George Perez, the Marvel and DC comics artist and writer who worked on Crisis On Infinite Earths, is dead at 67
George Pérez, whose long career included important stints writing and drawing for Marvel and DC comics, died Saturday due to complications from pancreatic cancer.
The news of the artists death at age 67 was announced the same day on his official Facebook page.
Although Pérez took on many roles in the comics industry, he was primarily known as a penciller, and his most high-profile work was on the iconic DC limited series Crisis On Infinite Earths.
Comics legend: George Pérez, whose long career included important stints writing and drawing for Marvel and DC, died Saturday at 67 due to complications from pancreatic cancer; seen in 2019 in Las Vegas
Pérez had his wife Carol Flynn and other family members with him on Saturday when he died at home, according to the Facebook post.
In the 1980s, Pérez helped relaunch DC’s Teen Titans series with writer Marv Wolfman, while he worked on penciling.
The two created several important characters through their collaboration, including Cyborg, Raven and Starfire.
The team also instigated Dick Grayson’s transformation from the original Batman sidekick Robin to Nightwing.
Revived series: In the 1980s, Pérez helped relaunch DC’s Teen Titans series with writer Marv Wolfman, while he worked on penciling