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The ‘Fantastic Four’ visits an alien universe in new graphic novel

Celebrated artist Alex Ross has been delivering indelible images of comic book superheroes for almost three decades, redefining the way caped crusaders, masked vigilantes, and dastardly villains are portrayed in his signature Norman Rockwell-esque style.

The talented Midwesterner launched onto the scene in 1994 for the memorable “Marvels” miniseries with writer Kurt Busiek, then scored a touchdown with DC’s “Kingdom Come” in 1996 paired with writer Mark Waid. His photo-realistic paint techniques and cinematic compositions were a revolution and in stark contrast to mega-muscled crimefighters depicted in the mid-’90s.

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