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SUPANOVA WONDER WOMAN LIMITED PRINT (Apr 2010)

cover:
colors:
George Perez
Mina Rho

SUPANOVA WONDER WOMAN LIMITED PRINT
Apr 2010
Supanova (www.supanova.com.au)

Limited edition print of 200
Scan from Hung Lieu

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    SUPANOVA WONDER WOMAN LIMITED PRINT (Apr 2010)
     

    Supanova Wonder Woman Limited Edition Print limited to 200
    posted Feb 19, 2010 10:35 PM by vu sleeper

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    SUPANOVA WONDER WOMAN LIMITED PRINT (Apr 2010)

    SUPANOVA, Brisbane, Australia (04/09/10 - 04/11/10)

    SUPANOVA, Melbourne, Australia (04/16/10 - 04/18/10)
    George Perez has just sent us a brilliant Wonder Woman illustration magnificently coloured by newcomer Min Rho! We'll be producing it as a Limited Edition Print of 200 with our Supanova VIP and Wolfman & Perez ticket-holders each receiving a complimentary one. With those 140 accounted for and another 20 heading back overseas with Mr. Perez there's only going to be a maximum surplus of 20 prints per expo.


    Wonder Woman commission colored by Mina Rho
    posted Dec 23, 2009 5:46 AM by vu sleeper
    From George Pérez

    WONDER WOMAN (2009), art by George Perez, colors by Mina Rho
    A wonderful young artist named Mina Rho asked my permission to color the Wonder Woman commission I drew about a week ago. Her final work was so incredible I felt I needed to show it here. For some reason, Mina had originally flopped the image so that the sword would be in Diana's right hand. Unfortunately, this placed ...the lasso on the wrong hip, so I flopped it back again. I wish Mina would have signed it as well-- she deserves every recognition for this fabulous work..



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