This episode reviews his career and highlights some of his most famous comic book stories, like MARVELS and KINGDOM COME, and some of his current projects.
For more information about Alex Ross’s comic book work go to http://dcindexes.com/ or http://comics.org/, or visit his website, http://www.alexrossart.com/. (If you’re curious about what Alex Ross’s art studio looks like, click on this link on his website: http://www.alexrossauction.com/rossreport.asp?id=483.)
Several online interviews with Alex Ross:
http://www.twomorrows.com/kirby/articles/27ross.html, from JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR 27 (1999), available at the same website if you would like to read it in magazine form.
Alex Ross has also been interviewed on a number of comic book podcasts. Check your favorite podcasts to see if he has appeared on them.
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