Jim Lee

RFT (Riverfront Times)

Comic Industry Superstar Jim Lee Got His Start in St. Louis

The year 1986 was an annus mirabilis for American comic books. It's the year the public realized that comics were not just disposable entertainment for kids. This was largely due to the release of three important comics: Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Alan Moore's Watchmen, both of which deconstruct the myth of the American superhero, as well as Art Spiegelman's Maus, whose graphic retelling of the Holocaust was the first comic book to ever win the Pulitzer Prize.
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De Pree Gallery to Feature Work of Hope Graduate Jim Lee

The De Pree Art Center and Gallery at Hope College will be featuring the work of Hope graduate Jim Lee in the exhibition “All My Ghosts,” which will run from Thursday, Jan. 20, through Friday, Feb. 18. Lee, a member of the college’s Class of 1994, will deliver...

DC Comics Icon Jim Lee Celebrates Ultraman with New Sketch

Though Jim Lee might be a fixture at DC Comics, his work has had an effect on the entirety of Western Comic Books as a whole, having done astonishing artwork for Marvel, Image, and more. With the prolific artist continuing to share new artwork on social media, Lee recently took to his Twitter Account to share his take on one of the biggest superheroes of Japan, Ultraman, who continues to receive new projects in both the world of anime and live-action.

New Zealand Superannuation Fund Backs Growth of T&G Global’s Envy™ Apples; Gareth Edgecombe and Jim Lee Comment

NEW ZEALAND - There is no cap to the success that can be achieved with the right players on your team. T&G Global recently unveiled a crucial new partnership with the New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZ Super Fund) through its New Zealand rural investment manager, FarmRight. The innovative new alliance will work to grow Envy™, one of New Zealand’s premium export apples.

DC's Jim Lee to Cameo on Sesame Street's Thanksgiving Day Episode

On Thanksgiving Day, Sesame Street will introduce its first Asian American muppet character, Ji-Young, a young Korean American girl, in the special See Us Coming Together: A Sesame Street Special. Helping to introduce the groundbreaking character are a number of Asian American celebrities, including DC Comics' Jim Lee and now, Lee is taking to social media to celebrate his inclusion in the special, writing that he is "excited, thrilled, and honored" to be part of welcoming the character to the iconic children's program.

Jim Lee joins Sesame Street for Asian & Pacific Islanders special

Comic creator (and DC publisher/chief creative officer) Jim Lee has filmed scenes for an upcoming Sesame Street special focused on Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities called See Us Coming Together: A Sesame Street Special. The special will also introduce the first Korean-American muppet - a seven-year-old girl named Ji-Young (played by puppeteer Kathleen Kim).

Forward view from Jim Lee – The world really is moving faster

(Lee, CFA, CMT, CFP, is the founder of StratFI, Wilmington) One of my favorite investment reads from the past year is 100 Baggers: Stocks that Return 100-to-1 and How to Find Them, by Christopher Mayer. The best investment books are loaded with data. Mayer and his publisher spent $50,000 on...

12-Inch Red and Black The Batman Figure Based on Jim Lee Poster

12-Inch Red and Black The Batman Figure Based on Jim Lee Poster. Yesterday, McFarlane Toys debuted the first action figures based on the upcoming The Batman feature film. Today, one more leaked out after surfacing on Canadian GameStop (via TNI). This red and black The Batman figure is 12-inch scale, and like most McFarlane 12-inchers, mostly pre-posed with limited articulation. Unlike most, however, he comes with a specific themed base styled like a rooftop, rather than the usual big black disc.
The Post and Courier

The best of Jim Lee

• Date and place of birth: November 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, but moved to Michigan's Upper Peninsula at the age of 3 and will always identify as a Yooper - Someone from the UP!. • Favorite movie: "It's a Wonderful Life." • Favorite sports team: Green Bay Packers. Growing up...

Superman & Lois: DC Comics Icon Jim Lee Draws Tribute to The CW Series

The first season of The CW's latest Arrowverse series Superman & Lois is now streaming on HBO Max and to celebrate, DC Comics icon Jim Lee recently took to social media to share epic new artwork paying tribute to the series and its fresh take on its titular characters as not just the heroic characters fans know and love, but as people with complicated lives as well. In a brief Twitter thread, Lee praised series stars Tyler Hoechlin and Bitsie Tulloch for their portrayals of Clark Kent/Superman and Lois Lane as well as the show's approach to the family dynamic.
Citizen Tribune

Jim Lee not to seek reelection as Hawkins Mayor

Hawkins County Mayor Jim Lee has decided one term is enough. Elected as county mayor in 2018, Lee announced Monday that he will not seek reelection to his position. In a release, Lee said that he was making this announcement at this time to give potential to organize their campaigns for next year.

Hawkins Co. Mayor Jim Lee will not seek re-election in 2022

HAWKINS COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Hawkins County Mayor Jim Lee announced in a Facebook post Monday that he would not be seeking re-election in the 2022 race. Lee wrote that he was announcing his decision early to allow potential candidates time to prepare campaigns. “I am grateful to the citizens...
Rogersville Review

Mayor Jim Lee announces he won't seek re-election in 2022

I will not be a candidate for re-election as County Mayor next year, in 2022. I am making this announcement at this time to give potential candidates for this office time to organize their campaigns for next year. I am grateful to the citizens of Hawkins County for having the...

DC's Jim Lee Celebrates The CW's Stargirl With Epic Art

The second season of DC's Stargirl is well underway on The CW with the young heroes of the Justice Society of America just beginning to realize that there might be a larger villain to deal with than the recently-arrived Richard Swift/The Shade (Jonathan Cake). Now, in honor of the series, which has already been renewed for a third season, DC Comics' Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee recently shared epic new artwork of the show's titular hero.

Jim Lee Teases DC FanDome Amidst Gotham Knights and Injustice 3 Silence

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has been quiet lately, but this is expected to change at DC FanDome later this year. For now, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment hasn't begun to tease what games will and won't be there, but it's safe to assume that while Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will rear their head, Hogwarts Legacy, Back 4 Blood, and Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will be absent. This is obvious. The big question mark is whether or not NetherRealm Studios' next game will also make an appearance. If it's making Injustice 3 as many believe, it probably will, but if rumors are true and whatever it's working on involves Marvel IP, then maybe it won't appear at the show.