Comic book illustrator Jim Lee is the editorial director of WildStorm Studios (which he founded in 1992) and the artist for many of DC Comics' bestselling comic book and graphic novels, including All Star Batman and Robin, Batman: Hush, and Superman: For Tomorrow. He also serves as the creative... show more
Comic book illustrator Jim Lee is the editorial director of WildStorm Studios (which he founded in 1992) and the artist for many of DC Comics' bestselling comic book and graphic novels, including All Star Batman and Robin, Batman: Hush, and Superman: For Tomorrow. He also serves as the creative director for the upcoming DC Universe Online videogame. Prior to DC, he was one of the founding fathers of Image Comics and best known for his run on the X-Men for Marvel Comics during which he co-created such characters as Gambit and Agent Zero. In his spare time, Jim enjoys a good laugh or two.
Birth date: August 11, 1964
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It was in 1992 when 7 popular comic artist (Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Jim Valentino & Whilce Portacio) form Image Comics. In 1993, a new imprint called Darker Image show casing what they call a darker side of heroes with an anthology of three stories in a sin...
They don't go over the alternate personalities - Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent, whatever Green Lantern they're going with - and they gloss over the fact that Vic Stone will become Cyborg. It also sets up a Dark Seid story without letting the audience know who he is, so if you're not familiar, you just d...
I loved this! I had saw it at Barnes & Noble, but didn't want to pay 16 dollars for a comic book, so I looked on Amazon to see if they had it, and it was only 3bucks. Score!This was a fun read that definitely caught my interest! Full review later.
Rebirth. Suicide Squad: The Black Vault Vol 1 Collects: Rebirth. Suicide Squad #1-4 Written by Rob Williams. Artwork by Jim Lee By now everybody knows the Suicide Squad, a collection of DC villains kept in a high security prison until they are needed to perform a risky task for the US government. ...
It's got a misunderstanding, the tension between Superman and General Lane, and Superman and Wraith coming together despite Lane's attempts to keep them at each other's throats. It's fun, and I wasn't sure what to expect. I've both loved and hated some of the new 52: Batman, especially towards t...