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Name only 1 book that you would have signed by George Perez8812

Collector gotham44 private msg quote post Address this user
Since George Perez is no longer touring, what would be the one book of his to get signed by him.
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Collector JustABitEvil private msg quote post Address this user
Im sending this one.


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Collector Batman79 private msg quote post Address this user
Can't go wrong with infinity gauntlet #1
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Can't go wrong with infinity gauntlet #1


I'm taking that when I (hopefully) go to East Coast.
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Collector gotham44 private msg quote post Address this user
@JustABitEvil I never even seen that cover.
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Collector gotham44 private msg quote post Address this user
I'm thinking I would go with Crisis number 8 with the death of the Flash
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Collector Batman66 private msg quote post Address this user

i believe this is his first work with comics, it would be a good candidate
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I'm thinking I would go with Crisis number 8 with the death of the Flash


Mine would be Crisis on Infinite Earth #7 (Death of Supergirl) with issue #1 being a close second.
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@JustABitEvil I never even seen that cover.


Its a mini he did with Peter David, from 1994, I like to get oddball things signed for my PC. I figure EVERYONE is getting Teen Titans and Infinity Gauntlet.
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
My son just finished the Infinity Gauntlet TBP recently so I may get issue #1 signed for him. Maybe Teen Titans #1 for me.
I'm hoping he has original art for sale so I may save up for a page?
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i believe this is his first work with comics, it would be a good candidate


+1
Considering how busy the cover is, the placements here aren't too bad- though Richards' pen needed a replacement.

It doesn't show nearly as well in this image as it does in hand, but Stan's sig (I know he had nothing to do with the book) has a cool 3D thing going on.

I'm gladgladglad George chose to sign above his shoulder rather than under his crotch LOL

If I had gotten these, they'd be inside, and probably Richards-Free.



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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
JLA/Avengers Hardcover...too bad he doesn't do convention sketches anymore



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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
Another good one is his first Avengers work.


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Collector BrianGreensnips private msg quote post Address this user
Avengers 196 for me. I actually have one that GP signed for me.
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I started out thinking that I'd get New Teen Titans #1 (1980). Then I thought #2 for investment reasons. Then I thought #23 or #24 for my PC (the New Teen Titans series was about the only DC title I followed faithfully as a kid). But then I did some research and decided on this one. It is the second solo issue that Perez pencilled and his first cover credit. Perez had pencilled some backup stories and a couple other smaller pieces before this, but Creatures on the Loose #33 is the first time he pencilled a whole issue. In the credits for #34, he is listed, along with John Romita, Sr. and Tony Mortellaro, as being the cover artist. I'd love to ask him what part he did for the cover. I always like getting an artist first cover or an early piece that they did.


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Collector Batman66 private msg quote post Address this user
@MR_SigS remember buying that book at 7-11 when it came out, the avengers was my go to book
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Collector Tedsaid private msg quote post Address this user
I've picked three to get signed by him: Teen Titans #2, Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (Supergirl cover), and Wonder Woman #22 (pictured). The Wonder Woman is a double cover - my only one - so that's nice. I'm considering adding Justice League of America #200, which is a great cover. Or maybe Superman #423, even though he only did the inks? Perhaps another Teen Titans, such as Who Is Donna Troy, or maybe the one where they fight the Justice League.

So many choices...


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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
@Tedsaid yes too many choices!!! So many great books over so many years
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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
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I started out thinking that I'd get New Teen Titans #1 (1980). Then I thought #2 for investment reasons. Then I thought #23 or #24 for my PC (the New Teen Titans series was about the only DC title I followed faithfully as a kid). But then I did some research and decided on this one. It is the second solo issue that Perez pencilled and his first cover credit. Perez had pencilled some backup stories and a couple other smaller pieces before this, but Creatures on the Loose #33 is the first time he pencilled a whole issue. In the credits for #34, he is listed, along with John Romita, Sr. and Tony Mortellaro, as being the cover artist. I'd love to ask him what part he did for the cover. I always like getting an artist first cover or an early piece that they did.




According to GCD, GP penciled the cover.

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@MR_SigS Thanks!!! I was using comicbookdb for the info and didn't think of checking GCD!!!!
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Collector eee91 private msg quote post Address this user
So many great options. I agonized for a while before sending this one to C2E2 to get signed before he retires-


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I was also thinking this one but i don't know that there is a nice area to plave the signature. Maybe issue 1? as it has nice empty white areas???
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I was also thinking this one but i don't know that there is a nice area to plave the signature. Maybe issue 1? as it has nice empty white areas???


This is the same problem I have with Crisis #1 ... no good place to sign. (Except maybe on the back cover?) But I think on this one (TT #2), the area on Starfire's body and Cyborg's arm will work. At least, that's the part I marked off. (And I marked off Raven's body for Marv Wolfman's signature. Hopefully, they will have some choices on pen color.)
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
Could get my 9.6 Tales o Teen Titan #44 signed?? Problem is I already have a verified 9.4 with Perez and Wolfman sigs
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Could get my 9.6 Tales o Teen Titan #44 signed?? Problem is I already have a verified 9.4 with Perez and Wolfman sigs

I have one of these (9.6) with just Perez, so I am thinking about cracking it to add Wolfman at the same event. But I'm trying to balance between comics for value/investment purposes, like @Jesse_O suggested, and just my favorite comics.

And with two signatures, plus grading and pressing and shipping, it's about $100 per book. So it's not like I can just go crazy with the comics here, get them to sign everything. I've gotta try for a modicum of frugality, right? (For once.)
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Collector esaravo private msg quote post Address this user
Because of the wrap-around cover, how about this one?




Or for simplicity, this one?


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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
@esaravo

Yeah...WW #1 is also a fav....have a raw (from my PC that I've had forever) and a CBCS 9.6 I picked up a year or two ago.

Might go for the WW raw one as it looks to be in at least as good a condition as the already graded one.

His detail work is just amazing even with a cover full of characters and it is all people in proper proportions unlike most of the 90's!!!
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