Russian artist Evgeny Zubkov is widely known in the narrow world of design and illustration. The general public became acquainted with his work during the pandemic, when pictures about Russia in cyberpunk appeared on the Internet, where a pizza delivery man passes food through the window using a special robot.
Zubkov calls these works “meme pichches”, which he performs in five minutes. However, it is these unusual and hyper-modern drawings that are gaining millions of views on the Internet.
Now Evgeny has gone further and decided to create (without major financial influences) a high-quality comic about a Russian superhero – the “northern” Spider-Man, who lives in Siberia, studies at the institute and helps the locals.
Zubkov posted the work “Northern Spider” for free in VK so that everyone could evaluate the work. On the pages of the comic, we see how a simple boy Nikita from Neftesibirsk lives with his grandmother, writes term papers and does good deeds at night; for example, he saves the city from blackouts as a result of the thieves’ work that he decides to cut the cable.
North Spider hands the robbers over to the locals, who punish one of the intruders with a live wire. So, the comic has an antagonistic hero: a burned and mutilated robber turns into a power line monster in overalls that has an endless charge of electricity.
Zubkov emphasized that this is only the first work of its kind. And more readers are waiting for the sequel. And since the work is laborious, he asked me to donate (donate) for the next comics.
Evgeny’s first works began to appear online in 2020.
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