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WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1 (1988) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1
Date: May 1988
Cover Price: $1.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    • Bedrock City Interview From Vu BEDROCK CITY COMIC (Signing) (24 Feb 2018) Clear Lake, Texas There's a lot of yada yadas in the first few minutes, so if you skip 30 minutes, the actual interview will start. Direct download (50mb) at uncannyuniverse.podbean.com Some notable items from the George Perez interview: • George Perez is basically "retired". He admits to taking too long to draw, due to his deteriorating eye sight.  Plus the royalties from Teen Titans, he is comfortable financially that he doesn't have to work. • When asked if he wants to write for Marvel or DC, George absolutely refused. It's understandable, as his last writing gig on Superman (in 2011) had numerous changes, re-writes, and disapproval (even ...
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    Credits
    "Bird of Paradise/Bird of Prey!" (22 pages) 
    writer:  George Perez
    art: 
    George Pérez
    Brian Bolland
    Chris Marrinan
    Art Adams
    John Bolton
    Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez

    Curt Swan
    Ross Andru
    Willie Blyberg
    Bob McLeod
    Mark Farmer
    colors:  N/A
    letters:  N/A
    editor:  N/A
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    Celebrate George Perez's birthday with these iconic covers

    posted Jun 9, 2017, 10:40 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1 (1988)
    DC Comics
    Covers on Infinite Earths: The iconic covers of George Pérez
    Matthew Funk Fri, Jun 09, 2017 12:00pm



    It's hard to nail down what George Pérez is best known for.

    He's the definitive Teen Titans artist. He's also the definitive Wonder Woman artist. The definitive Avengers artist. He can do solo books, but he also set the standard for huge cosmic event comics at both Marvel and DC. His work is explosively action-packed, emotive and joyful, with a keener sense for layout and design than pretty much any other artist in comics.

    It's impossible to narrow down his incredible artistic achievements, but there is one thing we can tell you for sure: today is his birthday. The legendary artist of celebrated runs on everything from Fantastic Four to Justice League of America, was born on this day in 1954 ... and his work is just as vibrant and influential today as it has ever been.

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