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Jim Lee Net Worth

Jim Lee Net WorthJim Lee Net Worth: Jim Lee is a Korean American writer, comic book artist, publisher, and editor. He was born August 11, 1964, in Seoul, South Korea. According to Forbes, Jim Lee Net Worth is $2 Million. Jim Lee studied psychology at Princeton University and originally intended to become a medical doctor. He co-founded Image Comics in 1992 for creator-owned titles, including his own “WildC.A.T.s” and “Gen¹³” from his Wildstorm Productions. His family was a rather ordinary middle-class clan residing in St. Louis, Missouri. He married Carla Michelle Lee. He was hired as an artist by Marvel Comics in 1987, where he worked on “Alpha Flight” and “Punisher War Journal,” before gaining fame on “The Uncanny X-Men,” the sales of which broke all existing records. Jim Lee was interviewed by Stan Lee for the documentary film, “The Comic Book Greats,” from 1991.

Jim Lee Net Worth is $2 Million

Full Name Jim Lee
Date of Birth August 11, 1964
Profession Comic artist, publisher
Date of Birth Seoul, South Korea
Source of Income Illustrating
Height N/A
Spouse Carla Michelle Lee
Education Princeton University
Ethnicity Korean
Movies Justice League: War, Gen

In 1992, Jim Lee founded his own WildStorm Productions production company, and co-founded Image Comics, an independent comic book company, quickly became the third largest American publisher. His two pieces of creation, namely WILDCATS and GEN 13, comics like CBS comics on Saturday morning and Disney distributes digital TV comics to see life. In 1998, DC Comics to buy WildStorm Productions, Jim Lee left Image Comics, joined the creative team DC Entertainment.

In 2010, Titan’s book was published by Jim Lee DC Comics “300” titled “Icons: His Live and Beast Art”. In 2011, Lee played a major role in the release of DC 52’s new project, which designed new and more modern costumes for some of the most representative DC characters including Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.

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