This is the first installment of our Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight Series! We’re kicking things off with a look at Comic Book legend George Pérez!
Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight George Pérez
- George Pérez is a Writer, Penciller and Inker who has worked in the Comic Book industry for over 40 years.
- He is from the Bronx and of Puerto Rican descent.
- Has a very detailed Art-style and is known for doing amazing splash panels featuring many characters.
- He co-created the White Tiger (the first Puerto Rican superhero in Comics) with Bill Mantlo.
- He has won several Comic Book industry awards, including the Eagle Award, Inkpot Award and the Jack Kirby Award.
- He is currently retired, but has worked for both Marvel and DC Comics in the past.
We’re celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Planet Nestor by highlighting some of the Latino/Latina/LatinX trailblazers in Pop Culture entertainment who have inspired or influenced us!
Hispanic Heritage Month 2019: We hope to inspire and uplift with this content, so stay tuned for more Posts at Planet Nestor throughout Hispanic Heritage Month!
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the remarkable contributions that Hispanic (Latino/Latina/LatinX) Americans have made to the history United States and runs from September 15 through October 15!