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SDCC 2009 Mattel DCU 30" Hand-Painted Anti-Monitor

posted Jul 15, 2019, 5:17 PM by Vu Nguyen

The Toys That Made Us writes:

Smashing its way into our countdown at #4 is the SDCC 2009 Mattel DCU 30" Hand-Painted Anti-Monitor. A true grail of Mattel's DC Universe line, only 10 of these massive figures were ever produced! The only way to obtain one was to purchase an SDCC exclusive 3 3/4 Anti-Monitor, which then entered you into a raffle held throughout SDCC weekend for a chance at the 30" version, hand-painted version. #TheToysThatMadeUs #SDCC #DC

Good vs Evil Marvel Wall Calendar 2020

posted Jul 15, 2019, 5:11 PM by Vu Nguyen

From Vu, thanks to Ilke

ACCO Brands
The upcoming Good vs Evil Marvel Wall Calendar 2020 from ACCO Brands/Mead will feature George Perez's Thanos in the month of September 2020.  Calendar to ship after August 2019.

13th Dimmension: Why GEORGE PEREZ Never Finished BRAVE AND THE BOLD

posted Jul 14, 2019, 11:01 AM by Vu Nguyen


DC Comics
Excerpt: I’m very, very proud it. I’m very proud of what Mark and I did, but it didn’t really find the audience we wish it had. And I couldn’t finish the first year of it, not because I slowed down but because they came in and said, “We want you to do Legion of 3 Worlds.” Mark, I know, was upset about it because he really wanted me to finish the full first year — and I don’t blame him, that’s what I had contracted for — but it was DC who came in and said, “We want you to do Legion.”

Unfortunately, by the time they were starting to put Legion of 3 Worlds together, they decided, “We’re going to make this part of Final Crisis” — again which I didn’t know — which meant they had to restructure a lot. It took them so long … I could have finished 12 issues of Brave and the Bold. I could have done it.

Marvel Comics #1000 George Perez cover was originally published in 1980

posted Jul 12, 2019, 11:38 PM by Vu Nguyen

From Vu

MARVEL COMICS #1000 (Hidden Gem Variant by George Perez) (Aug 2019)
Marvel Comics
Thanks to Ilke, the George Perez "Hidden Gem" variant cover to Marvel Comics #1000. This image was originally published as in MARVEL CALENDAR 1981 (Dec 1980) by George Perez and Gene Day. Download the image here.


(W) Various (A) Various (CA) George Perez
THIS IS THE BIG ONE! In celebration of Marvel's 80th Anniversary, we have gathered together the greatest array of talent ever to be assembled between the covers of a single comic book! Names from the past, from the present, and even the future! Every page is filled with all-new work from this cavalcade of comic book luminaries!
There is a mystery that threads throughout the Marvel Universe - one that has its origins in MARVEL COMICS #1 and which unites a disparate array of heroes and villains throughout the decades! What is the Eternity Mask, and who is responsible for the conspiracy to keep it hidden? And what new player will make their startling debut as these secrets are peeled away?
Featuring the entirety of the Marvel Universe of characters!
Rated T

In Shops: Aug 28, 2019
Final Orders Due: Jul 15, 2019
SRP: $9.99

Avengers Toon Tumbler can be spotted in the film Glass

posted Jul 12, 2019, 11:01 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Jul 12, 2019, 11:44 PM ]

From Vu

PopFun Merchandising
The Avengers Toon Tumbler (and an Infinity Gauntlet pin) can be spotted in the film Glass (2019). The tumbler uses the cover art from Avengers #150 (Aug 1976).

It appears that Superman #423 recently got a reprint in Mexico (July 11, 2019)

posted Jul 12, 2019, 7:12 PM by Vu Nguyen



Superman Action Comics: ¿Qué sucedió con el Hombre del Mañana?
Publicación: Julio 11, 2019
Escritor: Alan Moore
Ilustradores: Curt Swan y George Pérez
Periodicidad: Mensual
Portada variante: no
Páginas: 32
Precio: 45 pesos

Los legendarios Alan Moore (Watchmen) y Curt Swan (Superman) unieron su genio para crear Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?, la aventura final del Hombre de Acero en su última batalla contra Lex Luthor, Brainiac y sus demás enemigos

Por primera vez en México se presenta esta historia tal y como apareció originalmente, inicando con este ejemplar que reproduce el mítico Superman #423 de 1986.

