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  • 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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DC Daily Ep. 2 features "The Legacy of George Perez" (part 1)

posted by Vu Sleeper

From Vu, Thanks to Ilke

DC DAILY (2018)
DC Universe
It appears that DC Daily will be a free online series. In Episode 2, they gave us more of the interview with George Perez recorded in April 2018.

DC Daily Ep. 2.: Introducing the new Joker + The Legacy of George Perez (part 1)

Today on DC Daily we're talking about the Joker origin movie, Kelly Sue Deconnick taking over writing duties for Aquaman, and Steve Orlando teaming up with Riley Rossmo on a new Martian Manhunter series. Plus, a one-on-one interview with legendary artist, George Perez!

For even more DC Daily, be sure to subscribe to DC Universe at

DC Daily is a five-days-a-week webseries offering an unprecedented look inside the world of DC. Featuring a team of hosts and regular first looks and exclusives, each episode offers news, discussions, announcements, interviews and much more. Subscribe so you never miss an episode…or even better, sign up for DC Universe for extended episodes featuring exclusive panel discussions that you’ll only see there!

Marvel Comics Annual 2001 in Amazing Spider-Man #601 Recreation Cosplay

posted Sep 17, 2018, 8:50 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Marvel Comics
In this re-creation of J Scott Campbell's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #601, model Stacey Rebecca as Mary Jane, reads MARVEL COMICS ANNUAL 2001 (UK reprinting the AVENGERS #1 cover).

Photo by Paranoid Android Photography

George Perez art to be published in Liberty Brigade #1

posted Sep 17, 2018, 7:56 AM by Vu Sleeper


Thrilling Nostalgia Comics
Countdown to Kickstarter – Day 10
September 11, 2018

Ok folks, we are just 10 days away from the Kickstarter of The Liberty Brigade with art by Ron Frenz and Barry Kitson — over 80 pages of it!!! Plus contributions from George Perez, Alan Davis, Mark Buckingham and so many, many more. Each day we will have a preview. First up, a pin-up of The Liberty Brigade by Sean Chen and Chris Ivy (colors).

This is also the cover to the Baltimore Comic Con Program Guide and the Official Con t-shirt.

Inhumans #8 Review

posted Sep 17, 2018, 7:15 AM by Vu Sleeper


INHUMANS #8 (Dec 1976)
Marvel Comics

Review: The addition of a second mobile city makes this issue feel a bit like a rerun, though writer Doug Moench gets good mileage out of the cities’ clash. Moench’s foreshadowing of the “War Between the Three Galaxies” continues to tantalize, but there better be some payoff soon. George Pérez returns as artist for one issue, and his pencils hold up much better to Don Perlin’s inks. Of all the Bronze Age artists, Pérez seems least inker-dependent, as the strength of his early work comes more from strong storytelling than refined pencils.

Grade: B

Cool factor: George Pérez’s storytelling. His three-issue absence from this title just made hearts grow fonder.

Copyright ©2018 Off the Wahl Productions, all rights reserved. Each week, T. Andrew Wahl offers up a Bronze Age Minute. For more, check out Wahl’s website,

New Teen Titans #1 (1984) letter page

posted Sep 17, 2018, 7:07 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

NEW TEEN TITANS #1 (Aug 1984)
DC Comics
When you buy older comics on digital, some companies do not include the letter pages or original advertisements.

Here's an excerpt of the New Teen Titans #1 (1984) letter page, written by Marv Wolfman:

"You see, four years ago people laughed when we said we were reviving a comic DC had canceled twice before. When George Perez was visiting a comic shop at the time of the Titans' premiere, he was told that the store hadn't ordered many copies of TITANS #1 because in six months it would be canceled and forgotten. DC, they felt, hadn't had a certified hit in years. Well, that was about to change.

By our sixth issue, we were DC's best selling comic. Within the year whenever I'd visit comic conventions which featured costume parades, I'd almost always see a Titans costume among the elves and mutants that seemed to prevail. Las year I found a Titans statuary, mini-figures, pins, drawings, and even a magazine explaining how to fit the Titans into role-playing games."

You can check out some ads and letter page scans of NTT#1 (1984) here:

George Perez on His 5 Favorite TEEN TITANS Covers

posted Sep 16, 2018, 10:42 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

NEW TEEN TITANS #1 (Aug 1984)
DC Comics
Whoever posted this article doesn't know their New Teen Titans credits. Based on the description of inking, George is referring to New Teen Titans vol 2, #1 (1984) which he inked issues #1 and #2. New Teen Titans Vol 1, #1 (1980) was inked by Romeo Tanghal.

