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Absolute Justice: Battle Justice League Giclee on Canvas SDCC Premiere by Alex Ross

Artwork Dimensions
47 3/4 x 32 1/2
Edition Size
25 Regular Editions, 5 APs, 5 PPs, and 5 EPs




Product Description

This dynamic image is an Alex Ross slipcover illustration for the comic titled Absolute Justice and features DC Comics’ ultimate Super Hero team as they face off against a united throng of their most menacing villains. Characters on Right included are Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Atom, Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Zatanna. Top Right Row: Martian Manhunter, Red Tornado, Hawkman, Capt Marvel, Plastic Man, Elongated Man, Hawkgirl, Metamorph. Characters on Left: Brainiac, Lex Luther, Cheetah, Black Manta, Capt Cold, Sinestro, Scarecrow, Clayface, Riddler, Joker. Top Row Left: Gorilla Grodd, Giganta, Bizzaro, Toyman, Black Adam, Solomon Grundy, Poison Ivy, Parasite, Metallo. “Absolute Justice: Battle” is a large-scale deluxe canvas and is a part of a series of prints called “Larger Than Life.” Each print is signed by Alex Ross.

The standard release of this SDCC premiere piece only has 25 in the edition. Almost without exception, these 25 sell out in the first hour of announcement. Luckily, ArtInsights is a preferred gallery that represents Alex Ross directly. You can get your very own artist's proof (AP), printer's proof (PP), or executive proof (EP) of Absolute Justice: Battle right here.


About Alex Ross:

Alex Ross has become one of the world's most preeminent and well-respected comic book artists and illustrators. It's a job he's been preparing for nearly all his life.

Born in Portland, Oregon, and raised in Lubbock, Texas, Alex made his artistic debut at three when, according to his mother, he grabbed a piece of paper and drew the contents of a television commercial he'd seen moments before. By age 13 he was scripting and drawing original comic books. Ten years later? He was hired by Marvel Comics to illustrate Marvel's central characters in the comic book event, Marvels (1994).

Having established himself creatively and financially with superhero projects, Ross turned to the real world with Uncle Sam, a 96-page story that took a hard look at the dark side of American history. Like Marvels, the individual issues of Uncle Sam were collected into a single volume - first in hardcover, then in paperback - and remain in print today. Ross would eventually go on to win the Comic Buyer's Guide Award for Favorite Painter. He won so many times that the award was officially retired.

Alex's work has celebrated the 60th anniversaries of Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman with fully painted, tabloid-sized books, depicting each of these characters using their powers to inspire humanity as well as help them.

In recent years, Ross has applied his artistic skills to outside projects with comic book roots, including a limited-edition promotional poster for the Academy Awards. In 2015, Alex was chosen by Apple Corps LTD to be commissioned as the first artist in over 30 years to paint the Fab Four. Driven by the Beatles legendary music and inspired by the generation's new trends in art, "Yellow Submarine" is a classic of animated cinema. Alex has often been referred to as 'the Norman Rockwell of comics' yet his "Yellow Submarine" piece reveals the similarly powerful influence of master surrealist Salvador Dali, whom Alex has also recognized as a guiding influence on his style.

Forty years ago, Spider-Man learned that with great power comes great responsibility. Looking at Alex Ross, it's obvious the lesson took.