Category Archives: Crystal

Happy Holidays


Ho, ho, ho. There’s just two more sleeps until December 25th and to celebrate we present two illustrative gems to fill up your stocking. First up Marc Basile reminds us of the old adage, “A super-teleportation-canine is for life and not just for Christmas”. And below, Renato Stevanato envisions the emotional stress a game of musical chairs may have on one Bruce Banner.

Hulk Natale

Fantastic Females

Crystal FF

Steve Coates (after Kirby) presents his renditions of those marvelous Misses, Crystal and The Scarlet Witch.

Scarlett Witch

Weird and Wonderful

Inhumans Crystal and Lockjaw plus arch-fiend Arnim Zola – Two fabulous new Kirby tributes courtesy of James Burns.



Kirby Sketchcards

Just a small selection of the Kirby character sketchcards that New York based artist Cory Smith has been posting over at his Twitpic gallery. Cory took up a daily sketch challenge in June of last year and has notched up an impressive 168 cards so far. The full gallery, as it stands, can be found here and you can find more of cory’s work at his blog and DeviantArt page.

A big Kirby-Vision thanks goes out to Travis Ellisor for the link to Cory’s Gallery.

Crystal and Lockjaw

Rittenhouse Artist Return card by Texan illustrator/graphic designer Cal Slayton. Cal is best known for the hit indie series Shades of Blue. His artwork has also been seen in Dead@17 Rough Cut, Super Hero Happy Hour, Digital Webbing Presents amongst others. He is currently working on the creator owned series, Spookytown. More of cal’s work can be found at his blog and DeviantArt page.

Dark Crystal

Two recent Kirby themed commissions from the brush of Ohio based designer and illustrator Andy Bennett. For more of Andy’s work be sure to visit his website and DeviantArt page.

The Inhumans

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.

Barefoot Medusa and Crystal

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The Inhuman’s Medusa and Crystal courtesy of Ronnie Del Carmen. Ronnie currently works for Pixar Animation Studios where he recently story supervised the award winning feature, Up and directed the accompanying short film, Dug’s Special Mission. His other animation credits as a designer, storyboard and story artist include WALL-E, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker and Batman: The Animated Series. Ronnie also produces the self published comic book, Paper Biscuit. You can find more of Ronnie’s exquisite artwork at his blog and website.