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FANTASTIC FOUR #191 (Feb 1978) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
Joe Sinnott
FANTASTIC FOUR #191
Date: Feb 1978
Cover Price:  $0.35
Publisher: marvel.com

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    "Four No More" (22 pages)
    writer:  Len Wein
    art:  George Perez
    Joe Sinnott
    colors:  N/A
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    George Perez went through personal crises for Fantastic Four #190

    posted Jun 1, 2019, 11:47 PM by Vu Nguyen

    From tombrevoort.com


    FANTASTIC FOUR #191 (Feb 1978)
    Marvel Comics

    Excerpt: I bought this issue of FANTASTIC FOUR on the Tuesday it came out from my local 7-11. Unfortunately, it represents a bit of a nadir in terms of the quality of the title during this period. Regular penciler George Perez was going through some personal crises at the time, and had blown his deadline on the previous issue, necessitating a reprint to be run in its place. This time out, George had once again failed to produce, and reasoning that running two reprints in a row would mark a finish to the book’s sales, writer/editor Marv Wolfman jammed this issue together in what looks to be about a week’s time.

    NOTE: FANTASTIC FOUR #189 was a reprint of the Fantastic Four Annual #4.



    Champions #18 an homage to Fantastic Four #191?
    posted Jul 12, 2018, 7:51 PM by Vu Nguyen

    From Vu


    FANTASTIC FOUR #191 (Feb 1978)
    Marvel Comics
    I think Humberto Ramos' cover to Champions #18 (released March 28, 2018) is an homage to Fantastic Four #191 (cover by George Perez and Joe Sinnott). What do you think?

    Side by side, it looks very familiar, only the 2018 is updated to an iPad vs old fashion newspaper. There is evidence that it is a nod to Perez, as Ramos and Perez are the two artists who announced that they will no longer attend Pro-Trump states (read about it here )

    Note: Champions #18 was the last one Ramos worked on, as he inscribed on the cover, translated: "Thank you, Champions, it was an honor."

    While you're at it, read George Perez's note to the late Len Wein via this cover artwork here.


    Fantastic Four #191 cover pencils
    posted May 27, 2012 11:00 AM by Vu Sleeper


    FANTASTIC FOUR #191 (Feb 1978)
    Marvel Comics

    Cover pencils to FANTASTIC FOUR #191, initially intended for issue #189, by George Perez. These pencils got lost in the mail, and Joe Sinnott had to ink the cover on a vellum overlay from a photocopy of the pencils.

    There’s a note from George to writer/editor Len Wein in the space for the UPC box:
    NOTE TO LEN: IN PHOTO THEY’RE IN OLD COSTUMES BECAUSE REED NEVER STRETCHED IN HIS NEW ONE (LEAST WAY, NOT SO HE COULD BE PHOTOGRAPHED.)


    from themarvelageofcomics.tumblr.com, thanks to Ilke

     



    News: Fantastic Four Pérez Visionaries #2

    November 10, 2005 09:22 pm
     From Russ Benton
    According to amazon.com, on April 26, 2006, Fantastic Four Visionaries: George Perez Vol. 2 comes out.

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    FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES: GEORGE PEREZ #2 TPB (Apr 2006)
    Fantastic Four Visionaries: George Perez Volume 2 TPB (Paperback)
    by Marv Wolfman, Doug Moench, Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, George Perez, Joe Sinnott, Len Wein, Roger Stern, Chic Stone, John D'Agostino, Mike Esposito, Gene Day
    List Price: $19.99

    Book Description
    One of the FF's top talent gives Mr. Fantastic a really new look... as the Molecule Man! Once the team deals with this ultimate infiltration, they still must face sorcery, Skrulls and super-powered statues! Plus: the power of Franklin Richards! Guest-starring the Texas Twister and the Impossible Man! Collects Fantastic Four #187-188, 191-192, Fantastic Four Annual #14-15, Marvel Two-In-One #60, Adventures of the Thing #3.

    Product Details
    * Paperback: 176 pages
    * Publisher: Marvel Comics (April 26, 2006)
    * Language: English
    * ISBN: 0785120602

     August 10, 2003 | FF #500 Director's Cut Edition
    From Vu

    I put this issue in the Pérez checklist, but it's not really a "must have" item. Similarly like OFFICIAL TEEN TITANS INDEX #5 is not crucial to your collection, but it is worth a small mention.

    FANTASTIC FOUR #500 (Director's Cut Edition) is the first time that a comic book has extra material, like the popular "Director's Cut/Special Edition" DVDs. There's 15 pages of extra material: "Deleted Scenes", sketch designs, "Outakes", Fred Hembeck's "Fantastic Five... Hundred, That Is!!", process of putting a comic book together, Stan Lee's original synopsis for FF #1, and a "Printography".

    The Printography reprints all previous 499 covers of the Fantastic Four, over three pages. Obviously in order to fit all the covers the reprints of each cover is about 3 by 5 cm.

    Here is a small portion of the Printography:


    George Pérez did the following FF covers:

  • Fantastic Four #183 (CP)
  • Fantastic Four #184 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #185 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #186 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #187 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #188 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #191 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #192 (CP, IP)
  • Fantastic Four #194 (CA)
  • Fantastic Four #195 (CP)
  • Fantastic Four #196 (CP)
  • Fantastic Four #197 (CP)
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