PEREZ OBSCURA #1 (1996) Pacesetter Productions

cover:  George Perez
PEREZ OBSCURA #1
Date:  1996
Cover Price: $15.00
Publisher: Pacesetter Productions

Description
Self-published by George Perez (aka Pacesetter Productions), this is an extremely limited book... and because of copyright and legal reasons, this book will never be published again.

100 copies only. Sold at the Chicago Con 1996 and Heroes Con 1996 only.

Information from Erik and Andy Mangels' THE PÉREZ ARCHIVES #1 (Jul 2001) CBLDF, scan from Jack Malley. Special thanks to Marcus Mebes.

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