Jim Lee: Icons and the Flash

A couple of weeks ago, CBR previewed Icons, an upcoming book featuring Jim Lee’s WildStorm and DC Comics art. It got me thinking: Has Jim Lee ever drawn the Flash?

I posed the question on Twitter and Facebook. @Pogophile and Joe Dy came up with the cover of the “Joker’s Last Laugh” issue of The Flash:

I did some searching around the Grand Comics Database when I looked up the Flash v.2 #179 cover, and didn’t find anything obvious. Several people suggested that the Flash may have appeared in Superman: For Tomorrow.

Then of course there are his designs for DC Universe Online.

It’s entirely possible that this is the only published Jim Lee art focusing on the Flash!

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2 thoughts on “Jim Lee: Icons and the Flash

  1. Kyer

    Is that online drawing of Bart and is he supposed to be looking like someone spat in his bowl of Cheerios?

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  2. Dan

    I never realized that cover was his!

    That is the only published work I know of, there and as you say ‘For Tomorrow’. There is a pretty cool sketch of the Flash though, here on his MySpace page.

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