PITTSBURGH COMICON 2001 (27-29 April 2001) - Monroeville, Pennsylvania

photo:  George Perez from Pittsburgh Comicon
PITTSBURGH COMICON 2001
27-29 April 2001
Pittsburgh Expomart - Monroeville,
Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh Expo (www.pittsburghcomicon.com)


George Perez appeared only on April 27th and 28th.

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    PITTSBURGH COMICON 2001 (27-29 April 2001) - Monroeville, Pennsylvania

    VAMPIRELLA (19 Aug 2001), art by George Perez, at PITTSBURGH COMICON 2001, from Buc

    GEORGE PEREZ (Apr 2001) from Glenn Barbis Jr

    GREEN LANTERN (Apr 2001), art by Pérez, color by Tom Smith, at PITTSBURGH 2001 from Mike (aka Off White) White


     November 3, 2001 | Pittsburgh Comicon 2002
    From PREVIEWS vol 11, #11 (Nov 01)
    PITTSBURGH COMICON
    April 26, 27, and 28, 2002
    Pittsburgh Expomart - Monroeville, PA

    Early guest list includes...
    Jim Balent
    Frank Cho
    Dave Dorman
    George Pérez
    Jill Thompson
    ...more detail

    From Pittsburgh Comicon 2001:


    Wonder Woman with her 'hero', George Perez


     February 15, 2001 | Perez Appearances
    From Andy Mangels, via Perez Art Mailing List

    April 27-28, Pittsburgh Comicon, Pittsburgh, PA

     January 11, 2001 | Pittsburgh Comicon
    From Pittsburgh Comicon
    George entered the comic industry in the 1970’s. He created a splash with his early work on Marvel’s Man-Wolf and Deathlok the Demolisher He showed a flair for handling team books with his outstanding pencils on Fantastic Four, The Inhumans and The Avengers. George crossed over to DC in the early eighties where he took on the penciling chores on the Justice League of America. Soon after he and Mary Wolfman collaborated on what has become George’s signature series, The New Teen Titans. His work on the Titans is being released in an archive collection from DC. His next collaboration with Wolfman was to rebuild the whole DC Universe with Crisis on Infinite Earths. With this limited series, George drew every character in the DC Universe, a feat which he repeated in the History of the DC Universe. George established his writing credentials with a critically acclaimed relaunch of Wonder Woman. George’s other works include: The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect and Sachs and Violens (with Peter David), inking Gil Kane’s adaptation of Jurassic Park and inking for Dan Jurgens on his version of the Teen Titans. His penciling run on the wildly popular Avengers recently ended so that George could focus his attention on his creator owned comic, Crimson Plague from Gorilla Press and his work on The First from CrossGen.
    From PREVIEWS (VOL.11) #1

    PITTSBURGH COMICON
    April 27th-28th-29th
    Pittsburgh Expomart
    Monroeville, PA

    www.pittsburghcomicon.com

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