PACESETTER: THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (Sep 2006)

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    PACESETTER: THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (Sep 2006)
    cover:
    colors:
    George Pérez
    Marcus Mebes

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7
    Sep 2006
    $6.95
    Tony Lorenz Productions

    Fanzine (100+ pages)

    writer:
    pencils:
    inks:
    editors:
    Tony Lorenz/various
    George Pérez/various
    George Perez/various
    Marcus Mebes/Tony Lorenz


    To order, send to:
    Tony Lorenz []
    8906 Railford Ct.
    Tampa, FL 33615

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  • GEORGE PEREZ NEWSLETTER
  • Pacesetter #7 Feedback
    News Tue, 05 Dec 2006 18:40:40 CST Vu
    From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    feedback for PACESETTER #7
    Reply #1 on Dec 1st, 2006 at 10:10am


    PACESETTER: THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (Sep 2006)
    I received #7 a few days ago and think it's TERRIFIC! It's the first issue of Pacesetter that I've read and think the work is truly top notch. Very impressive.

    I was a big fan of George's in the 70's with very fond memories of his work on the Avengers and Fantastic Four. Especially Avengers #141 which was my first exposure to George's work. I remember sitting on the steps and reading it and just amazed at what I was seeing. So I'll definitely be ordering #8!!

    Tony, you should be very very proud of the fantastic work you've done. It's extremely rare and gratifying to see such high quality on a project that's done just for the love of the subject and not profit.

    Thanks again.

    Doug
    Nova Prime Page

    >>>
    Re: feedback for PACESETTER #7
    Reply #2 on Dec 2nd, 2006 at 10:33pm


    NOVA #14 (Oct 1977)
    Hi thanks for the kind feedback, keep them coming folks, this was a truly not for profit issue, to be honest, I do make a little normally, not much, but that's not why I publish Pacesetter, but this issue was the first issue that I lost money, quite a bit as a matter of fact. But to tell you I get goose bumps everytime I receive my copies from the printers. And it is because of all you great Perez fans.

    One more thing, The Man Called Nova was the first series I really got into as a kid and is still one of my favorite characters and one of my dream comics is a a Nova series written by Marv and drawn by George, that would be awesome.

    One more thing I still have back issues available, drop me a line at for more info.

    Tony Lorenz

    Pacesetter Damaged at Diamond
    News Sat, 18 Nov 2006 20:13:36 CST Tony
    From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    Topic: PACESETTER damaged at Diamond
    Thread Started on 11/18/2006 at 5:32am

    Hi everyone, I just want to let you know that Diamond has informed me that 254 copies that were sent to them somehow got damaged. I tried to get a quote to get them reprinted but being it is such a small press run, it would cost me almost a $1000 out of my pocket for these mistake, which I can't afford, I don't publish PACESETTER to make money, but I don't publish it to lose money, not that much any ways. If you haven't got your copy from your store, I have a very limited number of copies left, 16 to be exact, you can order them directly from me at:

    $8.95 each, US
    $10.95 each Canada
    $12.95 each International.
    If you could only order one copy per person to give as many people a chance to get a copy of my magazine.

    I do have back issue still available, you can e-mail me at

    You can pay by check, moneyorder or paypal

    Tony Lorenz
    8906 Railford Ct.
    Tampa, Fl 33615
    News: Pacesetter Needs Help With Contacts

    Thu, 05 Oct 2006 22:43:16 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    Re: Now taking advance orders for Pacesetter #7
    Reply #9 on Today at 12:12pm

    Hey gang, just want to make sure everyone has received there copy or copies of PACESETTER #7 (contributors and the many great supporters that ordered the book from me). The reason I'm asking, is I didn't over print a lot on this issue, so before I can take any new orders I need to make sure that everyone has received there copies. The following people I've been trying to get a hold of so I can send there package to them, if anybody help me get in contact with the following people that would be much appreciated.

    Rob Jones
    Dick Giordano
    Pat Murphy
    Dan Jurgens
    Geoff Johns
    Marv Wolfman

    Also if you missed a back issue of my magazine they are still available, some issues are sold out, so drop me a line at

    News: Pacesetter #7 Printed

    Sun, 03 Sep 2006 09:27:26 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
      From Tony Lorenz []

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (Sep 2006)

    Re: Now taking advance orders for Pacesetter #7
    Reply #7 on Aug 31st, 2006 at 4:51pm

    Hey gang I have received PACESETTER #7 from printers, all books will be shipped Friday or Saturday. Thanks for the support.

    News: Pacesetter #7 at the Printers

    Wed, 02 Aug 2006 20:35:21 CST [ submitted by Tony Lorenz []
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    PACESETTER: THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (Oct 2006) Now taking advance orders for Pacesetter #7
    Reply #5 on Jul 26th, 2006 at 8:50pm

    Hi everyone, just to let everyone know that I just received the PO from Diamond yesterday, finally. No more advance orders folks, I'm hoping to get the money to the printers by Monday or Tuesday, I hope to get the quote from my printers tomorrow. Thanks for all the support everyone.

