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 #48
A tale of redemption and farewell, as G-Dog learns the secrets of his origin, faces personal tragedy and joins a very unlikely superhero team.
ASTRO CITY #46
The final chapter in the Broken Man’s century-spanning revelations about Astro City, music, rebellion, heroes and the threat of the Oubor.
ASTRO CITY #44
A tale of murder, mystery…and a cat. Starring Nightingale, Sunhawk…and their cat. Did we mention the cat? The cat’s the lead character.
ASTRO CITY: REFLECTIONS
This new collection starts with a look back at ASTRO CITY’s past in a special 20th anniversary issue. It all began with Samaritan’s dreams of flying—but what is he dreaming of now?...
updatedASTRO CITY #47
Meet G-Dog, possibly ASTRO CITY’s most unusual superhero ever. Half man, half dog—but who’s running the show?
ASTRO CITY #45
“WHAT BROKE THE BROKEN MAN?” part one of two! Astro City’s tangled history of superheroes, music, counterculture, serpents and darkness comes to a head.
ASTRO CITY: HONOR GUARD
In the latest ASTRO CITY paperback, the Living Nightmare—the embodiment of fear itself—goes up against the Honor Guard, and all its secrets come to light. Plus, Starfighter has been...
ASTRO CITY #43
At long last, it’s the origin of the Gentleman! Lord Saampa and his Serpent Cult strike in the U.S.…but are they here to serve their scaly god, or to save a soul?