Renowned artist Alex Ross always brings his A-game to San Diego Comic-Con. This year, you can find his exclusives on his webstore starting Friday, July 23 at 9AM PT.
Let’s take a look at this year’s offerings:
Created by Alex Ross as a cover for Superman #677, this dramatic illustration symbolizes all that we have come to know about the heroic DC Comics character, Superman. Each piece of “Superman: Saving the Planet” is individually numbered. Reproduced as a Matted Lithograph in an edition of 100.
In the Light of Justice – $225
This dynamic Alex Ross illustration celebrates the ultimate DC team, the Justice League of America. Rendered in his distinctive perspective and style, the World’s Greatest Super Heroes are ready to do battle against all menacing adversaries. Fine Art Lithograph on deluxe paper, signed by Alex Ross and individually numbered with a COA. Limited to 395 pieces.
Invincible – $225
Unyielding in Spirit, unconquerable in battle, and indomitable in the face of opposition—these mighty Avengers are invincible! This dramatic illustration features Quicksilver, Thor, Wasp, Hercules, Giant Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Hawkeye, Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Iron Man. Fine Art Lithograph on deluxe paper, signed by Alex Ross and individually numbered with a COA. Limited to 395 pieces.
Batman: Enigma – $395
Created as a cover for Justice #2, this Alex Ross illustration highlights Edward Nygma, the Riddler, who is at the center of a confounding mystery plaguing the Justice League. Fine Art Giclee on paper in an edition of 50.
Kingdom Come – $1,395
Fine Art Kingdom Come Join Waiting List or Sign In To Check Status Comic-Con@Home Exclusive – Available F 7/23 @ 12PM ET This year is the 25th Anniversary of Kingdom Come—the Eisner and Harvey award-winning series that helped cement Alex Ross as a household name. This dynamic Ross illustration captures Superman and his allies in the New Oa war room, laying out the strategy for the impending battle. Their mission is clear: bring back balance to the world and hold to account the young reckless new generation of superheroes. Each individually-numbered piece of “Kingdom Come” is signed by Alex Ross. Produced as a Giclée on Canvas in an edition of 25.