Category Archives: Jason Garrattley

Happy First Anniversary


Here’s a little montage I’ve put together to celebrate Kirby-Vision‘s first anniversary. It’s been a fantastic year for the blog since it’s humble beginnings as The Kirby Project. I’d like to shout-out a huge thank you to all the wonderful artists who have submitted artwork or granted permission to re-blog existing work. There’s been some amazing stuff from fresh new talent and seasoned professionals alike. My sincere thanks also to all the people who have spread the Kirby-Vision word via their own blogs, websites etc. Here’s to another year of celebrating Jack’s extraordinary influence.

Origins – The Incredible Hulk


The Origin of The Hulk. Photoshop collage by Jason Garrattley. Images taken from The Incredible Hulk #1. Art: Jack Kirby/Paul Reinman.

Fantasia Fun #49


Now that Disney have agreed to buy Marvel Comics, will we see a return to more child friendly comics?

A more cynical first draft of this piece here found at my flickr page here. The original cover to Fantastic Four #49, by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott, can be found here.

Happy Birthday, Jack!

Today marks the 92nd anniversary of Jack Kirby‘s birth and to celebrate KIRBY-VISION proudly presents a portrait gallery in honour of ‘The King of Comics’.


First up we have emmy award nominated puppeteer Steve Sherman.

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J.A. Fludd


Uriel A. Durán


Jorge Fornés


Jason Garrattley


Steven Brower


Robb Waters


Josh Burggraf

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Warwick Johnson Cadwell

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Paul Conrad


As inker/letterer for the majority of Jack’s work throughout the 70’s and 80’s, Mike Royer, is well known to fans of the site. My thanks to Mike for his permission to use this portrait and to Rob Steibel for submitting the commisioned artwork.

KIRBY-VISION would like to send out a huge thank you to all the artists who took the time to contribute to the gallery. Despite looming deadlines and moving houses (and other such excuses) you really pulled out all the stops to pay tribute to Jack’s inspiration.

Looking Back…


For Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on the fortieth anniversary of their “…giant leap for Mankind”.

Guns Don’t Argue

Bullets for Big Al‘, taken from issue #1 of ‘In the Days of the Mob‘.
Art by Jack Kirby & Vince Colletta. Read the original version here.