Alex Ross is one of the world's most pre-eminent and well-respected comic book artists. His big break came in 1993 with Marvels, a limited series that took a realistic look at Marvel super heroes by presenting them from the point of view of an ordinary man. Ross followed this up with the best-selling KINGDOM COME for DC Comics, followed by work on SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN which is collected in WORLD'S GREATEST SUPER-HEROES and UNCLE SAM for Vertigo. His most recent interior artwork for DC includes the epic series JUSTICE featuring the Justice League of America which he co-wrote with Jim Krueger. He currently co-writes the adventures of JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA with Geoff-Johns and paints cover artwork for the monthly BATMAN & SUPERMAN titles. Ross has also applied his artistic skills to outside projects with comic book roots, including a limited-edition promotional poster for the 2002 Academy Awards, as well as covers for TV Guide.
ASTRO CITY #24
It’s hard to be a talking ape in the big bad city. Especially when you set out to be a drummer and became a super hero instead. But will that
ASTRO CITY #22
Starfighter has been enjoying a hero’s reward for decades. But with dark forces stirring in the cosmos, will he be called back to action? Or are there other paths?
ASTRO CITY: FAMILY ALBUM NEW EDITION
The classic ASTRO CITY title is back in print with new trade dress and brand-new cover art by Alex Ross! Every family has treasured memories... and isn’t that what a family album is...
ASTRO CITY: VICTORY
In these tales from ASTRO CITY #7-10, a major new epic features Winged Victory, Samaritan, and the Confessor. When criminal charges are brought against Winged Victory, the Confessor...
ASTRO CITY #23
What do you do when you’re a talking gorilla, and all your life you’ve wanted nothing more than to be a drummer in a rock & roll band? That’s right, you go to Astro City.
updatedASTRO CITY: THE DARK AGE 1 – BROTHERS AND OTHER STRANGERS NEW PRINTING
The classic ASTRO CITY title is back in print with new trade dress! Set in the early 1970s, this title follows two brothers as one becomes a hero and another takes a different path...
ASTRO CITY #21
The shattering conclusion of the 4-part “Quarrel” story.
ASTRO CITY #20
Quarrel learns more about what makes her tick – through action, anger, and disastrous relationships with MPH and Crackerjack – as she tries to figure out her future.