Today marks the 100th anniversary of Jack Kirby’s birth and to celebrate KIRBY-VISION proudly presents a very special portrait gallery in honour of ‘The King of Comics’.
Kevin Paul Shaw Broden
Portrait & 3D art ‘A Meal fit for a King’ by Dale Martin
Portrait and Kirby recreations by Stuart Roach
Tom Kelly – Pen & ink illustrations for Challengers Comics and Conversation‘s Kirby 100th event.
Derek Langille – Inks & colours from Kirby original.
Shannon Slayton once again treats us to some of the Kirby portraits he has commissioned over the past few years.
Video games & comic book artist -3- rounds of this year’s gallery with the above portrait and a 100 clues/answers crossword challenge which comes as a downloadable PDF via this link –
KING KIRBY 100 Crossword Challenge – Good luck!
A huge thank you to all the artists who took the time to contribute to this year’s very special
celebrations. Happy Birthday Jack!, your inspiration lives on. Long live The King!
Today marks the 96th anniversary of Jack Kirby’s birth and to celebrate KIRBY-VISION proudly presents our annual portrait gallery in honour of ‘The King of Comics’.
Steven John Vasquez
Craig writes, “I’m more a writer than an artist, so I took one of my favorite pieces of Jack’s work and … well, rewrote it.” – Click Image to enlarge.
For an extra visual treat check out Derek’s Flickr collection of 165 Kirby Double-page spreads.
Also joining in the Birthday celebrations with non-portrait pieces:
And finally, Italian Renato Stevanato gifted not one but five portraits which will form part of his own celebratory post at his blog, cartoonstherapy.
A huge thank you to all the artists who took the time to contribute to today’s Birthday celebration, making it our biggest portrait gallery ever. And of course a huge thank you goes out to Jack Kirby for his continuing inspiration. Long live The King!
It’s that time of year again when Messrs. Brendan Tobin and Pedro Delgaro mindblast the interweb with their gruesome gallery of swollen-headed scoundrelism, March Modok Madness. Now in it’s sixth year, M.M.M. collects the depraved scribblings of maladjusted handicrafters from across the globe (all no doubt in the employ of AIM) and pays homage to one of Kirby’s most bizarre creations the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. Should you have no shame and wish to contribute then M.M.M. will be accepting submissions for the rest of the month at the address below.
Today marks the 95th anniversary of Jack Kirby’s birth and to celebrate KIRBY-VISION proudly presents our annual portrait gallery in honour of ‘The King of Comics’.
Rob’s source material for his portrait comes from an unpublished Machine Man page (click to enlarge). Rob writes, “The character in the 3rd panel is Dr. Peter Spalding. I thought he looked a little like Jack with his pipe so I added inks.”
(You can see the original Kirby/John Verpoorten cover to The Eternals #9 here)
A huge thank you to all the artists who took the time to contribute to today’s Birthday celebration. And of course a huge thank you to Jack Kirby for his continuing inspiration. Long live The King!
It’s that time of year again when Brendan Tobin and Pedro Delgaro unleash their monstrous celebration of one of Jack’s most bizarre creations, March MODOK Madness. The collaborative art blog is now in it’s fifth year and boasts over 500 unique interpretations of the Mobile Organism Designed Only for Killing from an international roster of artists. If your preference in villains is balloon headed cyber-enhanced psychopaths then make sure that March MODOK Madness is part of your 5-a-day.
Today marks the 94th anniversary of Jack Kirby’s birth and to celebrate KIRBY-VISION proudly presents our annual portrait gallery in honour of ‘The King of Comics’.
J. A. Fludd
A huge thank you to all the artists who took the time to contribute to today’s gallery. Long live The King!
Created to celebrate the release of the Thor movie, Brendan Tobin gives up some Kirby-love in the shape of the old Marvel Masterworks pin-ups.
Brendan Tobin takes on the Inhumans. Originally created for Tim Miner’s 5 Minute Marvels, you can discover the evolution of this piece at Brendan’s Blog, here.
Mister Miracle struggles to free himself from yet another diabolical trap, courtesy of Brendan Tobin.
Brooklyn based illustrator Brendan Tobin digitally inks and colours Jack Kirby pencils created for an unrealised Hawkman Animated series.
Brendan is the co-curator and contributor of the glorious March MODOK Madness blog. Thirty-one days dedicated to everyone’s favorite Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, now in it’s third year and a must for all Kirby fans.