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ULTRAFORCE / AVENGERS #1 (Fall 1995) Malibu/Marvel

cover:  George Perez
Date: Fall 1995
Cover Price: $3.95
Publisher: Malibu/Marvel


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    UltraForce/Avengers #1's splash page inked by Jack Scarma

    posted Jan 20, 2020, 9:24 PM by Vu Nguyen

    From Vu, thanks to Ilke

    ULTRAFORCE / AVENGERS #1 (Fall 1995)
    NOTE: Jon Statema's name is crossed off and replaced with Jack Scarma, who helped inked this piece with George Perez.

    Also, it's interesting to see American Flagg!, Ash, Crimson Plague, Conan, Groo the Wanderer, I-Bots, and Sachs & Violens in the splash page.


    Primary Artist Name: GEORGE PEREZ
    Secondary Artist Name: JON STATEMA
    Year: 1995
    Dimensions: The art has an image area of approximately 21" x 15".

    Avengers vs Ultraforce original artwork

    posted Sep 11, 2019, 8:55 PM 

    A Graduate of Pomona writes:

    AVENGERS / ULTRAFORCE #1 (Oct 1995)

    ULTRAFORCE / AVENGERS #1 (Fall 1995)
    George Perez, (American, 1954 - )

    Original Art (32 X 21 inches) for both the front (left side of art) and back (right side of art) covers of 2 comic books, Avengers vs Ultraforce (Marvel Comics, 1995) (bottom half of art) and Ultraforce vs. Avengers (Malibu Comics, 1995) (top half of art). This art in its entirety was also used for a poster of the combined images of all 4 cover images,.

    News: Panini Italy Remembers Ultraverse

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    AVENGERS / ULTRAFORCE #1 (Oct 1995)

    AVENGERS / ULTRAFORCE #1 (Oct 1995)
    L'Ultraverse è un universo supereroistico creato dalla Malibu comics all'inizio degli anni '90. Inizialmente le storie dei personaggi Ultraverse sono state pubblicate in Italia dalla General Press, sulle serie Strangers e Freex, e dalla Star Comics,su Prime e Starmagazine. Con l'acquisizione dell'etichetta da parte della Marvel Comics, e il conseguente inserimento dei personaggi Ultraverse nel Marvel Universe, anche i diritti di pubblicazione sono passati a Marvel Italia. La pubblicazione delle serie Ultraverse è cessata nella seconda metà degli anni '90 in USA e, di conseguenza, anche in Italia. Riportiamo qui la descrizione degli albi Ultraverse editi da Marvel Italia.


    Serie di tre albi, 1995, esauriti.
    Miniserie di tre albi (numerati da -3 a -1) che funge da trade d’union tra le serie Malibu/Ultraverse pubblicate dalla Star Comics e dalla General Press e le nuove serie PRIME e ULTRAFORCE di Marvel Italia, create in seguito all'acquisto dei diritti dell'universo Ultimate da parte della Marvel Comics. I tre albi contengono storie di Firearm (di James Robinson), Prime, Mantra e Rune (di Barry Windsor Smith).

    Serie di quattro albi, 1995-1996, esauriti.
    Quattro numeri, numerati dallo 0 al 3, che ospitano le avventure del supergruppo Ultraforce, disegnate dal grande George Perèz e brevi racconti di Contrary, Hardcase, Mantra, Prototype, Lord Pumpkin ed Eliminator. La serie Ultraforce prosegue su VENDICATORI/ULTRAFOCE: PRELUDIO (MARVEL MINISERIE 27). Del numero zero di questa collana esiste una variant cover gold.

    Numero unico, 1996, esaurito.
    Albo speciale che raccoglie due storie di Ultraforce, scritte da Hank Kanalz e Marv Wolfman e disegnate da George Perèz, e l'albo speciale Avengers\Ultraforce: Prelude che funge da prologo alla miniserie Avengers\Ultraforce pubblicata su WIZ 13/15.

     January 5, 2004 | Riggs Interview on OcraFresh
    From OcraFresh, thanks to Ilke  and christophe

    Interview with Robin Riggs
    Monday, March 10, 2003 11:59:24 AM
    by Tim O'Shea

    I need to do more interviews like this. While the writer and artist are important elements of comic book storytelling, the other roles are of equal importance (considering the failure in execution of any storytelling element can compromise the overall quality). With this in mind, I recently e-interviewed Robin Riggs about his skills in terms of inking and his other storytelling talents. I thank Robin for his time and thoughts. Enjoy. And please be sure to visit his website at


    O’Shea: How intimidated were you when you first had the opportunity to ink or otherwise collaborate with an industry giant (such as George Perez)?

    Riggs: I only got to do 2 pages over George. It was an absolute pleasure to do it but I didn't have time to be intimidated. As I remember I had to do the pages overnight and FedEx them out the day after I received them. Alan Davis is the only other person I've worked with who I'd put in the same league as George. Alan's been a really good friend for way too long for me to be intimidated by his work. We've talked at such length about the things he does and why he does them that I have a comfort level approaching his work that comes from feeling that I have a pretty good understanding of what he's trying to achieve on the page.