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Jim Lee's The Monitor sketch on The CW's The Flash

posted by Vu Sleeper

From Vu


THE FLASH S05E09 (09 Dec 2018)
The CW
This sketch of the Monitor appeared in the new Flash show. The art is not by George Perez, as previously mentioned.

The art is by Jim Lee.


George Perez Website: 20th Anniversary

posted by Vu Sleeper

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George Perez receives the Will Eisner Hall of Fame Award George Perez canceled all comic book convention, because of recent heart attack …

Today, December 9th, is the 20th anniversary of my little George Perez Website (george-perez.net), a website dedicated to comic book artist George Perez.

I first discovered Perez’s work with Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 in April 1985 and have been collecting his art since then. In order to maintain a growing database of my Perez checklist, I had hand-coded html files, meant for my personal computer only.

After securing a webhost via Fresno State University, on December 9, 1998, I’ve decided to upload what I had written onto the world wide web. You have to remember, this was in 1998, when the internet was in its infancy.

The checklist remained somewhat static until I started collecting George Perez news in April 2000, and thus upgraded the website to version 2. Throughout the years, the website went onto many different servers, but ultimate, trying to keep cost down, I had to eventually had to shut down the website on July 10, 2007.

The current Version 4 of the George Perez Website went online Jul 12, 2008 3:56 PM, just slightly one year after it was shut down.

I’m still very proud of my work on the website and hope to be online for another twenty years.

Brief timeline:

  • December 9, 1998 - Version 1
  • May 6, 2000 - Version 2
  • October 27, 2006 - Version 3
  • July 10, 2007 - on break for one year
  • Jul 12, 2008 3:56 PM - Version 4 (current version)
  • December 9, 2018 - 20th Anniversary


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    George Perez has sketch LaMonica Garrett as The Monitor for The CW?

    posted by Vu Sleeper

    From Vu


    THE FLASH S05E09 (09 Dec 2018)
    The CW
    According to an interview with LaMonica Garrett via comicbook.com, they wrote the official description: "Mr. Pérez will be illustrating a sketch of the Monitor that plays a prominent role in the crossover’s story."

    This isn't the first time the CW used one of George Perez's art in their shows, remember how they used George's Vigilante "Mister SKi Goggles" in Arrow Season 5, Episode 1?

    Elseworlds starts tonight, with The Flash (12/9), Arrow (12/10), and ending with Supergirl (12/11)


    New Wonder Woman 1984 artwork found on official T-Shirt

    posted by Vu Sleeper

    From boards.fireden.net


    WONDER WOMAN 1984 (01 Nov 2019)
    Warner Brothers
    New Wonder Woman 1984 artwork found on official T-Shirt



    Marv Wolfman on 1.21 Geekawatts Episode #34

    posted by Vu Sleeper


    Marv Wolfman is on 1.21 Geekawatts Episode #34. He does not get introduced until the 27 minute mark. The interview was originally recorded from July 2018 at Garden State Comic Fest.

    >>>
    Comic book writer and legend Marv Wolfman discusses his work on Teen Titans, Crisis on Infinite Earths, and more! And Kevin Hines joins me to say good-bye to the man who helped build Marvel Comics and the comic book industry itself, Stan Lee. All in the powerful 34th episode of 1.21 Geekawatts!


    JLA #192 Original Art

    posted Dec 9, 2018, 10:05 AM by Vu Sleeper

    From comics.ha.com


    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #192 (Jul 1981)
    DC Comics
    George Perez Justice League of America #192 Cover Original Art (DC, 1981).

    This cover spotlights the "Quest for Genesis" story that begins the true (and secret) origin of the Silver Age Red Tornado. This was an early DC cover for Perez, who was already a fan-favorite from his time on Marvel's Avengers. His first DC work was on a Firestorm story less than a year previous to this in Flash #289. Red Tornado (II) was an android from Earth-2 who came to Earth-1 and joined the JLA. Featuring almost all of the JLA heavy hitters... Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Aquaman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Firestorm, this cover is power-packed! Created in ink and white paint over graphite on DC Sparta Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 15". The logo, DC bullet, header info, UPC box, and cover blurbs are all stat paste-ups. Signed in the original art by Perez just under the chair (it looks like the chair's shadow), and again in the lower margin. Most of the paste-ups are discolored and there is a bit of glue residue on the Flash's arm. Overall in Very Good condition.

    8 Awesome Latinx Marvel Comics Characters

    posted Dec 9, 2018, 6:18 AM by Vu Sleeper

    From peopleenespanol.com


    DEADLY HANDS OF KUNG FU #22 (Mar 1976)
    Curtis

    Excerpt:

    1) Hector Ayala (White Tiger; El Tigre Blanco), 1975


    The first superhero of Latinx descent in Marvel’s history, Hector Ayala (aka White Tiger), appeared in the mid-’70s in Deadly Hands of Kungfu issue #19. Created by George Perez and Bill Mantlo, Ayala was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and attended Empire State University in New York (where Peter Parker went!). As a student, he discovered the tiger amulets thrown out by the Sons of the Tigers, who were three martial arts students. His strength increased and he gained superhuman fighting skills when he wore all three amulets at the same time. As a superhero, Ayala fought alongside Spider-Man and Daredevil. Although he was eventually killed off, members of his family assumed the role of the next White Tiger.

    Interview with LaMonica Garrett on Entertainment Weekly

    posted Dec 9, 2018, 6:12 AM by Vu Sleeper   [ updated Dec 9, 2018, 6:13 AM ]

    From ew.com

    Excerpt:

    “I knew the significance and his place in DC mythology, and I know what his name does when fans hear it,” Garrett, a comics fan himself, tells EW. “When you say, ‘the Monitor is in this crossover,’ people’s ears perk up because they automatically think of the Anti-Monitor [and] Psycho-Pirate.”

    Superman Reimagined by George Perez (1985)

    posted Dec 9, 2018, 6:06 AM by Vu Sleeper

    From comics.ha.com

    Superman Reimagined Illustration Original Art (1985).

    A super-fan named Mike started a sketch collection of artists' takes on a completely re-designed Superman. This Pérez version is more Cosmic than DC's standard "Last Son of Krypton", and we kind of like it! Pure graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 9.75" x 16". The image area has toned from being sunstruck in a previous frame/mat. There are finger smudges in the side margins. Signed and dated 3-18-85 in the image area. In Very Good condition.

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