Category Archives: Mister Miracle

Miracle & Barda

Mr. and Mrs. Miracle courtesy of Toronto based freelance illustrator/comic book penciler David J. Cutler. David’s illustrations have been published by Real Kids magazine and 5Finity Productions. His latest work, in collaboration with writer Ty Templeton, is Northern Guard, a 3-issue mini series from Moonstone Books. You can find more from David at his blog and DeviantArt page.

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Mister Miracle courtesy of Portland, Oregon based artist Dennis Culver. Dennis’ comic credits include Jet Swanson A.S.E., Astrozombies and True Tales of Roller Derby. He is currently finishing the artwork for the forthcoming Oni Press graphic novel, Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad. You can see more of Dennis’ work at daportfolio, Flickr and his Sketchjournal.

New Gods

New Gods courtesy of Argentinian artist Gerardo Baró. Garardo is a prolific artist of children’s books and magazines and is currently hard at work on a infantile novel graphical with the renowned writer Luciano Saracino. He is also the creator of the web comic The work and death of Adam O. Verde and still finds time in his schedule to contribute to the collaborative art blog Vivo con mi Madre (best described as a Argentinian Comic-Twart). For more of Gerardo’s work check out his blog and DeviantArt page.

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Another daring escape by Mister Miracle courtesy of Philadelphia based artist Dean Kotz. Dean’s comic credits include Poe for Boom Studios and The Black Coat for Ape Entertainment, amongst others. You can find more of his work at his sketch blog and DeviantArt page.

Playing Catch-up

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!

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Another tricky situation for Mister Miracle, created by Warwick Johnson Cadwell to celebrate our first anniversary. Thanks Warwick, you’re a true gent.

Scott & Barda


Scott Free and Big Barda, an expressionistic portrait from the palette of Luis Chichón.