As part of a massive auction of premium comic books and original artwork at Heritage Auctions, the original artwork for the triple-page spread of Batman: Hush from Batman #619, by Jim Lee and Scott Williams, will be going to auction today and has already received pre-auction bids at $312,000 But it's not the only piece[...]
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Scott Williams is best known as the inker of Jim Lee's pencils, and has fulfilled that role at Marvel, WildStorm and DC Comics for over thirty years Recently he shared some news involving his work with a different co-founder of Image Comics, Rob Liefeld And a cover for New Mutants #90 that he inked from[...]
It was written by Jeph Loeb and the art team was Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair It took place in issues #608-619 of Batman from December 2002-September 2003 It sold tons, and has been collected numerous times since its original publishing. The animated film is slated for release this summer As news for it[...]
In his newly announced variant cover, Scott Williams had the opportunity to draw 18 feet on 9 characters, but only ended up drawing 2, presumably because it couldn't be avoided We can only possibly take this as an endorsement of the "no feet" camp for Williams Check out the press release and variant below, and[...]
The wedding day of Batman and Catwoman has arrived at last. All that remains to be done is to find a judge, two witnesses, and to walk down the aisle.
Only four from the latter House remain, and both Houses are looking for Caden Park. Immortal Men #1 cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair First, weird observation, this comic has a very strong and odd smell to it. Immortal Men #1 is trying to set up a dense and admittedly ambitious lore to it, and[...]
So of course it feels natural for Batman to be our front and centre character for this issue, though to describe it as a Batman event would be terribly reductive. Cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair We also get a Joker – sorry, fans hoping for more on the Three Jokers mystery, though it[...]
The problem I'd say lies in that there's little rhyme or reason in how the artists have seen their duties split up. The work from Andy Kubert, Jim Lee, John Romita Jr., Danny Miki, Klaus Janson and Scott Williams is all top notch, but instead of one art team tackling specific scenes, they seem to jump[...]
Improbable Previews: Dark Days The Forge Triple Feature With Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, and John Romita Jr.
That means instead of one long Improbable Previews, lucky readers, today you get three short ones! First up, there's a page from Dark Days: The Forge #1 by the creative team of Jim Lee and Scott Williams: And one from the creative team of John Romita Jr and Jonathan Glapion: And finally, one by Andy Kubert: Dark Days: The Forge #1 is[...]
Check Out Pages From Jim Lee And Chris Claremont's X-Men #1 Remastered & Recolored 20th Anniversary Edition
I'm betting a lot of people just read that and thought to themselves, "I can't believe X-Men #1 was 20 years ago!" But the best selling single-issue comic book of all time — by Chris Claremont, Jim Lee, and Scott Williams — was released in 1991 As a guy who's been producing comics for almost[...]
Here's the stuff you've been waiting for: just released from today's DC New-52 panel, the first 8 pages of Justice League #1 by Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, and Scott Williams: Here's the stuff you've been waiting for: just released from today's DC New-52 panel, the first 8 pages of Justice League #1 by Jim Lee,[...]