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WIZARD SPECIAL: AVENGERS #1 (1999) Wizard Press

cover:  George Perez
WIZARD SPECIAL: AVENGERS #1
Date:  1999
Cover Price:  $3.99
Publisher: Wizard Press

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Avengers Special

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    • Marv Wolfman and George Perez not screen credited in Titans Gerry Conway @gerryconway writes: TITANS (Television Show) (12 Oct 2018) Warner Bros F**king disgusting that @DCComics did not give screen credit to @marvwolfman and @perezartist for creating half the characters in Titans, only "based on characters from DC" as if DC created them. Yet lots of space for SIX Executive Producer credits. Compare the treatment creators receive on the @Marvel @netflix shows. There's no excuse for @DCComics treating creators like this. It's appalling. Shameful. Every fan should be outraged. Bill Finger, Jerry Robinson, Arnold Drake, Bob Brown-- all ignored. Would it have cost you anything to give credit where credit is due, @DCComics? "Based on characters from DC," that's just pathetic. Fix this. Do the right ...
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    George Perez's Scarlet Witch does not wear underwear

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    WIZARD SPECIAL: AVENGERS #1 (1999)
    Wizard Press

    Wizard Magazine's 1999 “Avengers Special” issue featured an interview with Kurt Busiek and George Perez, the writer and artist respectively of the Avengers comics at the time. When asked for a fact about the Avengers that only he would know, Perez declared to the world that Scarlet Witch “rarely wears underwear.”

    Looking at Perez’s design for Scarlet Witch, it’s easy to imagine her going commando in that revealing outfit. It might not be the most practical decision for fighting but the costume in general isn’t particularly practical. Perez supposedly created his distinctive design as a way to pay tribute to the character’s Romani heritage, but SOMETHING about it gives the impression that there was an additional motive in the design process, and that motive was fan service!


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