HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1993 (11-13 June 1993), Charlotte, North Carolina

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HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1993
Date:  11-13 June 1993
Location:  Charlotte, North Carolina
Publisher:  heroesonline.com

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    • Marvel or DC doesn't have to ask fan permission to reprint their fan commission From Vu THE WAR OF THE REALMS (George Perez cover) (Apr 2019) Marvel Comics I was under the impression that Marvel or DC had to ask the fan who commissioned the artist... but apparently, not true according to Robert F, who had his Jim Steranko art used, but was not asked or notified. Imagine one day you go to the comic store and saw your commission on a comic book cover and had no idea how it got there? Legally, I guess they don't have to pay or ask permission... but it doesn't make it right. I've read an interview with George Perez a long time ago, that he stated that DC and Marvel grant him permission ...
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    Throwback Thursday: George Perez at Heroes Convention Charlotte 1993

    posted Jan 26, 2017, 9:36 PM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Jan 26, 2017, 9:38 PM ]


    HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1993 (11-12 June 1993)
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    Beta Ray Benny writes:

    Charlotte Heroes Con 1993. Perez's first convention appearance in a long time up until then.



    News: Scarlet Witch Sketch From 1993

    March 12, 2005 04:56 pm
     From www.statueforum.com
    George Perez
    posted 03-07-2005, 01:46 PM by cyberpunk12
    SCARLET WITCH
    (Jun 1993), art by George Pérez/Wade Von Grawbadger at HEROES CONVENTION 1993. Commissioned by cyberpunk12
    I managed to get a Perez sketch several years ago at the Heroes Convention in Charlotte, NC, when I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. Again, he was sketching for a local charity (children with burn injuries, I believe) and it was announced during the show. A full figure pencil sketch was $50 and he was swarmed with requests. I was one of the first few people in line and commissioned him to draw the Scarlet Witch.

    I forget how much, but it seems he was charging $25 more to have it inked. Since he was so swamped and was having to rush a bit to meet demand, I opted to have another inker handle the sketch... Wade Von Grawbadger. The pencils were a bit rough, so some of its patented Perez-ish facial qualities were lost in the inking... but it's still a fave. I'll post a pic later.

    George Perez has to be one of the best in the biz when it comes to charity work. He used to be a staple at the Heroes shows, but hasn't made it in recent years. He's a great guy, always friendly, and one of the most talented artists to ever work in comics.


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