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Interview Requests

posted Jan 4, 2018, 7:10 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Jan 4, 2018, 7:12 PM ]
From Vu

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The last major interview George Perez accepted was for SyFy (sample) and for Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (I think Warner Brothers flew him to Burbank to film Marv & George talking about their creations). 

Please stop asking me or requesting George Perez for an interview. The best way to get a hold of George for any questions will be at a convention.

Some example of interview requests (from 2017 only):

A: Hi George, I am starting up a new comic book podcast called xxxxxxxx with a couple buddies.  I was wondering if you would be interested in coming on to our show for an interview and talk about your career working on comics in the near future?

B: I am a comics enthusiast and am also looking at breaking into the field. I have started blogging stories about artists and comic creators called xxxxxxxx.  How do you schedule an interview with George Perez? Is there a fee or donation for getting the interview? and Does he have an agent we contact?

C: I would like to have George Pérez on my podcast as a special guest to talk about Hulk: Future Imperfect. Do you know if he does podcast xxxxxxx interviews? Do you know how I can reach him?

D: I am Senior Editor of xxxxxxx. I also have entries in the upcoming xxxxxxx which will be published this fall. I’m now writing a book on literature’s influence in comics and I wanted to know if I could interview you for the book. xxxxx is interested in publishing my book. Attached and pasted below are the questions for your perusal.

E: If you found you had some free time, I know my editor would love it if I could press you for an interview for xxxxxx

F: Hello, my name is xxxxxx, the host/producer of xxxx podcast, a show that interviews influential people in the world of comics. Guests share their creative journey, expressing what excites them today, their worst moments and most memorable successes.... I would be honored if George Perez will join me on the show for an interview. Past guests include [names redacted].  George is a master cartoonist whose work has inspired and influenced countless people around the world. I know that his journey and experience will give my listeners the spark they need to keep their passion for making comics burning. I understand the life of a cartoonist is hectic but I hope that George will set aside 1 hour to sit down with me for a chat via Skype/Phone call.