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Calls For Marvel And DC To Republish JLA/Avengers for George Perez
Among the  memories and well-wishes from comic book creators and fans were repeated calls for DC and Marvel to reprint the 2004 JLA/Avengers volume by George Perez and Kurt Busiek. Calls For Marvel And DC To Republish JLA/Avengers for George Pérez Simon Bowland: Now would be a good time for @Marvel and @DCComics to come together, reprint[...]
Remembering George Perez
Here is just a small sample of some that we read. Colleen Doran: Every day is a good day to tell the world how much you love George Perez. Tom Brevoort: There's a story about George Pérez and Infinity Gauntlet that I tell to young artists and editors as a learning lesson When George came back to[...]
Peacemaker: Who is that Goofy Vigilante in the HBO Max Series?
So who is this Vigilante, reconfigured into another costumed goofball in director and showrunner Gunn's coterie of costumed goofballs? Vigilante in "Peacemaker" still courtesy of HBO Max British actor Stroma plays Adrian Chase aka The Vigilante, a new character originally created by Marv Wolfman and George Perez in the New Teen Titans comic series in the 1980s[...]
Recognizing that their live-action world has a foundation built in part by Marv Wolfman and George Perez's The New Teen Titans run, the cast is checking out the comics and offering some fun, dramatic readings of the dialogue as well as some commentary on how different their characters looked back then. Image: Screencap So for a look[...]
Grab a Page Of George Perez Teen Titans Original Artwork From 1982
New Teen Titans #19 from 1982 was written by Marv Wolfman, pencilled by George Perez, with inks by Romeo Tanghal, coloured by Adrienne Roy, lettered by John Costanza, and edited by Len Wein.  One page of original artwork from that issue, written and drawn almost forty years ago is currently up for auction from Heritage Auction[...]
Today, DC Comics Defines Deathstroke As A "Pedophiliac Rapist"
So we found an interview with George Perez when he would state just that, albeit it in a different tone. But answering questions set by Brian Salvatore at Multiversity three years ago, Christopher Priest took a different tack He wrote the characters of Deathstroke and Terra in his DC Rebirth run on Deathstroke, including rewriting events[...]