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  • George is no longer able to offer the quick head sketches. Autographs and photos are free. Read more details at Commission Prices
  • George Perez is basically retired, suffers from tendinitis on his drawing hands and undergoing ongoing vision treatments for his left eye.
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Final Crisis 10th Anniversary Omnibus coming out January 23, 2019

posted by Vu Sleeper


DC Comics
(W) Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, Others (A) Carlos Pacheco, Doug Mahnke, George Perez, Scott Kolins, Philip Tan, Others (A/CA) J. G. Jones

The event that asked, "What happens when evil wins?" is collected in an omnibus edition that features every tie-in miniseries and chapter, as Superman, Batman and the Justice League must face this reality when Darkseid and his followers win the war between light and dark! Includes BATMAN #676-683 and #701-702, BIRDS OF PREY #118, DC UNIVERSE #0, DC UNIVERSE: THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT #1, FINAL CRISIS #1-7, FINAL CRISIS: LEGION OF THREE WORLDS #1-5, FINAL CRISIS: REQUIEM #1, FINAL CRISIS: RESIST #1, FINAL CRISIS: REVELATIONS #1-5, FINAL CRISIS: ROGUES' REVENGE #1-3, FINAL CRISIS SECRET FILES #1, FINAL CRISIS: SUBMIT #1, FINAL CRISIS: SUPERMAN BEYOND #1-2, THE FLASH #240-241, TEEN TITANS #59-60, TERROR TITANS #1-6, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21 and SUPERMAN/BATMAN #76
In Shops: Jan 23, 2019
SRP: $150.00

Get Art of Atari in the new Dynamite Comics Humble Bundle at the $18 level

posted by Vu Sleeper

Leslie S writes:

ART OF ATARI (Hardcover) (25 Oct 2016)
Dynamite Entertainment
Humble Bundle has the Art of Atari in their Dynamite Comics bundle. $18 level. There is at least one George Perez painting in there.

The Tragedy of DC’s TITANS

posted by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

TITANS (Television Show) (2018)
Warner Bros
In many ways, I agree with HiTop Films. I have been following the development of Titans since 2014 and really wanted it to be a good adaption of Marv Wolfman and George Perez's story - but it was apparent that the show was not meant for me.

In part two of HiTop Films' Titans review, they said that "The story of Titans is Broken" and goes into some good points about the show. Mainly that the characters are not heroic (Jason Todd beats up cops, Starfire straight up murders cops).

HiTop Films writes, "I pray we can finally get a Titans show we all deserve, a Titans show that cares. A show that cares about making a compelling Dick Grayson, a compelling Starfire, a compelling Raven, a compelling Beast Boy and a compelling Titans show."

Watch the video here:

Comics Pros picks their favorite George Perez covers

posted by Vu Sleeper


WONDER WOMAN #20 (Sep 1988)
DC Comics

Jerry Ordway (Artist; inker on Crisis on Infinite Earths)

Wonder Woman #20. I will say George has done more complex and action-oriented covers that are terrific, but this is the cover I thought of when asked to choose one. I recall very vividly when this issue came out, how striking it was compared against the other comics out that same month. I also loved this storyline in the comic, so I had some emotional investment in the character.

Paul Levitz's thoughts on George Perez's retirement

posted by Vu Sleeper

Paul Levitz writes:

WORLDS' FINEST #1 (Apr 2012)
DC Comics

George Perez announced his 'retirement' from comics the other day, after probably drawing five or six lifetimes worth of them if we tally up the number of characters drawn, designed, and universes built...not even counting his work as a writer. I've known George since we were both fanzine kids--he was doing some of his earliest art for my Brooklyn pal Jim Glenn's zines--so I watched his career with special interest.

Most, ahem, sane, artists avoid doing the titles that have armies of characters. George lived for those challenges. When Dick Dillin passed away suddenly, George rushed to take up the challenge of the JUSTICE LEAGUE, literally interrupting everything else he was working on to finish the story Dick had just started when his heart gave out.

