2.blogspot.com, thanks to Ilke

    Earth Fringe
    Posted by Gelatomettista at Friday, May 21, 2010  7:57 PM 

    (excerpt)

    Yesterday's birthday boy, Carlos D'Anda drew the Justice League #1 cover and, with the help of JJ Kirby and Michael Lopez, finished the Crisis on Infinite Earths #7. Colors are by JJ Kirby and Carrie Strachan, respectively and our own Randy Mayor colored the Red Lantern/Red Arrow cover by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert. Larry Berry also created the Superman Returns and Death of Batman #75 covers with help from fellow art director, Ed Roeder.

    You can read more from Geoff Johns and Hank Kanalz, plus see all of the covers in full-color on DC's The Source blog.

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    posted May 22, 2010 1:42 PM by vu sleeper [ updated May 22, 2010 2:21 PM ]
    From Vu
    Just a quickie since this iPad ability to edit text isn't as full-featured as a desktop version. I wanted to say that it was a surprise to watch my favorite series FRINGE to see CRISIS #7 in the background. In this alternate Earth, Superman died in the arms of Supergirl). You can read more details on the Source DC blog. (images to come later).



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