DC co-publisher Jim Lee revisits his Heroes Reborn days at Marvel, recreating an image of Namor the Submariner from his Fantastic Four run.
The spotlight was on DC Entertainment Co-Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
DC Collectibles' Designer Series turns to Batman: Hush, as sculptor Alejandro Pereira brings Jim Lee's Nightwing to three-dimensional life.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee reveals a violent sketch in celebration of the upcoming television adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's The Boys.
Jim Lee has drawn a special Souvenir Book cover starring several iconic characters to celebrate Comic-Con International: San Diego's 50th anniversary.
Comics legend Jim Lee is teaming with HEX on two new backpacks designed for comic book creators and artists.
To honor Hollywood legend John Singleton, comics artist Jim Lee remembered their '90s meeting with a photo and kind words.
Jim Lee appeared at WonderCon to discuss his career, his art and what to expect next from him at DC.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jim Lee's variant cover for an upcoming issue of Justice League shows Green Lantern John Stewart outfitting himself for war.
Jim Lee's latest variant cover for DC's relaunched Justice League series sends Wonder Woman charging into battle.