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Paul Smith - The Justice League of America

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Title: Paul Smith - The Justice League of America
Artist: Paul Smith ()
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Commission
For Sale Status: zillions
Views: 6,391
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Favorited on CAF: 3
Comments: 27
Added to Site: 9/13/2007
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Malcolm Bourne
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Marvel Two-in-One 76 Guy wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Last, but certainly not least, of the four PMS commissions. Wow.
Posted on 9/13/2007

Jason Versaggi wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Great piece. How on earth did you get these?
Posted on 9/13/2007

Gerry Turnbull wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Posted on 9/13/2007

Stu's Art wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
This one is my favorite of your four excellent Smitty commissions.
Posted on 9/13/2007

Gerry Turnbull wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Wonder Woman knows the score!
Posted on 9/13/2007

Lud Hughes wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Oh, now I must DESPISE you... gorgeous piece, man! ;-)
Posted on 9/13/2007

buzz zz wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
F &*$@ K ME! Man, I miss seeing Paul's work in comics. This is amazing!
Posted on 9/13/2007

michael dunne wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Stunning! Simply stunning!
Posted on 9/13/2007

Sean Wasielewski wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
What a piece! And I mean Black Canary, although this isn't too bad either!!! ;) We are all jealous, but congratulations. Keep mining this well, it will never run dry.
Posted on 9/13/2007

Alkis Vlachos wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
can't believe this, malcolm ... this is incredible!
Posted on 9/14/2007

Danny  Tran wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
What a MAGNIFICENT commission this is...WOW!!!.Paul Smith is simply one of the best artist out there.Thanks for sharing.
Posted on 9/14/2007

TOM SMITH 27 year veteran professional COLORIST ! wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Wow ! This is amazing almost Perez like :)
Posted on 9/14/2007

Doctor Fantastic wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Two zillion dollars, you say? Sold!
Posted on 9/14/2007

Ray Cuthbert wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Posted on 9/14/2007

Ken Fries wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Absolutely amazing. This could be published on a cover, it's just that good. Terrific piece, hopefully hanging proudly on display.
Posted on 9/14/2007

Malcolm Bourne wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Certainly one for the framing store - and whereas i know what you mean about Perez-like, it's very distinctive PMS and doesn't need any sort of comparator - Smitty is IMHO as wonderful an artist as George....
Posted on 9/15/2007

Drake Tungsten wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
This was already a home run, but the sight gag takes it to grand-slam territory... thanks for sharing!
Posted on 9/15/2007

Joseph Melchior wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Great score Malcolm. I feel the need for another Smitty commission coming on :o)
Posted on 1/12/2008

aric shapiro wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Wow...This is just an incredible work of art
Posted on 3/27/2008

Timothy Finney wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I love how it almost tells a story by itself. Batman was obviously thought dead but pulled the team's fat out of the fire at the last minute, thus the grin on his face, Superman's look of surprise, relief and joy and WW's "How could we have ever doubted you" posture. Intrestingly, you can see a similar story with Zatanna, Flash and GL, though their relationship and reactions are obviously different from the Big 3's. Then there's Oliver, happy to have won and probably not a little horny, almost oblivious to the melancholy of Dinah who sees the destructive results of the victory a little differently from her more teammates.
Posted on 4/6/2008

J. Sid wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
What Timothy said...
Posted on 6/7/2008

JOHN LUCAS wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
beautiful. i think it's time mr smith got his own gallery.
Posted on 12/2/2008

Mike W wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Paul really nailed it with this piece!! Classic!!
Posted on 8/17/2009

Paul T Gould wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
My goodness, If only!! Imagine the JLA drawn by Paul Smith, and seriously, does the man ever do bad commissions? Every time I see his work, it's just fantastic!
Posted on 6/24/2011

Gerry Turnbull wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Malclm you ever gotten a bigger scan of this ? and if not why not ! :)
Posted on 2/5/2013

larry clay wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Malcolm, though not a huge JLA fan I am a PS fan..and this is truly spectacular! I'd read this story if this was the cover!
Posted on 2/18/2013

Jason Caldwell wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
The humor of this makes it a masterpiece- Superman telling his story to Batman (with silent commentary by Wonder Woman, while Ollie ogles Black Canary and Hal and Barry attempt to impress Zatana... Smith makes Superheroes seem like real people with these subtle gestures. Fantastic in every possible way!
Posted on 7/20/2016

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