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New York Comic Con-goers stood in line for hours to secure a copy of the limited edition of Icons: The DC Comics and Wildstorm Art of Jim Lee – the most buzz-worthy, sought-after book of the convention! Now, due to unprecedented demand across the globe, Jim Lee and Titan Books are offering comics fans one more chance to bag themselves this lavish exclusive edition.

These numbered, extremely limited volumes are signed on a bound-in page by Jim Lee. Presented in a sleek slipcase, each edition boasts a variant dust jacket and a breathtaking rare Jim Lee Batman art print. While limited stocks last, copies of this spectacular volume are being sold exclusively by Titan Books on Amazon.com: http://tinyurl.com/JimLeeLimitedEdition

Acclaimed comic book illustrator JIM LEE was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1964. Today, Lee is the co-publisher of DC Comics and the artist for many of DC Comics’ bestselling comic books and graphic novels, including Dark Knight: Boy Wonder, Batman: Hush, and Superman: For Tomorrow. He also serves as the executive creative director for the upcoming DC Universe Online videogame from Sony Online Entertainment. He resides in La Jolla, California, with his wife Carla, their seven kids, three cats and a dog.

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2 Comments

  1. Blackthunder01
    January 6, 2011 at 10:22 am — Reply

    So this is only for the limited edition version right? Because I was in Boarders yesterday finishing the first volume of Locke & Key when I saw ICON on the shelf. It didn’t have the black sleeve though. It was just S/B/WW with the word ICON printed across it. I told myself that I’d look into it next time I was in the neighborhood. (I go to Boards to read while waiting for a friend to get out of work nearby.)

  2. hectorbustnuts
    January 7, 2011 at 6:56 am — Reply

    I’ve only got the stock version (no slipcase or sketch print) but DAMN is it an impressive body of work. Focuses mostly on the Big Three, with a decent slab on Wildstorm and other random pieces, and it’s fun to see his early stuff versus his later works. Would be very interested in seeing a Marvel companion book.

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