    Tony L

    News: Tony On Vacation Until 7/16/2006

    July 11, 2006 12:07 am [ submitted by Tony Lorenz ]
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    out of town until the 16th
    Thread Started on Jul 7, 2006, 6:30pm by tony

    Hey guys, I'm going on vacation until the 16th, so if you e-mail me, you won't hear from me until I get back also the printing should start when I get back, I should get the final numbers from Diamond when I'm on vacation, so if you send any advance orders I will except them up until the 16th. You can advance order via paypal TLorenzp[x]yahoo.com. Thanks for the support.

    News: Advance Orders Pacesetter #7

    July 02, 2006 01:17 am
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    Re: Now taking advance orders for Pacesetter #7
    Reply #4 on Jun 23, 2006, 11:13pm by TO

    one more week on advance orders for PACESETTER #7, it should be going to presses in the next couple of weeks, thanks for all the support.

    Tony L

    News: Diamond Spotlights Pacesetter #7

    May 22, 2006 07:40 pm
     From www.diamondcomics.com
    PACESETTER: THE GEORGE PÉREZ MAGAZINE #7
    Tuesday, May 16, 2006 1:50:38 PM

    In this issue: A Crisis on Infinite Earths theme, with 84 comic-size pages. With interviews and contributions by Jerry Ordway, Dick Giordano, Marv Wolfman, Mark Waid, Dan Jurgens, Geoff Johns, George Pérez and more! This issue has all the usual great features, articles, artwork, checklist, trivia and more, but what makes this issue truly different from all the other magazines out there that has featured Crisis is the over twenty penciled pages from the original Crisis series! (Tony Lorenz Productions) (C: 0-1-2)

    Magazine, SC, 84pgs, B&W..........$6.95

    News: Pacesetter Available For Advance Orders

    March 31, 2006 11:12 pm
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    Now taking advance orders for Pacesetter #7
    Thread Started on Mar 28, 2006, 10:09pm

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (2006)
    I am now taking advance orders, with every advance order you will receive free shipping,the books bagged and boarded and a free print, only available when you advance order. You can order check, money order, US cash for international orders or paypal (TLorenzp[a]yahoo.com). This going to be another awesome issue. A Crisis on Infinite Earths theme, 84 comic size pages. With interview and contributions by Jerry Ordway Dick Giordano, Marv Wolfman, Mark Waid, Dan Jurgens, Geoff Johns, George Perez and more...This issue has all the usual great features, articles, artwork, checklist, trivia and more. What makes this issue truly different from all the magazine out there that has featured Crisis, this issue has over twenty pencil pages from the original Crisis series (big thanks to Jerry O for suppling the copies for this issue. Don't miss out on this issue, as you can see in the back issue ad in the back of PACESETTER that back issue are selling out, so don't miss out.

    $6.95 US
    $7.95 Canada
    $10.95 International (US cash or paypal only)

    Tony Lorenz []
    8906 Railford Ct.
    Tampa, Fl 33615

    For more info and I'm always looking for contributors and if you want to get on my mailing list to get up dates on future issues and sales, you can e-mail me at my new e-mail address at TLorenzp@yahoo.com

    Thanks for all the support.

    Tony Lorenz

    News: Pacesetter #7 Update

    March 08, 2006 10:44 pm
     From Tony Lorenz []

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (2006)
    Pacesetter #7 and more....
    Thread Started on Mar 6th, 2006 at 4:27pm

    Hey gang sorry about the long delay posting anything a lot's been going on. I've just burned the disc with all the material for PACESETTER #7, so I'm sending them off to Marcus to start to put the peices together so we should have a finalized cover price and I should be abale to take orders in the next two weeks, no more orders please until then, thanks for all the support.

    Also I will be switching internet service I'll be going from Aol to Verizon and my new e-mail address is TLorenz101[a]verizon.net (email)

    News: Pacesetter #7 Update

    February 02, 2006 09:30 pm
     From Tony Lorenz []

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (2006)

    SPAWN #1 IN 3D: MCFARLANE MOCCA RETROSPECTIVE EXCLUSIVE (Apr 2006)
    Topic: Spawn 3-D
    Thread Started on 2/2/2006 at 11:38am

    Hi everyone, sorry it's been a while since I've been on the forum, PACESETTER is coming a long, I just received the final peice, Marv Wolfman just sent his interview back to me, I just have a few more Scans and write my editorial and then we can start putting the issue together, so shortly after that we should be able to start taking advance orders, not yet though, please.

    If anybody going to either of those cons a pick me up a copy of the Spawn 3-D, I will pay you double plus shipping. You can e-mail me at TLorenz101[a]aol.com (email) thanks in advance for the help Tony Lorenz

    News: Pacesetter #7 Cover

    December 08, 2005 06:51 pm
     From Marcus Mebes

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #7 (2006)
    News: Pacesetter #7 Update

    December 04, 2005 04:00 am
     From Tony Lorenz []
    Re: PACESETTER #7
    « Reply #2 on Yesterday at 12:01am »

    Hey gang I want to give everyone a little up date how the next issue of PACESETTER is coming, very slow, I've pretty much have gotten all the material for the issue, I just received Jerry Ordway's interview back. I've just got to make some more scans, and to start arranging material to where they are going to go in the book.

