DISAPPEARANCE – The American, who notably contributed to relaunch wonder womandied at the age of 67 from pancreatic cancer.
American cartoonist George Perez, a figure in Marvel and DC superhero comics, has died at the age of 67 from pancreatic cancer, his entourage announced on Saturday. “George left yesterday peacefully, at his home with by his side the one who was his wife of 490 months and his family“Wrote one of her close friends, Constance Eza, on the artist’s Facebook page.
George Perez had started at Marvel in the 1970s, working in particular on the avengers and The Fantastic Four. The designer had gradually approached DC editions, Marvel’s big competitor, for which he collaborated on the Young Titans and helped revive wonder woman in the late 1980s.”His contributions have been instrumental in advancing and reinventing DC’s long and storied history.“, greeted the publisher on Twitter.
“Our family at Marvel mourns their loss“Reacted his competitor, stressing the importance of his work”through all the comics“. George Perez announced his retirement in 2019 due to health issues.
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