COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1061 (18 Mar 1994)

cover: George Perez
COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1061
18 Mar 1994
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Krause Publication (www.comicsbuyersguide.com)

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COMICS BUYERS GUIDE #1061 March 18, 1994. Comics Buyer's Guide (CBG) is the longest-running English-language periodical reporting on the American comic book industry. It was founded in 1971 primarily as an advertising venue by Alan Light under the title The Buyer's Guide to Comics Fandom. Features article and comics related to the Comic Book Collecting hobby. This one features Ghost Rider 2099, An interview with Chuck Dixon, Barry Blair discuses Elfquest, The Spirit by Will Eisner, Columns by Tony Isabella, Peter David, and much more. Printed on newsprint, this one is still in good shape.

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    COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1061 (18 Mar 1994)

    Peter David: The J.J. Sachs statue and more
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    COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1061 (18 Mar 1994)

    JJ SACHS STATUE (1993)
    The J.J. Sachs statue and more
    Nov 08  2010

    Originally published March 18, 1994, in Comics Buyer’s Guide #1061

    Maybe once a year or so, I indulge in a column that’s mostly self-promotion. So here’s your warning that the following is largely a commercial announcement. If you want, you can skip past it to another section that starts “Now this is interesting…”

    When George Perez and I were first embarking on Sachs & Violens, we would be attending conventions and eyeing covetously the sort of statues produced by Randy Bowen Designs and thinking, “Wouldn’t it be really cool if there were a J.J. Sachs statue?” (J.J. being our whip-cracking, lip-smacking heroine).

    Eventually, with the help of colorist John Stracuzzi, we hooked up with Randy himself and worked out the details. For Randy, producer of such pieces as the Sandman, Death and Doc Savage statues, it would be a pleasant change of pace since there would be no convoluted legal and approval system for him to go through. In this case, every step of the way needed the okay from exactly one guy: George, since he had final say over all artistic matters relating to Sachs and Violens. George worked closely with Randy and his diligent art team because—since this was the first 3-D rendering of any Perez-drawn character—he wanted to make sure it was done right.

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