George Perez on His 5 Favorite TEEN TITANS Covers

Aug. 14, 2018 by Joe McCabe

...Perez recently visited our offices, and we asked the master to share with us his five favorite covers from his time on the beloved book. Here are his picks...

The New Teen Titans vol. 1 #1

"I liked the first couple of issues, because I got to ink myself. Which I was too slow to do on a regular basis."

The New Teen Titans vol. 1 #13

"It's an atmospheric cover. That’s one of my favorites."

The New Teen Titans vol. 1 #38

"The 'Who is Donna Troy?' cover was something different. It was using a different medium."

The New Teen Titans vol. 1 #39

"Oh yeah, this was me at full throttle... Even though I enjoyed inking 'Crossroads' -- the one where Dick and Wally give up being Titans -- I wish that I had maybe not inked that one and instead inked 'Who is Donna Troy?'. That one would’ve been fun. I inked the first three pages of 'Who is Donna Troy?', the intro. Which they mis-colored unfortunately in trying to get that film noir effect. That’s a regret, that I wasn’t fast enough to ink my own work."

Tales of the Teen Titans vol. 1 #42

"Most of the ones in 'The Judas Contract', because that was obviously unusual to do segmented covers. There were multiple images there."

Exclusive Titans clip on DC Daily Episode 1

posted Sep 15, 2018, 6:00 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

TITANS (Television Show) (2018)
Warner Bros
In the first episode of DC Daily, they previewed a Titans clip featuring Dick Grayson meeting Jason Todd.

I still think there are just too many hosts.

You can watch DC Daily at

George Perez requested Kurt Busiek to write Avengers (1998)

posted Sep 15, 2018, 2:47 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

AVENGERS  #1 (Feb 1998)
Marvel Comics
In an interview with Kurt Busiek, he said that it was George Perez that requested him as writer, despite the fact that, at the time, Busiek already had his hands full with Iron Man and Thunderbolts.

KB: ... They did, and they offered Avengers to [artist] George Perez, and George asked for me to write it. It was simply a matter of being in the right place at the right time. They wanted to restore the characters to their classic heights, and I was considered to be a guy who knew how to do that.

Justice League of America #186 is available on digital on September 13, 2018

posted Sep 15, 2018, 12:35 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #186 (Digital) (13 Sep 2018)
DC Comics
Justice League of America #186 is available on digital on September 13, 2018... originally released in print in 1981. This was one of the first books that I had to buy through back issues in a long box. Can't say I'm fond of the name "Shaggy Man".

Justice League of America (1960-1987) #186

“WHO CAN STOP THE SHAGGY MAN?” After Russian troops encounter what seems to be an Abominable Snowman in Siberia, two Soviet cosmonauts are dispatched to the Justice League satellite to seek aid against the League’s former foe, the monstrous Shaggy Man!

Print Release Date
January 7 1981

Digital Release Date
September 13 2018

Spider-Geddon #1 will feature a George Perez variant cover

posted Sep 14, 2018, 11:52 PM by Vu Sleeper   [ updated Sep 14, 2018, 11:52 PM ]

From Vu

SPIDER-GEDDON #1 (Perez Variant) (10 Oct 2018)
Marvel Comics
Spider-Geddon #1 will feature a George Perez variant cover. Like most George Perez current Marvel variant covers, they are taken from old fan commissions (this one is from 2012, see spider-man-2012-by-george-perez-from-aric-shapiro )

Spider-Geddon #1 arrives in stores on Oct 10, 2018.


(W) Christos Gage, Dan Slott (A) Jorge Molina (CA) George Perez

Back in 2014, SPIDER-VERSE brought every Spider-Man ever together. This event spinning out of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #800 has Christos Gage and Dan Slott teaming up to destroy them all. The Inheritors have somehow gotten out of their radioactive prison planet and made their way to the Marvel Universe. It's going to take a whole Spider-Army to keep them from TAKING IT ALL! Starring Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus, Spider-Gwen, Miles Morales, Spider-Woman, the Spider-Man from the anticipated video game and, well, every Spider-Man and Spider-Woman ever, including some brand-new ones! With Jorge Molina on art, the END OF ALL SPIDERS never looked so good!
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 10, 2018
Final Orders Due: Sep 17, 2018
SRP: $3.99

Thanks to Ilke

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