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AVENGERS #201 (Nov 1980) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
Terry Austin
Date: Nov 1980
Cover Price: $0.50


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    Moviegoers have been familiarized with J.A.R.V.I.S. since the first Iron Man film in 2008, as the artificial intelligence that assists Tony Stark around his home and inside the Iron Man suit itself. But more recently, fans of the live-action Marvel adaptations have been treated to a slightly more tangible version of the character with James D’Arcy portraying Edwin Jarvis in the Agent Carter miniseries currently airing on ABC.

    Edwin Jarvis first appeared in Tales of Suspense #59 in November of 1964 as the butler to Tony Stark and the Avengers. He often served as an advisor and father figure to many of the team members, but being so close with a superhero team often put him in harm’s way. It’s been up to the butler to defend from the likes of Doctor Doom and Loki, and despite these threats, he’s remained loyal to the Avengers. Though he has no powers or technology of his own, Jarvis is a remarkably skilled hand-to-hand fighter and was actually a boxing champion of the Royal Air Force. His military combat training has helped him escape many predicaments over the years.

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    This variant cover is a tribute/swipe of "The Avengers" (Marvel, 1963 series) #201 by George Perez.


    Avengers #201 used on cover of Ed Hannigan: Covered
    posted Feb 20, 2010 10:15 PM by vu sleeper

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    AVENGERS #201 (Nov 1980)
    Note the cover of AVENGERS #201 (Nov 1980) (by George Perez and Terry Austin) is shown on the cover of ED HANNIGAN: COVERED book... which suggests he designed the cover:


    Hero Initiative will be holding a special VIP party celebrating Ed Hannigan: Covered at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco Friday, April 2 during WonderCon! More party details and ticket info will be coming soon!

    Meantime, here's some of the GREAT original art produced by some of Ed's friends for the Ed Hannigan: Covered book! ALL these pieces will be auctioned off with proceeds benefiting Ed the night of Friday, April 2.
    If you cannot attend and would like to bid by proxy, please contact Hero's Joe Davidson.
    All proxy bids MUST be in to Joe by no later than midnight, Thursday, April 1—no foolin'!
    • Tom Lyle, 11x17 pencil and ink, recreation of Avengers #223
    • Andy Smith (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks) 11x17 recreation of Thor #329
    • Aaron Sowd, 11x17 inks on blueline pencils, recreation of Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #64. This piece ALSO comes with five of Sowd's preliminary pencil pages, and a color printout of the final art.
    • Claude St. Aubin, 11x17 pencil and ink, Spider-Man specialty piece
    • Jim Valentino (pencils), Keith Champagne (inks) 11x17 "Ed Hannigan's Universe," recreation of DC Sampler #1
    Links and Information
    For a MUST-read interview with Ed on Ed Hannigan: Covered and more, Click HERE!
    @ Atomic Comics Blog

    Ed Hannigan: Covered is now an exhibit at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, showcasing Ed's great career! Visit the museum at:
    655 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    And for more info on the exhibit, click HERE