Individual Author Record
Name: Alex RossPen Name: None Genre: Born: Portland, Oregon
-- Website -- http://www.alexrossart.com
-- Alex Ross on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=alex+ross
Illinois ConnectionAt age 17, Ross came to Chicago to study Painting at the American Acedemy of Art, where he hit on the idea of painting his own comic books.
Biographical and Professional InformationAfter three years at the American Academy of Art, Alex Ross went to work for an Advertising Agency where and editor from Marvel Comisc suggested that they collaborate on a story. His career was launched from there.
- For a complete listing of Alex Ross' works, please go to his website.
- Kingdom Come, Warner Books, 1997
- Superman, Peace on Earth, DC Comics, 1998
- Batman, No Man`s Land, DC Comics, 1999
- Shazam, Power of Hope, DC Comics, 2000
- Universe X Vol II, Marvel Enterprises, 2002
- JLA, Secret Origins, DC Comics, 2002
- Mythology, Pantheon Books, 2003
- Thy Kingdom Come, Part II, DC Comics, 2008
- Thy Kingdom Come, Part III, DC Comics, Due out in January 2009
- ''Rough Justice: The DC Comics Sketches of Alex Ross, Pantheon, 2010
Selected Titles At Your Library
Kingdom come /
ISBN: 1401220347. OCLC Number: . . Kingdom Come, the critically acclaimed Elseworlds saga by Mark Waid and Alex Ross, has been combined into one volume, with a new introduction and additional material for this edition.
Justice Society of America :
ISBN: 1401219462. OCLC Number: DC Comics,. New York :. ©2008. "The world's first and greatest super-team continues to expand, welcoming extraordinary individuals whose powers are the legacy of heroes gone by, but evil has a legacy as well."--Page 4 of cover.
Power of Hope.
ISBN: 1439514070. OCLC Number: Paw Prints. . 2008.
Rough justice :
ISBN: 0375714901. OCLC Number: Pantheon Books,. New York :. 2010. Private sketchbooks of the author reveal his pencil and ink drawings of DC Comics characters, nearly all of them appearing in print here for the first time. Includes deleted scenes and altered panels for the epic Kingdom Come saga, proposals for revamping classic properties as Batgirl, Captain Marvel, and an imagined son of Batman named Batboy, and unused alternate comic book cover ideas for the monthly Superman and Batman comics of 2008-2009.