COMICS INTERVIEW #78 (1990) Fictioneer

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COMICS INTERVIEW #78
Date: 1990
Cover Price: $10.00
Publisher: Fictioneer

Description
Magazine (47 pages)
Pinup: George Perez
Editors: David Anthony Kraft/Jim Salicrup/Bill Chadwick/various
Cover scan from Ilke


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     August 13, 2004 03:55 pm | Site Update
    From Ilke Hincer (email)
    Cover from mycomicshop.com

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     July 28, 2004 12:00 am | Comics Interview #78 Interior Page
    From Ilke Hincer (email)
    COMICS INTERVIEW INTERIOR PAGE (1990)

    Here's the Perez-related page from Comics Interview #78.

     March 24, 2001 | Comics Interview #78
    From Ilke Hincer
      Here's an image of the original Batman art by Perez which appeared in Comics Interview #78, published in 1990. It was included in an interview with Todd Reis, who had accumulated quite a collection of Batman art by a number of artists. Here's the excerpt dealing with the Perez piece:

      Darrel L. Boatz (interviewer): Next we have a George Perez Batman, very obviously CRISIS related.

      Todd Reis: Right. It's sort of a fisheye look at the city with Batman swinging towards you. He colored it interestingly. Personally, I think it might have been better left in black and white.

      Darrel: Well, but the red sky makes it obviously a CRISIS piece. I don't mean to pry about how you felt about the CRISIS or anything, you already commented on that about the Huntress-

      Todd: I felt it needed to be done. I mean, I can really sympathize with the way things were going with the stories upon stories and the revisions upon revisions, and times change.

      Darrel: I was wondering how your feelings for the CRISIS affected your feelings for this piece?

      Todd: It doesn't faze it, to me it's just a George Perez piece. In fact, I don't think I've ever thought about it being CRISIS related myself. You say "red sky," the same could be said of the piece Giordano did.

      Darrel: Well, it's red sky with lightning and by George Perez.

      Todd: Actually, it's more of a dark purple sky.


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