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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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Justice League of Atlantis #1 Original Cover Art

posted by Vu Sleeper

Nick W writes:

DC Comics

A very nice and unexpected cover of JLA (not the one you think!) by George Perez featuring pretty much all the key Aqua-verse characters (including Aquaman Mera, Lori, Devilfish, Aqualad/Tempest) and Power Girl as a bonus! Well balanced composition with nicely drawn faces. A little jewel in the water!

Rick & Morty #44 homage cover to Crisis on Infinite Earths #7

posted by Vu Sleeper   [ updated ]

From Vu

RICK & MORTY #44 (Supercon Variant) (30 Nov 2018)
Oni Press
Artist Greg Kilpatrick showed off his Rick & Morty #44 homage cover of Crisis on Infinite Earths #7, exclusively sold at Louiseville Supercon (11/30/2018-12/2/2018).

gkirkpatrick1004 writes:

In less than two weeks you can get the Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 homage Rick and Morty cover I drew and @mightyajax colored, exclusive to @louisvillesupercon .

George Perez's thoughts on the passing of Stan Lee

posted Nov 14, 2018, 6:28 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Nov 14, 2018, 6:32 PM ]

Milla V writes:

STAN LEE (Mar 2013)
Art by George Pérez at MEGACON 2013

Photo from Mike T
Because my uncle is not on social media anymore, he asked me to share this publicly on his behalf for the passing of the legendary Stan Lee:

"Sad day. Even though it really wasn’t unexpected, the death of Stan Lee has hit me harder than I thought. He was the first comic book creator I ever saw by face. He inspired me to both read and eventually create comics myself.

He gave my first raise and always took the time at conventions to come over and say hello to me. At one time he said he regarded me as a nephew, to be the smiling face of comics after he was gone.

I lost an uncle today and while I am saddened by the loss I am also oh so grateful for getting to know him and being able to personally thank him for all he did to enhance my youth, to inspire me to dream and to give me the inspiration to achieve those dreams.

RIP Uncle Stan."

-George Perez

Update: same quote on SyFy

Finalized cover to Avengers #10 (#700)

posted Nov 14, 2018, 5:56 AM by Vu Nguyen

From Vu, thanks to Ilke

AVENGERS #10 (#700) (George Perez Variant) (Nov 2018)
Marvel Comics
Here is the finalized cover to Avengers #10 (#700) from My Comic Shop.

Please note that this is the 1 out of 100 cover, meaning retailers have to order 100 copies to get one George Perez cover. Typically that means the "value" of the variant cover is 100 times the cover price (which is $6 in this case). Also note that the cover was originally published by Albuquerque Comic Con in January 2014.

This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

Limited 1 for 100 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by Jason Aaron. Art by Andrea Sorrentino, Adam Kubert, David Marquez, and Ed McGuinness. Cover by George Perez. THE EARTH'S MOST HATED HEROES?! After 700 issues of saving the world, you'd think the Avengers would be due some celebration. But instead the whole world seems to be gunning for them, especially Namor's fearsome new Defenders of the Deep and the reimagined Russian Super-Soldiers of the Winter Guard. And that's not to mention the shocking surprise the U.S. government has in store for our heroes. Plus: The all-new Agents of Wakanda! The mystery of the Avengers of 1,000,000 BC deepens! A key revelation concerning the resurrection of Wolverine! And the next startling new Avenger is revealed! Rated T+ Cover price $5.99.

Ms. Marvel Epic Collection: The Woman Who Fell to Earth TPB is coming in May 2019

posted Nov 12, 2018, 6:57 PM by Vu Sleeper

From, thanks to Ilke

Marvel Comics
Ms. Marvel Epic Collection: The Woman Who Fell to Earth Paperback – May 14, 2019
by Chris Claremont (Author), Jim Shooter (Author), David Michelinie (Author), George Perez (Author), Jim Mooney (Illustrator), & 3 more


Chris Claremont weaves complex plots and compelling characterization in the conclusion of Ms. Marvel's original adventures. The highlights are many: Ms. Marvel meets the Avengers for the very first time. Mystique makes her first appearance. A battle with Ronan the Accuser brings Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel together and leads to an all-new look for our heroine! Encounters with underground lizard-men, Deathbird, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Sabretooth set the stage for a controversial Avengers saga and a life-altering battle with Mystique and Rogue. The story reaches its epic conclusion in a Marvel milestone including Ms. Marvel, the X-Men and the Avengers!

