Captain America makes a dash for it, courtesy of Robert Ball.
Repaneled is a brand new blog curated by Anthony Vukojevich where artists are invited to redraw their favorite comic book panels. With a tip of the hat to Robert Goodin’s Covered blog the site already boasts a number of Jack Kirby inspired pieces including this one by Kerry Callen.
Original art by Jack Kirby & Herb Trimpe, repaneled from Captain America’s Bicentennial Battles.
Currently producing wonderful artwork for Marvel’s hit title Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Chris Samnee also manages to produce breathtaking character sketches on an almost daily basis. Here’s a catch-up of some recent Kirby inspired sketches and you can find many more of these at his blog and DeviantArt page. Enjoy!
This week over at the Whitechapel forum, Warren Ellis laid down the gauntlet to re-imagine Captain America from just a few scant lines of description. Below we present a couple of designs from Kirby-Vision contributors, Paul Sizer & Thomas Perkins. You can find more imaginative interpretations of Cap at the remake/remodel thread here.
Poker night at The Avengers Mansion courtesy of Bob Strang.
Captain America and Mister Miracle in gouache and ink by Michael Cho.
Pop-art portraits of The Avengers by L.A. based graphic designer and Illustrator Geo. Most known as an art director, Geo has designed, produced and managed projects for the Brazilian live entertainment community. He sites Jack Kirby as one of his most important artistic influences and you can find more of his work over at DeviantArt.
Salutations courtesy of J.A. Fludd.
Thor + The Hulk + The Avengers x Victor Santos = ‘Nuff said.