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 […]
The TokuNet Artist Feature highlights comics artist & Toei’s Spider-man enthusiast, Jordan Gibson, whose work can currently be found on titles such as Marvel’s Howard the Duck created by writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Joe Quinones. A fan of classic tokusatsu, Gibson is also creating his own tokusatsu inspired work, Mighty Hero Mantis. Fans can see his work online on […]
Kris Yang is a California-based artist who grew up watching Power Rangers and Godzilla, which then delved further into the realm of tokusatsu after watching Kamen Rider W. His work can be found through his DeviantArt, and Pixiv.
Sean Dove is a freelance illustrator working out of Chicago, IL. Born in Hawaii and raised in Ann Arbor, MI, his retro-inspired work lead to working with J. Torres, writer for Teen Titans Go!, to bring Brobots and the Kaiju Kerfuffle to life. Brobots is available to pre-order in print and digitally via Comixology on May 25th. You can find more of […]
Brighton, England native, Markk Carrington, better known by as anaseed, is an artist and podcaster using bright and bold renditions of his favorite tokusatsu heroes. He co-hosts the Mask Rangers Podcast and his work can be found on social media via his personal Instagram and Twitter and his more tokusatsu-heavy account, @BozoRobo on Twitter and […]
Andrew Ferris is a an initially self-taught artist with a passion for tokusatsu from studio franchises to independent productions. He is active in the tokusatsu fan community on Facebook and his work can be found on Tumblr and Twitter.
Jackie Joson is a Philippines-based artist with a passion for anime and tokusatsu. Her UNO parody comic gained viral attention across fandoms and recently, was among the various tabling artists in attendance at the tokusatsu charity event, TokuSpirits. In addition to her online portfolio, her work is also found on DeviantArt, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram. […]
Truck Torrence, better known as the artist 100% Soft and a kaiju movie fan, delights fans with fun and adorable renditions of giant monsters with his Kaiju Kitties line as well emojis of Star Wars: the Force Awakens and the upcoming Captain America: Civil War movies. His work can be found on his website at 100percentsoft […]
The Tokusatsu Network first came across Vicky Yen’s tokusatsu-inspired work at the 2015 Anime Expo Artist Alley in Los Angeles, CA. She can be found on Twitter, where she posts most of her works-in-progress, at @vykeexp and she is also on Tumblr @vykee which also houses her finished art pieces and other fandom passions. Fans […]
The Tokusatsu Network is very happy to feature artist and designer, David White, whom we first met at Pasadena’s Designer Con this past November. David specializes in drawing and designing robots and mechanical objects, such as toys. David White’s work can be found on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter; as well as his main website, Mecha Zone. […]
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