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1. Jim Lee For Tomorrow   $400.00

“For Tomorrow” was created by renown DC Comics artist and writer, Jim Lee. Featuring Superman, For Tomorrow is the companion piece to Lee’s Batman piece, “Knightwatch.” For Tomorrow originally debuted as a cover for the Superman Adventures series. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

2. Jim Lee For Tomorrow   $825.00

“For Tomorrow” was created by renown DC Comics artist and writer, Jim Lee. Featuring Superman, For Tomorrow is the companion piece to Lee’s Batman piece, “Knightwatch.” For Tomorrow originally debuted as a cover for the Superman Adventures series. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

3. Jim Lee Knightwatch   $875.00

This image is taken from “The Dark Knight Returns” comic book series, which is to date one of DC Comics best selling books with recent sell outs. Drawn in the cross hatched style that has come to make Jim Lee one of the most famous and innovative illustrators of Batman Each “Knightwatch” print has been hand signed by Jim Lee, currently one of the hottest DC Comics artists among fans worldwide

4. Jim Lee Kissing the Knight   $975.00

This dramatic image of Batman and Catwoman demonstrates the tension and desire between the Caped Crusader and Cat Thief hinted in both the comic books and animated series. This image first appeared in the February 2003 Batman Comic, “In the Mouth of Madness,” which was penciled by Jim Lee. This series has grown into one of the most popular DC Comics Batman series to date. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee’s style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

5. Jim Lee Kissing the Knight   $425.00

This dramatic image of Batman and Catwoman demonstrates the tension and desire between the Caped Crusader and Cat Thief hinted in both the comic books and animated series. This image first appeared in the February 2003 Batman Comic, “In the Mouth of Madness,” which was penciled by Jim Lee. This series has grown into one of the most popular DC Comics Batman series to date. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee’s style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

6. Jim Lee Heroes   $1200.00

Taken from the renown series Batman: Hush, which premiered in 2001, “Heroes” is one of the two triple-gatefold comic book covers for Batman #619; the final edition of the Hush series. This final edition was published in November 2003. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee’s style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

7. Jim Lee Heroes   $650.00

Taken from the renown series Batman: Hush, which premiered in 2001, “Heroes” is one of the two triple-gatefold comic book covers for Batman #619; the final edition of the Hush series. This final edition was published in November 2003. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee’s style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

8. Jim Lee Legendary Heroes   $500.00

“Legendary Heroes” is a collaborative effort between award-winning comic book artists, Alex Ross and Jim Lee. Lee created the drawing and Ross rendered the image into a final painting. Created as cover art, it was published exclusively for Wizard Magazine. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Alex Ross and Jim Lee.

9. Jim Lee Gotham's Crime Fighters   $450.00

“Gotham’s Crime Fighters” encapsulates the reunion of Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, who first appeared as Robin in Detective Comics #40. This image of Nightwing illustrated by Jim Lee, is taken from Batman #615 (December 2003); #8 in the Hush series. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

10. Jim Lee Gotham's Crime Fighters   $875.00

“Gotham’s Crime Fighters” encapsulates the reunion of Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, who first appeared as Robin in Detective Comics #40. This image of Nightwing illustrated by Jim Lee, is taken from Batman #615 (December 2003); #8 in the Hush series. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

11. Jim Lee Gotham's Crusaders   $875.00

Rendered and drawn by premier DC Comics artist, Jim Lee. Gotham's Crusaders is a new piece by Lee, created as development art, and featured in Wizard Magazine. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee's style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

12. Jim Lee Gotham's Crusaders   $450.00

Rendered and drawn by premier DC Comics artist, Jim Lee. Gotham's Crusaders is a new piece by Lee, created as development art, and featured in Wizard Magazine. Rendered by Jim Lee, Lee's style is noted for the definition and detail he incorporates into his superhero images. Each piece is hand-numbered and has been signed by Jim Lee.

13. Jim Lee Batman Over San Prospero   $450.00

A true fine art piece, the setting for “Batman Over San Prospero” was inspired by the Modena landscape of North-Central Italy where Jim Lee spends time every year.

14. Jim Lee Batman Over San Prospero   $825.00

A true fine art piece, the setting for “Batman Over San Prospero” was inspired by the Modena landscape of North-Central Italy where Jim Lee spends time every year.

15. Jim Lee Infinite Crisis   $975.00

This is the cover art Jim Lee designed for “Infinite Crisis”, the sequel to the epic “Crisis On Infinite Earths”, the 2005-2006 seven issue miniseries event that rocked the entire DC Universe.

16. Jim Lee Infinite Crisis   $500.00

This is the cover art Jim Lee designed for “Infinite Crisis”, the sequel to the epic “Crisis On Infinite Earths”, the 2005-2006 seven issue miniseries event that rocked the entire DC Universe.

17. Jim Lee Trinity Wonder Woman   $225.00

This is the cover art Jim Lee designed for the “Trinity” series. Wonder Woman (book #16), Superman (book #17) and Batman (book #18) each have their own cover, but the art was actually designed as a single image featuring the three Super Heroes in action. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman lead the heroes of the DCU against the machinations of their malevolent counterparts, resulting in a cataclysmic event that will change the world – but not like anyone involved expects. This piece utilizes many of Lee’s renown stylistic cues. Lee who at one time studied to be a physician at Princeton University, demonstrates his strong knowledge of the anatomy in order to create some of the most physically imposing superheroes to date, while his cross-cut style of illustration, executed through tiny lines in the character, gives an impression that his characters are actually moving.

18. Jim Lee Trinity Batman Superman And Wonder Woman   $1100.00

Trinity features Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, taken from the popular DC Comics’ Trinity series. This image was conceived and drawn by DC Comics President Jim Lee, also a prominent illustrator and writer. Though Lee’s characters utilize superhuman strength, their poses also suggest a poise and finesse which is difficult for others to produce with superheroes. Each Trinity canvas is hand signed by Jim Lee.

19. Jim Lee Heroines of the DC Universe   $1200.00

Heroines of the DC Universe features Supergirl, Wonder Woman and Batgirl, three of the most popular heroines ever to appear in comics, have combined forces to combat evil in the DC Universe. This fine art giclee print on canvas is the perfect combination of beauty & power.This image was originally released in 2000 for the Warner Bros. Studio Stores as a lithograph in an edition of 250. Published by Clampett Studios, the very limited edition size of 25 canvases makes this a very special release. Each print is numbered by hand and signed by Jim Lee.