¡Una edición para coleccionistas!

Book Riot: 26 Of The Best Comic Book Covers Of All Time

posted Jul 12, 2019, 1:04 PM by Vu Nguyen


WONDER WOMAN #46 (Sep 1990)
DC Comics
26 Of The Best Comic Book Covers Of All Time

Book Riot has talked about the best comic book artists working today and what makes a great cover in general. Now, it’s time to present 26 of the absolute best comic book covers of all time!

Because I am terrible at ranking things, I’ve just put them in chronological order. I’ll start with a few age-old classics that have been referenced and parodied a thousand times, then move on to the modern masterpieces that deserve their own place in comics history.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at some fantastic—and sometimes historic—comic book covers!


Wonder Woman #46 (1990)

This is not your typical Wonder Woman story (it’s about a teenage girl who loses her friend to suicide), so it needed an atypical cover to go with it. Jill Thompson handily delivers with this piece.

JLA/Avengers #3 (2003)

George Pérez is the undisputed champion of drawing massive crowds of people while still managing to make everyone look distinct. Nowhere is this more evident than his (and Tom Smith’s) covers for the JLA/Avengers crossover event.

Update (07/11/2019)

posted Jul 11, 2019, 3:08 PM by Vu Nguyen

Art by George Perez


SANDMAN (2001)
art by George Perez
from zi1650

SANDMAN (1999)
art by George Perez
from Comics 101

SANDMAN (2002)
art by George Perez
from hero

Avengers #21 is an homage to Avengers #10

posted Jul 10, 2019, 8:33 PM by Vu Nguyen

From Vu

AVENGERS #21 (Homage) (10 Jul 2019)
Marvel Comics
Avengers #21 (which came out today, July 10, 2019) cover is an homage to Avengers #10 (Nov 1998)

George Perez will still honor the 5 head sketches for Terrificon

posted Jul 10, 2019, 12:36 PM by Vu Nguyen

From Spencer

TERRIFICON 2019 (09-11 Aug 2019)
Mohegan Sun Expo Center, Connecticut
UPDATE: Mr. Perez is still honoring the 5 commission requests ($100 each). Those selected will be able to pick up the artwork at TERRIFICON at his agent: Spencer Beck at The Artists Choice booth.

Details for the commission list is here

George Perez head sketch commissions for TerrifiCon will go on sale Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 at exactly midnight (Eastern Time Zone) when Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 becomes Thursday, July 11th, 2019 .

To be fair, I will ONLY use the time stamp as given by my email host ( ) and they have the final word as to when it is received, not I. Any requests that come in before midnight will be disqualified ... even if they come in at 11:59:59 PM ..... 12 MIDNIGHT and not a second earlier. Bear in mind that for Amazing Comic Con - Hawaii, C2E2 and East Coast Comic Convention commission lists sold out in FOUR SECONDS (Yes, at 12:00:04 all commissions were sold out) so make sure to get your order in as quickly as possible at the deadline.
Please make sure to include your EXACT request as any emails that come in without the character are disqualified and discarded. All orders must have your first and last name in them as well the exact request. Emails that say "Please put me on the list" do not count and are disqualified. You MUST have all of the requested info in the email. 

Remember, Mr. Perez is doing single character, head shots ONLY and nothing else. One request per person, per name, per household, per family, or per address. You must be present at the show to pick up the artwork in person ... NO PROXIES

Sketch cover or sketch book or jam board requests are NOT accepted. SORRY. Too many potential problems and we do not wish to be responsible for anyone having a bad experience should the item be lost, damaged or destroyed anywhere in the process or shipping thereof. Finally, he is doing only FIVE ( 5 ) commissions total for the show. There will be no on site drawing done.

I hope this is not too blunt, and hopefully, this answers all outstanding questions. We reserve the right to adjust the rules should some unforeseen question come up that has not yet been addressed.

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