WONDER WOMAN (Oct 2001), art by George Pérez. Commissioned by
PATRICK STRANGE and GEORGE PEREZ (Oct 2001) from Patrick Strange
PATRICK STRANGE, GEORGE PEREZ, and JERRY GAYLORD (Oct 2001) from Patrick Strange
| October 5, 2003 | Perez's Baltimore 2002 Sketch
Why George Perez is the Coolest Cat in Comics
posted 10/5/03 4:32 AM
At last year's Baltimore Comic Con, I asked George on Saturday if he'd
be able to do a sketch of my wife in her wedding dress on the following
day. He was already booked up for Saturday, but he took the picture I'd
brought anyway and WORKED ON IT IN HIS HOTEL ROOM THAT NIGHT.
This is the photograph I gave him:
And this is what George came up with:
This was one of her Christmas gifts that year (she's a big fan of George's work on Wonder Woman) and you have NO idea how hard it was for me to keep my mouth shut about this sketch for three months. :)
She loved it, George. Thanks again.
And that's why he's the coolest cat in comics.
There are also a couple of other Pérez sketches on
Russ Anderson's ALL ABOUT RUSS. I am hosting the images above because geocities does not allow direct image linking.)
From Baltimore Comic-Con
| September 8, 2001 |
Baltimore Comic-Con 2001
Sunday, October 28th 2001
The Towson Sheraton 10:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.
$5.00 admission. Kids under 12 in costume FREE with parent!
Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD,
Captain America, History
The Avengers, New Teen Titans,
Wonder Woman, Gen13,
|October 2, 2000 |
News For 10/2/00
The Baltimore Comic-Con
will be held Oct. 29 at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel in Towson,
Md. Scheduled guests include: George Perez, Walt Simonson, Mark Waid,
Frank Cho, Murphy Anderson, Roy Thomas, Marc Hempel, Dina Simmons
(a.k.a. Crimson Plague), the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, Insight
Studios, Realm Press, and many more! For more information, please visit http://www.comicon.com/baltimore/.