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"Heroes,” taken from the renown series Batman: Hush, which premiered in 2001, is one of the two triple-gatefold comic book covers for Batman #619; the final edition of the Hush series. This final edition was published in November 2003.   This cover art was penciled and colored by Jim Lee, and inked by Scott Williams. Batman #619 is the climax to the twelve-issue arc in which allies of Batman pit themselves en masse against Gotham’s most evil villains. Additionally, Hush, a new, powerful, yet strangely mysterious villain is introduced.  

Throughout the Hush series, the focus is to find out who Hush is.  The Hush series is credited within the comic book industry as having the single largest impact on not just restoring the Batman’s position as a top DC Comics icon, but also reinvigorating interest in Jim Lee as a comic book artist superstar.

Canvas artwork comes rolled or flat. If you are interested in having it stretched or gallery wrapped before being shipped, please contact the gallery.

Each print from the “Heroes” edition is hand-numbered, and is signed by Jim Lee. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Limited Edition Giclee on Paper
Artwork Dimensions
Canvas: 42 x 23.5
Paper: 35 x 19.5