COMICS: Jim Lee Reflects On His 25 Yr Career
Geoff Boucher has a great interview with comic book artist and DC Entertainment co-publisher Jim Lee as he approaches his Silver Anniversary.
In an interview with Geoff at The L.A. Times Hero Complex DC co-publisher and lead artist, Jim Lee reflects on his 25 years in the comic book business. A great interview and a must see for any comic book reader. No embed unfortunately but click the image to be taken over to Hero Complex to watch.
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