Marcelo Biott is the artist and creator behind the tokusatsu-inspired webcomic, Infracity, that centers on three heroes who battle against evil demon kings and alien armies. Reader can support Infracity, posted weekly on Thursdays and now in its fourth year, through its Patreon page (www.patreon.com/infracity) and follow the comic on Facebook. Marcelo himself can be found on Twitter […]
http://zetroczilla.tumblr.com/post/163590241697/kaijuly-kompensation-day-4-other-favorite Similar to the annual #Inktober art tag, artists from around the world celebrated all things giant monsters with the #KaiJuly celebration.
Lamont Hunt is the artist behind DakotaKid Creations, who moved out to California from South Dakota to pursue a career in animation. His “At the Playground” series imagines fan favorite characters from various franchises as young children playing in playground version of their iconic vehicles. His work can be found on his website, DakotaKidCreations.com as well […]
Joel Carroll is a freelance artist from North Carolina, who grew up watching Godzilla films and various Ultra series. He and his art can be found on Twitter and Tumblr. Fans can purchase his art and commission tokusatsu-themed pieces through his website. He will also be in attendance at Acme Comics in Greensboro, NC for […]
Mark Marella is an Southern California based artist, who recently held a panel on the intersection between tokusatsu and anime at this past Anime Los Angeles in January 2017. In addition to his Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr account, Mark’s pieces can also be found and purchased through various conventions he will attend in the […]
John Bellotti Jr. is an American artist most notably known for this various kaiju movie inspired posters. His work can be found on his main website Robo7.com, where fans can purchase art prints and t-shirts. He can also be found on social media via Facebook at Robo7: The Art of John Bellotti Jr. and Instagram […]
Tokusatsu fans and artists brought their kaiju and henshin heroes inspirations to Inktober, the annual traditional medium drawing challenge held in October.
Jinn is a California based artist with a love for many fandoms from tokusatsu to KPOP. Their work can be found on Twitter @kamenkorean and on Tumblr. Folks can also purchase some of Jinn’s work online through their Etsy shop.
Also known as The Beast is Back and the person behind the limited edition pins and patches from Night Cake Press, Christopher Lee brings a cool vibe to some favorite nostalgic titles and themes. An avid toy collector, fans can see his impressive collection via Instagram and purchase prints and apparel in his personal store, from […]
Goñi Montes is a Puerto Rican-born, fantasy illustrator, currently based in Atlanta, GA. He’s currently best known in the tokusatsu community as the artist behind the stunning helmet variant covers for the debut issue of BOOM! Studios Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic. Since then, he continues to create memorable covers for the series, including the cover for […]
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