    I would still like to have some one to write a review of Marv's new novelization of Crisis, anybody interested? Free copy of the issue and credit in the issue for anybody that contributes the piece. I just got the new collection, beautiful by the way, I was sweating they were going to use a lot of the pencil pages in the bonus book, well they didn't.

    So in this issue (#7), the gallery will be all penciled pages from crisis, 20-25 pages. We're just trying to finalize the final cover art that we are going to use. It's going to be another great issue in my opinion.

    Back issues are still available if anybody is interested, you can e-mail at TLorenz101[a]aol.com (email)

    News: Pacesetter #7 Needs Help

    July 21, 2005 11:34 pm
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com
    PACESETTER #7
    Thread Started on 7/21/2005 at 11:28am

    Hey Gang, how's everyone's summer, because a mix up at the printers, they have already printed P#6 based on last issue, even though I won't get final order numbers from Diamond until the end of the month, but because of that I should be able to ship all advance orders the first part of August instead of the end of Aug/beginning of Sept, so that is good.

    I'm now working on issue #7 the Crisis issue, I would like to get this issue out pretty quick after #6, shooting for November. The bulk of the material I have, big thanks goes out to Kevin Brogan's for that. There's interview question I have to get out to Dick G and contact Bobby Nash on the Focus on Feature. I'm working on the gallery section right now, I have probably 25 penciled pages from Crisis that I hopefully I can use them all in the gallery section, if I have room. I'm working on the checklist. The following are a list of items I need:

    1. A comprehensive review on Marv's novelization of Crisis on Infinite Earth.
    2. I need a Crisis related piece of art to use on the cover, I'm looking a few pieces on Vu's site.
    3. Trivia, Crisis related.
    4. Copies of original art pages from Crisis to use through out the issue.
    5. I need more response for the question of the issue.
    Please help gang, my magazine is only as good as it's contribution, remember you receive credit in the issue, receive free comp copy and or discounts and George receives every issue.

    It you have any questions you can contact me at TLorenz101[a]aol.com []

    Tony Lorenz []

    Thanks for all the help.

    News: Question of the Issue for Pacesetter #7

    June 18, 2005 01:48 pm
     From georgeperez.proboards24.com

    PACESETTER #7 (2005)
    GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO (1990) GEORGE PEREZ PORTFOLIO: WARNER BROTHERS EXCLUSIVE (1990)
    Re: question of the issue for P#7
    Reply #1 on 6/18/2005 at 12:32pm by sjvernon

    The first time I met Mr Perez was at one of the very early Heroes Conventions... just after he had worked on the Titans/Batman crossover for the "Year 3" storyline. I had bought the Perez portfolio and brought that for him to sign.

    So I'd agree Batman is something good to see him work on at DC. I remember some Flash covers also that he did way back, and seeing him on Flash wouldn't hurt my feelings either!

    While he is my all-time favorite artist, and I've enjoyed everything he has been associated with... I think the "defining" Perez for me was his work on revamping Wonder Woman, perhaps because he got to show off not only his knack for detailed art but his writing as well + I am a sucker for mythology.

    News: Question of the Issue for Pacesetter #7

    May 20, 2005 07:15 am
     From Tony Lorenz []
    question of the issue for P#7
    « Thread started on: 05/19/05 at 3:02pm »
    posted by Tony

    Well now that George has signed an exclusive contract with DC, the question of the issue "What would character or book would you like to see George work on and why?"

    Here's a few things I think would be cool to see George work on, Batman (he's never really worked on besides covers and short chapters), any of the Kirby's Fourth World books (they have all grand epics and lots of detail right up George's alley), Mike Grell's Warlord (I don't know why, I just think it would be cool and something different). Those are just a few that I would like to see.

    I would love to hear what other Perez fans would like to see, you can post it in the forum or e-mail me at TLorenz101[a]aol.com [].

    I'm now taking advance orders for issue #6 of PACESETTER and I do still have backissues available, you can contact me at the e-mail above.

    Thanks for all the support.
    Tony Lorenz

    News: Pacesetter #5 Update

    December 24, 2004 11:17 am
     From Tony Lorenz []

    PACESETTER, THE GEORGE PEREZ MAGAZINE #5 (2005)
    Happy Holidays
    « Thread started on: 12/24/04 at 11:51am »

    Hi everyone I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and and a happy New Year, I'm sorry I haven't posted anything lately work and the Holidays have consumed my time.

    Just a little up date on PACESETTER #5, from what I'm told it is looking awesome, I believe the printing is about done and the binding is about to begin, from what I'm told from Marcus the printing is breathtaking so everyone that ordered, you have a really treat coming your way and those who haven't order I will have some copies for sale, after I shipped out the advance orders.

    Thanks for all the support. In a few dates I have more big news on PACESETTER #6 and 7 stay tuned...


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