From Ilke Hincer
In Wizard #179's gallery of 43 covers which were "spawned" by the cover of Space Adventures #24,
it's written that "for behind-the-scenes creator commentary, log on to
wizarduniverse.com now!" And in small print it says "special thanks to
Neal Adams, Tom Brevoort, Alan Davis, Mark Evanier, Geoff Johns, Doug
Mahnke, George Perez and Alex Ross for their contributions."
So...did George provide "creator commentary" for the covers of Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 and maybe even Mighty Mouse #4? And will his comments be going up soon on www.wizarduniverse.com? That would be my guess.
November 14, 2002 | Crisis: Influential
For a series that no one was supposed to remember (except the Pyscho Pirate), it sure comes up a lot...
DEADMAN: DEAD AGAIN #1 had a one-page
article at the end, talking about how CRISIS continues to be the most
influential series ever produced. George is mentioned as well as the
cover to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8 was shown.
MIGHTY MOUSE #5 was signed as Ernie Pérez
so for the longest time I thought that George had inked the cover, this
is false. George did, however, drew the cover to MIGHTY MOUSE #4 (which was based on his own cover to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7.)