Wonder Woman #1 Original George Perez Artwork Page 22

Wonder Woman #1 Original George Perez Artwork Page 22

George Perez and Bruce Patterson – Wonder Woman #1, page 22 Original Art (DC, 1987). George Perez provided the necessary clout to make the launch of Wonder Woman Volume 2 #1 a major event in February 1987. Perez set a new direction for DC’s first lady, purifying the concept and jettisoning Roman mythology references in favor of Greek ones. The tone of the book was decidedly humanist, as opposed to feminist, as Diana played the role of stranger in a strange land. The major contrast that the Post-Crisis era heroine introduced was that of a warrior preaching brotherhood and peace. This page shows the Amazons leaving Greece behind at the calling of the Goddesses of Olympus to venture to their new home Themyscira. The seas parted by Poseidon. The page shows the Goddesses, Athena, Artemis, Aphrodite, Demeter and Hestia as well as Poseidon, God of the Seas. As well as the Amazons including Hippolyte and Menalippe. And first glimpse of Themyscira. The art has an image area of 10″ x 15, ” with some tape on the left and right that has yellowed with age. This does not effect the art. Otherwise it is in Excellent condition with the top edge not straight, see photo. Signed by George Perez down the right side. Please feel free to ask any questions about this historic piece from not only Wonder Woman history but from George Perez. Look at my other auctions for more comic art. The item “WONDER WOMAN #1 ORIGINAL GEORGE PEREZ ARTWORK PAGE 22″ is in sale since Saturday, September 19, 2020. This item is in the category “Books, Comics & Magazines\Comic Books & Memorabilia\Original Comic Art”. The seller is “kevibabes” and is located in Edinburgh. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Personalised: No
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Issue Number: 1
  • Year: 1987
  • Modification Description: Signed by artist down the side of the artwork
  • Signed: Yes

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