COLLECTING: MS. MARVEL (1977) 15-24, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) 51, MARVEL SUPER-HEROES (1990) 10-11, AVENGERS (1963) 200, ANNUAL (1967) 10 AND MATERIAL FROM AVENGERS (1963) 197-199 AND MARVEL FANFARE (1982) 24

R.I.P. Stan Lee

posted Nov 12, 2018, 1:30 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

STAN LEE (Mar 2013)
Art by George Pérez at MEGACON 2013
The man who was responsible for basically creating the Marvel Universe, Stan Lee as died at the age of 95.  We knew this was coming, but it's always hard to hear about it.

Below is an excerpt from Compass (Oct 1976). George was already working on several Marvel books, when Stan Lee first took notice of a very young George Perez:

“When I did FF #165, Stan (Lee) saw it, and I received word from Sol Brodsky saying Stan wanted to see me. The jig was up. Stan told me when he first saw it he thought it might’ve been either Buscema or Romita. But he really liked it and asked me what I was doing, as if to make sure I had more work. At the time, told him, I was doing Inhumans, Avengers, Sons of the Tiger, and the FF. So, I think if he had any ideas about giving me another book, it was totally shelled by that.”

Stan Lee calling George to his office about the FF prompts the obvious “How’s it feel to do the Fantastic Four?”

“I was struck with a feeling of awe,” says George, who before his first four-issue stint as FF artist was Rich Buckler’s assistant. Roy Thomas then asked Perez to do the FF for various reasons.

“Even with me handling it now, Kirby’s still considered the definitive artist of Fantastic Four.

“When I look back at my first two issues 164 and 165, I do notice a bit of stilting because I tried to be a little too faithful to Buckler/Kirby because their styles were similar.

“The style I draw Fantastic Four is not much different from the style I would draw Logan’s Run or the two issues of Marvel Spotlight I’m drawing featuring Man­Wolf. But I was awed,” repeats George.

Perez doesn’t feel that Jack Kirby’s plusses lie in his style. “His strength really is not in the way he draws than in how he presents it. As far as an actual artist, he is obviously no da Vinci. Jack is a storyteller, par excellent. He is the epitome of all comic book story telling. Once Jack came back to the fold when he started drawing covers, I got letters saying that Jack doesn’t seem to be able to draw FF any more, that mine became definitive.

“And of course there are the Jack Kirby purists who prefer John Buscema. But I’ve learned to accept that,” Perez said.

Top Graphic Novels sold: Infinity Gauntlet

posted Nov 12, 2018, 8:28 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Marvel Comics
Infinity Gauntlet TP has dropped to #56 in the top comic book trades sold for the month of October 2018. This is still pretty good, considering that the Avengers: Infinity War has not been in theaters since May (where the trade peaked at nearly 10 thousand units sold).

Please note that these are estimated items sold, and that its numbers may be different from other tracking services, such as NPD BookScan (formerly Nielsen Bookscan).

Breakdown of Infinity Gauntlet on the charts:
  • January 2018 - #15 (2,202)
  • February 2018 - #41 (1,266)
  • March 2018 - #17 (2,095)
  • April 2018 - #6 (5,217)
  • May 2018 - #2 (9,497)
  • June 2018 - #5 (5,400)
  • July 2018 - #2 (2,872)
  • August 2018 - #12 (3,289)
  • September 2018 - #27 (2,314)
  • October 2018 - #56 (1,436)

Diamond is Unbreakable / Infinity Gauntlet

posted Nov 11, 2018, 9:58 PM by Vu Sleeper

Nikunja writes:

Marvel Comics
Excerpt: This is based on the cover for the Infinity Gauntlet story in the comics, where Thanos possesses the 6 infinity gems and all the heroes of the time try and defeat him.


In this cover I wanted to focus on Kira as the main bad guy and keep all other away, as I hadn't had a cover with him (how did that happen?), plus now I have a cover with Shigechi.

Original cover art for The New Teen Titans Annual #2

posted Nov 11, 2018, 5:02 PM by Vu Sleeper

Joe S writes:

DC Comics
A great cover with the first appearance of Vigilante, one of my favorite hero's.

Update (11/11/2018)

posted Nov 11, 2018, 4:54 PM by Vu Sleeper   [ updated Nov 11, 2018, 10:15 PM ]

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