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WONDER WOMAN #49 (Dec 1990) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
WONDER WOMAN #49
Date:  Dec 1990
Cover Price: $1.00
Publisher:  dccomics.com

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Boston's WBST-TV profiles Wonder Woman in a feature report, providing interviews with Diana's friends and colleagues, and recapping her adventures to date.



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    • C2E2: Raven commission Brian H writes RAVEN (Mar 2019) art by George Perez for C2E2 2019 from Brian H George Perez announced his retirement this year. I counted down the minutes until I could contact his art rep to set up a commission for his final C2E2 appearance. I was extremely lucky to get on his list. I wanted a character he created and since I'd just read "The Terror of Trigon" I went for the Devil's daughter herself, Raven. I'll cherish this wonderful piece for the rest of my days. Thank you George.
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    Credits
    "Look Back In Wonder: The Story so Far" (22 pages) 
    writer:  George Perez
    art:  Colleen Doran
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    Collen Doran on Wonder Woman, Jim Lee, JMS, and the pants
    posted Aug 8, 2011 3:31 AM by vu sleeper

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    WONDER WOMAN #49 (Dec 1990)
    Wonder Woman, Jim Lee, JMS, and the pants
    by Colleen Doran on July 30th, 2011

    A lot of internet natter following my Wonder Woman concept design sketches for J Michael Straczynski. It’s a good thing I have most comics commentary sites on block or on strict time limits, or I’d have been sucked down the rabbit hole. My editors want me to get my books done, dontcha know.

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    Anyway, some nice folks asked why DC had never hired me to draw Wonder Woman before. Well, I’ve drawn Wonder Woman several times, including a stint as fill-in artist for George Perez. The last time I got to play with Wondy was in 1997 in a 48 page comic written by Trina Robbins inked by Jackson Guice. Jackson is a terrific artist and a wonderful person, but we did not mesh well, and the book was not entirely well-received.




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