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"[Justice] is a love letter to a fictional universe, attempting to do justice to its inspiration."
"This was [inspired] from something I saw Norman Rockwell do, which was a flat compositional style, where all of the figures don’t recede in the background as these rows of figures are all the same exact size and proportion."
"The original seven members of the Justice League of America, as defined by their introduction in 'The Brave and the Bold' #28."
In a 1920 interview Rockwell said, "I used him (model Billy Paine) on my first cover and he is absolutely a wonder. He has posed five years and is a dandy little actor; he understands moods and expressions no matter how complicated."