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Krishna M. Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Ultramatics, The Smithsonian Museum of Art, The Chai Company, Other World Computing and EE Times. Krishna's work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at

Spider-Man cover homage

I don’t normally draw Spider-man – not because I hate him as a character or find him uninteresting. No, it’s just all those dang webs that have to be drawn every single time. Drawing Spider-man would be tedious for me. But, I was asked if I could come up with a cover design featuring the web slinger, so I took my best stab at it. My Patreon supporters have access to the uber-high resolution version, including an ultra-rare “Mint Condition” version. You’ll join ’em, right? -Krishna

Spider-Man Comic Cover

Jurassic Park meta

I drew this one based on a sketch request from an Instagram follower. The great thing about this exercise is that I have to draw outside of my comfort zone. -Krishna

Jurassic Meta

Head Lopper tribute

My little tribute to Andrew MacLean’s fantastic Head Lopper character. Look out for a new Head Lopper mini series from Image soon.

Head Lopper

Jim Guevara Morrison

Before I knew who Che Guevara was, I always assumed the image was a picture of Jim Morrison, of the Doors.

Che Morrison


I made several avatars as a free promotion to raise funds for my new PC build. These took me about an hour each, using photo reference.

Kreg Steppe Avatar

Mazinger Z aka Tranzor Z

Tranzor Z, Voltron, and the Transformers were all the rage for me as a kid. What made Tranzor Z so compelling were several factors: his rocket punch, his terrifying rogue’s gallery, a robot named Aphrodite with missiles that shot out of her bosom, and of course, the theme song. Notably, this show featured the actual deaths of the villains in the last episode. Or at least that’s what my memory recalls. Someone on the Internet stumbling upon this will no doubt correct me on the matter. Anyway, here’s my tribute to a show I enjoyed as a kid. “Rocket punch!”

Mazinger Z

Creepy Corridor

Well, sometimes I don’t use process work. There is something to be said for the occasional free-form illustration process. This particular piece was created using Photoshop and a mouse. I used shapes to create the design, switching between the polygonal lasso and regular lasso tool. -Krishna

Creepy Corridor