Lee Weeks Archives

M.A.X. Yearbook #nn (Marvel, 1993) CGC NM/MT 9.8 White pages
It includes work by Andy Kubert, Joe Quesada, SJB Jones, Bob Dvorak, Steve Epting, Tom Palmer, Matthew Ryan, Bob Larkin, Lou Harrison, Mark Pacella, Dan Panosian, Joe Madureira, Kevin Conrad, Greg Capullo, Hector Collazo, John Beatty, Mark Farmer, Harry Candelario, Lee Weeks, Kerry Gammill, John Beatty, Dave Ross, Tim Dzon, Jan Duursema, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jimmy[...]
Separated At Birth
Maybe he wants to do some more work for DC?  As spied by friend-of-Bleeding Cool, Adam Dechanel, the commissioned piece of artwork by Giancarlo Caracuzzo and posted to his Facebook art page looks a little familiar. Separated At Birth – Giancarlo Caracuzzo and Lee Weeks' Batman/Superman. Especially when compared to this cover by Lee Weeks[...]
Tom King and Lee Weeks Put a Secret Looney Tunes Crossover in Batman #67
King has decided to make March's Batman #67 into a sequel to his and artist Lee Weeks' Batman/Elmer Fudd crossover King made the shocking reveal on Twitter. Long held secret, but @Inkdropinc, @jfornes74, and I teamed up for a sequel to the award winning (so weird) Batman/Elmer Fudd crossover It's in Batman 67, part of the[...]
Batman #53 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Bruce believes they should not be the same, and that Gotham must accept that Batman is just a man. Batman #53 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser Batman #53 brings "Cold Days" home in the manner I hoped It presents a vulnerable and hurting Bruce Wayne opening himself up to people he doesn't know and the[...]
Batman #52 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Freeze. Batman #52 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser Batman #52 delivers a much-needed moment of self-awareness from the Caped Crusader While Tom King has delivered many moments of a vulnerable and reflective Bruce Wayne, it is nice to have another moment like this—and one where he tacitly admits to his own brutality. Following up Batman #50[...]
Top DC Comics of 2017 #3: Batman Annual #2 by Tom King, Lee Weeks, and Michael Lark
I came around to the Tom King Batman train a lot later than most for reasons now well documented on Bleeding Cool, and Batman Annual #2 by King, Lee Weeks, and Michael Lark is a big part of the reason I ever came around to it all. Also, side note, yes I know the "Batman-Hater Holiday Special" posts were put up in reverse order[...]
Batman Annual #2 cover by Lee Weeks
We also get a vision of how it all may end. Batman Annual #2 cover by Lee Weeks Let's get a few things out of the way first Firstly, welcome to my Holdiay Special! Reviews don't normally have Holiday Specials beyond best and worst lists, but I'm doing one anyway We are nearing the end of the[...]
Batman Annual #2
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman Annual #2 from DC Comics by Tom King, Lee Weeks, Michael Lark, Elizabeth Breitweiser, June Chung and Deron Bennett continues the trajectory that King and his many wonderful collaborators have taken the Dark Knight on: an emotional exploration of the heart of the Batman and the importance of his relationships with the world[...]
Lee Weeks Art On Display At Liberty University
The Liberty University Art Gallery in Lynchburg, Virginia is featuring works from comic artist Lee Weeks from now until November 10th Weeks is best known for his work on Daredevil, Batman: Gauntlet, Gambit and Spider-Man: Death & Destiny Weeks has also worked as a writer, most recently scripting the Angels Unaware story in Daredevil: Dark[...]