Absolute Carnage creators Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman announce that they're coming for Jim Lee's long-standing comics sales record.
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DC Co-Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee shared a piece of artwork he was commissioned to create at the first Comic Con he attended.
In their latest look at never-published comic stories, CSBG shows how close we came to a Punisher/Nick Fury graphic novel by Jim Lee!
Jim Lee shares a peek at some unfinished art from his short story with Kevin Smith in this month's Detective Comics #1000.
For an upcoming Shazam! cover, Jim Lee drew the classic DC hero in his new cinematic costume for the first time.
DC Co-Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee revealed two of the four variant covers he drew for Detective Comics' milestone 1,000th issue.
Jim Lee's variant cover for Detective Comics #1000 pits Batman against Bane and other deadly foes.
Artist Jim Lee provides a glimpse of his story for the milestone Detective Comics #1000, revealing Batman versus Bane.
Jim Lee's variant cover for Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack's Cover #6 is unlike any piece of art we've seen from him before.
The Aquaman director got a very special gift from the legendary comic book creator.
DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee shares his variant cover for the second issue of Batman: Damned showing the Dark Knight prepared for battle.
At NYCC, Jim Lee and Dan DiDio break down the state of the DC Universe, including Vertigo, DC Black Label and more.
Current DC Comics publisher and CCO Jim Lee reveals why Wolverine only has one set of claws popped in one of the covers for X-Men #1.
During a Sunday morning Twitch stream, DC Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee drew a sketch of Dream and Death from Vertigo's Sandman.
Jim Lee is one of the most successful artists in the industry, but even he's faced some harsh rejections. Take a look at the letters he received from Marvel and DC.
Ahead of the release of DC's Black Label comic Batman: Damned, superstar artist Jim Lee unveils his variant cover for the limited series.
DC Comics artists Jim Lee and Scott Williams team-up yet again for a stunning variant cover for the publisher's seventh issue of Justice League.