Top 5 Jim Lee comic-book runs
Jim Lee’s dynamic style helped define the 1990s in comics. Now the co-publisher of DC Comics, Lee still draws “All-Star Batman and Robin,” which is written by Frank Miller. To celebrate Lee’s 46th birthday, here are my favorite comic-book runs by the influential artist.
1. Batman #608-619
With writer Jeph Loeb, the “Batman: Hush” storyline was a sales juggernaut that attracted both new and old Bat-fans. Reading as “Batman’s Greatest Hits,” Batman finds himself attempting to solve a mystery from his past while crossing paths with many of the best-known members of his rogues’ gallery. Check out a preview of the series via DC Comics.
2. Uncanny X-Men #248, 256–258, 267–277
Lee was arguably comics’ biggest superstar of the early 1990s, drawing “Uncanny X-Men” as written by Chris Claremont. Issue No. 268, featuring Wolverine’s first meeting with Captain America, is a particular highlight.
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