As requested by @ghostodoofus2, Today's Comic Book Segment features Jim Lee. He is of the most renowned artists in the comic book industry. He has worked for both Marvel Comics and DC Comics. He started his career as a Marvel starting from Alpha Flight and then ultimately collaborated with Chris Claremont in his prolific Uncanny X-Men run. Then Jim Lee co-created with Chris Claremont X-Men Vol. 2, which is still the best-seller comic of all time. He has collaborated with several writers to help create creator-owned comics i.e Image Comics/Wildstorm Comics and co-created WildC.A.T.S. He has collaborated with DC comics by co-creating some of the most aesthetic modern-age comics i.e Jeph Loeb's Batman: Hush and Brian Azzarello's Superman: For Tomorrow. He has collaborated with Frank Miller to help create All-Star Batman and Robin and Mike Baron's The Punisher War Journal.
I will give him a 10. I believe he is the pioneer in becoming the first modern age detailed artist.
Quick Query. When do you think Jim Lee brought his best comics? DC or Marvel?