HEROES CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK 2000 (June 2000)

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colors:  
Stuart Immonen
Barry Kitson
Mike Wieringo
Tom Grummett
George Pérez
Karl Kesel
Tom Smith
HEROES CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK 1996
June 1996
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There is a special 5 page special outlining Gorilla Comics, with a one page column by George Pérez on Gorilla Comics and Crimson Plague

Convention Book (80 pages)
writer: George Pérez (1 page)/various
artists: George Pérez (2 pages; reprinted)/various
colors: Tom Smith


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    HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 2000 (16-18 June 2000), Charlotte, North Carolina

    HEROES CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK 2000 (June 2000)



     April 29, 2002
    From George Pérez, via HEROES CONVENTION #19
    GORILLA WRITERS... SOUND OFF!

    George Pérez:

    Of course, the thrill of flying on a wing and a prayer is made all the more enjoyable when you have someone to share it with. When you have respect and admiration for those who share the win. Creative artists with whom I would have worked any time, any place, given the opportunity. And now that opportunity had parked itself on the runway in front of my house. One plane among a squadron of nine. Each plane's nose emblazoned with the determined visage of a powerful simian looking over us like a trusted guardian. And perched upon the wings of the other planes were my fellow thrill seekers, beckoning me to join them.

    It was an invitation impossible to resist. I would get all the thrill of flying solo, with all the benefits of knowing that there'd be others to spur me on and watch my back. The joy of being part of something bigger, yet still being my own flight commander. And as we all stared out to the promised land, we knew that we trusted one another, and that we were united in a common goal. Turn left, turn right, climb up above the clouds.

    The possibilities were endless. And with each new endeavor, we would applaud each other's success and share in the glory. And who doesn't like the sound of applause - especially from those whom you respect?

    I feel so privileged to be one of the few, the proud… the Gorillas!


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