I Don’t Just Randomly Kill People. I Kill People When It’s Funny” which only adds another layer of villainy to the already convincing getup. One of the most widely recognized superhero pieces done by Ross are the covers for DC Comics’ Kingdom Come miniseries for which Ross received a number of Eisner and Harvey Awards for both the covers and pages of the miniseries. The look of the characters in Kingdom Come, specifically Superman, have reached such a high level of recognition and popularity that Superman’s costume in the miniseries becomes the one worn by Brandon Routh’s Superman in the Arrowverse crossover event Crisis on Infinite Earths.