Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross

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Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross is a giclée on canvas which features the ORIGINAL Superman from the 1940s.  He is centered, framed by Batman and Wonder Woman. It also features The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, The Atom, Starman, and so on.

  • Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Animazing Gallery
  • Size: 16-1/8 h x 36-7/8 w
  • Only 100 ever made!

Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross

Alex’s small simple sketches start at $500 on his direct site.  This Giclée on Canvas is a steal!

Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross

Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross

 

The Justice Society of America was the world’s first superhero group that began in 1940.  Alex Ross has captured the look and emotional drama of the very first Justice League of America.  Many of these characters were ‘cloned’ as the Justice League in 1960.  Want a more complete history?  I have it for you here.

With an eleven-year run, it was one of the longest running series in the Golden Age of Comics. Superman Justice League Society Art by Alex Ross is one of the most sought after art subjects by fanboys worldwide.

What is a giclee?  It is a limited edition print that is produced in a way which allows it to be called fine art.  Read about it on Wikipedia.  It is beyond a simple “print”.

 

Alex Ross began to draw comics when he was a boy, inspired by illustrators George Perez and Berni Wrightson. At 17, Alex went to Chicago’s American Academy of Art to study classic surrealists such as Dalí, who influenced Alex’s comic book style. Alex’s “photorealist” style has also been influenced by Norman Rockwell and J.C. Leyendecker. After graduating, Alex collaborated with Marvel Comics editor Kurt Busiek to create Marvels, a graphic novel examining the Marvel superheroes from the perspective of ordinary men.  The book’s critical success demonstrated Alex’s extraordinary ability to capture the characters in a fresh, stylized fashion that was both unique and dramatic.

 

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This article was written by marviene

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