For his latest MakersPlace drop, Mark McKenna brings a sampling of his work from the heavens and the underworld with a series of illustrations of deities from antiquity. These include Loki from Norse mythology, Hercules and Megara from Greek mythology, and the Succubus from Jewish mysticism. 

Mark McKenna is a globally-acclaimed American comic artist who has been creating comic art for over three decades. McKenna is a 2012 Inkwell Hall of Fame resident who has been credited on over 1000 comic book–related titles.

Having worked extensively for both Marvel and DC comics, McKenna’s artwork can be found within the pages of some of the world’s most influential comic books, such as X-Men, Spider-Man, Batman, The Justice League, Deadpool, and Star Wars

You can also find his work in Legendary Pictures’ Pacific Rim movie prequel and Dark Horse Comics’ Star Wars: The Old Republic—The Lost Suns. His artwork from an online webcomic, Star Wars: Blood of the Empire, was collected into an 84-page paperback and served as inspiration for The Old Republic video game.

Aside from his work inking for numerous comic book publishing powerhouses, McKenna has also created his own sci-fi/horror comic book series, COMBAT JACKS, and a children’s series Banana Tail.

One thousand comic books and twelve thousand pages later, McKenna has propelled his classic comic art style into the future by joining the rare digital art movement.

Notable Sales

Mark McKenna’s foray into the world of rare digital art involved the release of his debut series, Science Fiction in a Galaxy Far Far Away, and collaborative creation with silver/bronze age comic legend José Delbo. All artworks sold out immediately.

His debut series consisted of Target Earth, Sparring with the Past, and Intergalactic Unemployment Office, which amassed a total of nearly $15,000 in sales. McKenna’s collaborative 1/1 artwork with José Delbo, Into The Future, sold for $6,750 to Investixs, and the classic black and white edition of 10 amassed over $10,000 in gross sales.

McKenna’s works have captivated collectors for his intricate illustrations, colors, and composition, set within tongue-in-cheek humor, capturing characters that we all know and love.

In The News

The Drop — October 27, 2022

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Loki: God of Mischief

Loki, in Norse mythology, a cunning trickster who had the ability to change his shape and sex. Although his father was the giant Fárbauti, he was included among the Aesir (a tribe of gods). Loki was represented as the companion of the great gods Odin and Thor, helping them with his clever plans but sometimes causing embarrassment and difficulty for them and himself.

Art by Joe St Pierre, Mark McKenna, and Ross Campbell

  • Editions: 1/1
  • Pricing: 0.5 ETH reserve followed by 24-hour auction

Hercules and Meg Prepare for Battle!

Originally created for the Disney animated movie Hercules,  Megara better known as Meg prepares for battle alongside her future husband.  She was Hercules’ love interest, later wife and a heroine.

Art by Kevin Sharpe, Mark McKenna, and Ross Campbell

  • Editions: 5/5
  • Pricing: $300


A succubus is a demon or supernatural entity in folklore/ mythology in female form, that appears in dreams to seduce men, usually through sexual activity. According to religious traditions, repeated sexual activity with a succubus can cause poor physical or mental health, even death!

Art by Jay DeFoy, Mark McKenna, and Ross Campbell

  • Editions: 5/5
  • Pricing: $300


Channeling Jon Carter and the Princess of Mars with this illustration. 

Art by Stephane Roux and Mark McKenna

  • Editions: 5/5
  • Pricing: $300

The God of Mischief

Loki is the ultimate trickster god, known for being neither fully good nor evil since his main aim was always to create chaos.

Art by Joe St Pierre, Mark McKenna, and Ross Campbell

  • Editions: Open
  • Pricing: $100

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