DescriptionAlex Ross Kingdom Come #3 Page 39 Original Art (DC, 1996). A self-righteous Superman confronts Bruce Wayne about the gulag that has been built to contain the world's super-villains, but as usual, these two super-powers don't see eye to eye. As always, the Spectre and Norman McCay look on. This epic collaboration between uber-artist Alex Ross and writer Mark Waid was not just the event of the year, but of the decade at least, and continues to impact the comics industry to this day. Ross's genius for body language and his ability to capture the exact moment panel-to-panel where drama is at its height, not to mention his celebrated photo-realistic rendering techniques, make these pages highly prized by collectors. The image area measures 12.25" x 18.5" and the art is in Excellent condition.
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