Two new Kirby recreations, masterfully inked from printed bluelines by Doug Hazlewood.
Tales of Suspense #58 Kirby/Chic Stone – Tales of Suspense #59 Kirby/Dick Ayers
Covers via Grand Comics Database
The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man courtesy of MJ Macedo.
MJ writes, “I’m a cartoonist and concept artist from Brazil. I’m currently involved in the comic adaptation of the Brazilian movie, City of God, from director Fernando Meirelles. I’m also a writer, having published my first book in 2012, A Espetacular Vida da Morte (which translates something like The Amazing Life of Death), with a major Brazilian publisher. In 2014 my first two animated series will debut on the Brazilian Cartoon Network and problably some months later in Canada. Jack Kirby was a great inspiration for me, in so many ways. Here is a piece created recently”.
Doug Hazlewood inks original Kirby pencils.
Brisbane based artist Paul Mason is the writer/artist of The Solider Legacy, the saga of a World War II Superhero which doff’s the hat to Kirby’s comics of the 1940’s and 1960’s. Here he presents two recent pieces, Marvel 1962 from the 43rd Comic-Con Souvenir book and DC New 52 Superman vs. OMAC. You can find more of Paul’s work at his blog and DeviantArt gallery.
Poker night at The Avengers Mansion courtesy of Bob Strang.
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.
Thor + The Hulk + The Avengers x Victor Santos = ‘Nuff said.
The core members of The Avengers: Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, courtesy of Michael Cho. If you picked up one of these gouache and ink paintings at the recent Toronto Comics Arts Festival then you are indeed a lucky fellow. More of Michael’s Marvel Superheroes can be found at his blog here and here.