Category Archives: Orion

Tribute 2


Our second tribute this week to feature Jack himself, comes courtesy of James Burns.

Asgard Meets the Fourth World 2

Many thanks to Travis Ellisor for sharing the latest commissioned artwork from his ComicArtsFans gallery, Asgard Meets the Fourth World. Hogun vs. Mantis by Phil Hester  Hela vs. Mister Miracle by Cory Smith

Surtur vs. Orion by Andrew Ross MacLean


A moody take on the son of Darkseid courtesy of Grey Williamson. Grey is an artist/writer/sculptor/designer and founder of the design team Carbon-Fibre Media. You can also find more of his artwork at his DeviantArt page.

Black and White

Today we bring you a magnificent black & white gallery from East Texas based artist
Jun Bob Kim. Jun Bob is a freelance illustrator who’s first published comic work was an adaption of John Bunyan’s The Holy War for his university newspaper. More recently he has been providing the art for Cipher: The Sorceror Pope for Atomic Tiki Studio. for more of Jun Bob’s work be sure to visit his website – here.

Family Apokolips

Darksied and Orion courtesy of Italian artist Mario Zuccarello. Mario is a freelance illustrator with a background in animation and fantasy game-books. You can find more of his work at his website and DeviantArt page.

Across the Universes

Thanks again to Enrico Salvini for this latest Giorgio Comolo gallery, which mixes Kirby creations from both Marvel and DC Universes.

Threely Dan

Playing catch-up with Dan McDaid.

Marvel meets DC as Orion grapples with the Absorbing Man as a mysterious stranger looks on (clue: it’s Loki).

A plethora of Kirby characters in this recent commission piece.

Celebrating Keith Giffen’s reboot of OMAC, with colours by Kyle Latino.

New Gods

Imaginary New Gods cover (created for Jon Morris’ DC Fifty-Too! blog) by Brooklyn based artist Benjamin Marra. Benjamin’s comic credits include the self-published titles Night Business, Gangsta Rap Posse and The Incredibly Fantastic Adventures of Maureen Dowd. His illustration work has also appeared in a number of publications including Rolling Stone, Playboy, Radar and The New York Times Book Review. You can find more of Benjamin’s work at his blog and website.

Orion vs. Destroyer

Apokolips vs. Asgard in this recent commission piece from Andy Kuhn.

Kirby-Vision thanks Mark Kardwell for the heads-up on this one.