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COMIC ZONE RADIO PROGRAM 10/4/2004
Oh, you know what? I found out, George, that we have a caller on the
line who would like to ask you a question. Ed, let's bring on Mark from
Mark: Hi George, I got something that's gonna scare the crap out of you. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Dutch version.
George: You actually HAVE a version of that book?
Mark: Yeah, we met at Pittsburgh, I showed you the original pages to Sgt Pepper.
And I've signed original pieces of artworks. I've never, to this day,
have seen published version of the book. And I'm sorry for whatever
it's doing to your eyeballs right now.
Mark: Oh, Mooney just butchered it up. But, I was very happy to get it. Are you going to be in Pittsburgh.
George: Oh, I'm always at Pittsburgh.
Mark: Okay, I just wanted to make sure, because I can't wait to scare you.
Believe me, I'm dying to see it. I'm actually past the point that the
blister is still sore. So, I'm actually curious to see what this book.
You probably have the rarest of vintage artwork you can find.
Mark: I've had some nasty things [said about me] on the website, your official website. I don't know if it's yours.
The official website is run by a man named Vu Nguyen. He actually
started it before I even knew about it. I've been so flattered by his
dedication on running this website, which is now going for six years.
Hey, I don't have to do anything for it. I'm such a lazy person.
George Perez on The Comic Zone
From Comic Zone
Industry News, Scoop, Friday, October 08, 2004
For the past two months, The Comic Zone has been star-studded. In August
alone, host Vincent Zurzolo welcomed Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Frank
Cho (Liberty Meadows), Sean Chen (X-Men), Marshall Rogers
(Batman), Dick Ayers (Sgt. Fury, Ghost Rider), Arthur Adams (Long
Shot, Action Comics), Bob Hall (Charlton artist), Joe Jusko (Vampirella
painter), Greg John & Rich Bisso (Spider-Man II video game designers)
and Euan Kerr (editor of Beano). September was equally exciting with
guests like Norm Breyfogle (Batman), Jim Shooter (Marvel Editor-in
Chief/Valiant founder), Ron Garney (Captain America, JLA), Howard Porter
(JLA, Flash) and Mark Haspel (CGC Senior Grader).
October is off
to a great start as Jae Lee (Inhumans, Thing/Hulk) and George Perez
(Avengers, Teen Titans, JLA/Avengers) joined the Comic Zone Monday,
October 4 at 3 pm EST.
In case you missed the live broadcast, simply click on the link below, as all shows are archived on Tuesdays:
September 6, 2004
Encore presentation of the first Comic Zone in honor of Labor Day
Just a reminder that George Pérez is to appear live on COMIC ZONE RADIO tomorrow, Labor Day, 9/6/2004.
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September 6, 2004: GENE COLAN - Daredevil and various Marvel titles
GEORGE PEREZ - JLA / Avengers, Crisis on Infinite Earths, New Teen Titans,
| February 15, 2004 | Comic Zone Talk Radio
I just listened to the first segment on
The Comic Zone's
February 9th broadcast and a caller had expressed interested to have
Randy Bowen do a JLA/Avengers statue series with Marvel and DC. That's a
great idea, it would work and it would make both companies a lot of
Comic Zone is also interested in having George Pérez as a guest on the radio show.
Segment #1: A talk with Randy Bowen
There's so many characters, that I would love to see statues of -- or
scenes, that would be great to see. It would be really cool to see a
Human-- I was just thinking about the JLA/Avengers thing. It would be
so great if you could figure out some way to work with DC or Marvel at
the same time. Have some sort of battle scene. Have all sorts of
Randy Bowen: Like Captain America and Batman, etc.
Caller: That would be fun. That would be definitely very, very well-received by the comic world.