SMASH artist Kyle Bolton warmed up with this shot of the Hulk dropping in on Iron Man in his Hulkbuster armor from AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON.
How much is SMASH artist Kyle Bolton looking forward to the next season of Netflix's "Daredevil" series?
So much that he's already drawing it.
We're especially excited about the addition of the Punisher, which will hopefully work better than in any of his movie attempts. C'mon, Netflix, don't let us down!
SMASH artist Kyle Bolton has been feeling a tad nostalgic lately. Here are his sketch tributes to the beloved Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Can you guess which is which?
Athough they're better known for their movies and TV cartoon series, Kyle and I are longtime fans of the old-school Ninja Turtles comics. Waaaaaaaaay back in the 1980s, we used to collect the original black-and-white TMNT comic series that was nothing like the silly, light-hearted tone of the TV or movie versions.
When we were kids, we thought the Ninja Turtles comics were gritty and hardcore. Only years later did we learn they were intended as a tongue-in-cheek spoof of beloved comic series by Frank Miller, especially RONIN and his ninja-heavy DAREDEVIL issues.
SMASH artist Kyle Bolton pays fond tribute to the '80s comedy classic Back to the Future, with Doc Brown and Marty McFly on board the time-traveling DeLorean. To quote Marty: "This is heavy, Doc!"
Kyle is a lifelong Batman fan, but he's never been all that crazy about Robin. As part of his experimentation with blue pencil, however, he decided to draw his first-ever version of the Boy Wonder in action -- and here are the results!
Continuing our tour of SMASH artist Kyle Bolton's experiments in blue pencil, here's the before and after of a female Captain America. (Hey, isn't it about time a woman strapped on the star-spangled shield?)
Recently SMASH artist Kyle Bolton got his first blue pencil and has been doing a whole lot of sketching with it. We're excited to show you the results! First up: Marvel's Black Panther, before and after.