His TEEN TITANS and CRISIS work with Marv Wolfman literally gave a dramatic rebirth to the DC Universe at a time when we desperately needed it, and his WONDER WOMAN stories coming out of those events are still, to me at least, the best run that character ever had (don't even ask me about why my brief run was an unmemorable as it was).

I didn't get a chance to collaborate with George at length until our WORLDS' FINEST stories, which were a delight. Just sorry we didn't get to do more.

The thing about George is he poured it all onto the page. Not only the incredibly detailed line work you saw, but his sweat and soul. With no disrespect to anyone, I'm not sure there was a harder working artist of my generation. So hard working that he pushed himself to the point of collapse several times. I'm not saying the health problems that he's made public over the years are a direct result of his hard work and self-imposed pressures, but this is a guy who gave it all for his readers. And did it all with a smile the happiest of puppy dogs would be jealous of.

Happy retirement, George, may it be healthier than you expect, and full of good experiences. And I hope to see your smile on the convention circuit more times before we're done.

Update (01/20/2019)

posted by Vu Sleeper   [ updated ]



FANTASTIC FOUR #187 (Digital) (15 Mar 2016)
Marvel Comics

MS MARVEL #23 (Digital) (11 Jun 2013)
Marvel Comics

art by George Perez

from Michael Lovitz

art by George Perez
colors by Tom Smith

from Michael Lovitz

Fantastic Four #187 unpublished cover by George Perez and Jim Mooney

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From Vu

FANTASTIC FOUR #187 (Oct 1977)
Marvel Comics
Did you know that George Perez drew two different Fantastic Four #187 covers? In 1977, Marvel Comics thought the cover sent to Jim Mooney was lost, so they had George re-draw the cover and Dave Cockrum inked the published cover.

Details at:

Infinity Gauntlet: Deluxe Edition Preview

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From Vu, thanks to Ilke

Marvel Comics
Preview of Infinity Gauntlet: Deluxe Edition available on Amazon

For the dark Titan, Thanos, the Infinity Gauntlet was the Holy Grail - the ultimate prize to be coveted above all else. With it came omnipotence: the absolute control of all aspects of time, space, power, reality, the mind and the soul. But his gaining of supreme might meant the beginning of a black nightmare for the entire universe. Now, on the edge of Armageddon and led by the mysterious Adam Warlock, Earth's super heroes join in a desperate attempt to thwart this nihilistic god's insane plunge into galactic self-destruction. Should the heroes fail, the astral gods of the universe wait to step into the fray. But in such an awesome cosmic conflict, will anyone prevail? Will anyone survive? The original Infinity epic is collected alongside a Gauntlet-full collection of behind-the-scenes extras!

COLLECTING: Infinity Gauntlet 1-6; Infinity Gauntlet Promo Poster; material from Marvel Age #92, #95-96, #99 (profiles & articles); Hembeck cartoon from Marvel age #99; Marvel: 1991 - The Year in Review - Infinity Gauntlet parody article; Infinity Gauntlet #2-3 original cover art; Infinity Gauntlet #1 & #4 pencils; Infinity Gauntlet #1-6 inks; Infinity Gauntlet TPB (1st print) cover inks; Infinity Gauntlet TPB/MPHC/Omni covers; Infinity Gauntlet trading cards.

George Perez's retirement is a top story

posted Jan 19, 2019, 9:53 PM by Vu Sleeper   [ updated ]

From Vu

George Perez's retirement is a top story for 19 January 2019 on

New 100-Page Giants coming to Walmart and Target

posted Jan 19, 2019, 11:59 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

DC Comics
New Walmart 100-Page Giants coming in February 2019:
  • Flash
  • Swamp Thing
  • Wonder Woman
Teen Titans will be renamed Titans.

Also, Target will have the Primal Age 100-Page Giant ($10) in January 2019.

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