Javier Hernandez contributes this portrait of ‘The King’ which he sketched while watching a Kirby interview on YouTube. Los Angeles based Javier is the creator of El Muerto, The Coma and Weapon Tex-Mex which he publishes under his own imprint Los Comex. He teaches comicbook workshops in schools and libraries throughout LA and is the co-founder of the Latino Comics Expo. You can find more of Javier’s work at his blog – here.
Renato Stevanato brings us his rendition of “The Strangest Superheroes of all” (currently starring at a multiplex near you).
Marc Basile treats us yet again with a trio of Inhuman pin-ups. Marvel Masterworks indeed!
Jay Piscopo treats us to two new Kirby themed pieces. Above, Darksied, The Lord of Apokolips prowls the decks. While below, Jay’s redesign of Captain 3-D springs into action.
Pencils by Jack Kirby – Inks by Erik Larsen – Colours by Oliver Hudson.
‘Kirbyesque’ Marvel NOW! trading card illustrations courtesy of Layron DeJarnette.
Layron is an Emmy nominated, award-winning artist who provides illustration, animation, storyboards and conceptual art for the entertainment industry for such clients as Disney, Warner Bros., Marvel and HBO. A renowned GARBAGE PAIL KIDS artist for The Topps Company Layron has also instructed students in illustration and animation at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles and Detroit’s College for Creative Studies. You can find more of Layron’s work at his website, blog and DeviantArt page.
Medusalith Amaquelin Boltagon AKA Madam Medusa courtesy of Dave Windett.
Uatu The Watcher, courtesy of Lanc Godwin.