Alex Ross is spectacular. His work is fully painted, and his level of realism is unparalleled in comic work. This picture is from Superman's return to his original form. Ross did a seven image moving lenticular cover which was awe-inspiring. His work on Kingdom Come made it one of my favorite comics. It redefines what superhero comic books can accomplish. Ross has also branched out, painting Uncle Sam, a surreal critique of America, and many recent covers.
Nevertheless, his fixation on the Silver Age bugs me, since I like the modern characters better. Silver Age comics are so simplistic and boring.
Enjoy this wallpaper below (1280 x 1024.)
J. Scott Campbell
P. Craig Russell