Ross, Alex Easter Egg - Alex's Dad

In the fully-painted, classic comic, 'Kingdom Come' the narrator, Reverend McKay, is actually
painter Alex Ross's Dad. In addition, all the civilians in the mono rail train that Superman saves from destruction in issue #two are all DC Comic staffers.

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Contributed By: DTAYLOR on 10-13-2000
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Actually, that's an interesting fact that I didn't know. I know I read in Wizard that he put the creators of Superman in one of the Church pews at the end. Plus he did oddball things throughout.
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Agent Red writes:
Alex Ross has tons of easter eggs in all his works. In fact, a while back Wizard Magazine actually put out an "Alex Ross Special" containing an article pointing out ALL the easter eggs up to date. The only work he didn't really put too many eggs in was "U.S.", a blatant allegory featuring Uncle Sam. There were still one or two eggs in that one though, if i recall correctly. (i think he had painted a fellow artist as a pimp choking a protitute, because that "exemplified that particular artist's views on women"!)
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