Native Twist on Comic Book Heroes

Posted By Paul G August 1st, 2013 Last Updated on: August 27th, 2018

Native America artist Jeffrey Veregge's work presents a Native American twist on popular comic book heroes.  Jeffry is from the Suquamish and Duwamish tribes and grew up on the Little Boston reservation in Washington.

According to his website:

My origins are not supernatural, nor have they been enhanced by radioactive spiders. I am simply a Native American artist, whose creative mantra in best summed up with a word from my tribe's own language as: “taʔčaʔx̣ʷéʔtəŋ” which means “get into trouble”.

A member of the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe, I was raised and spent a majority of my life on our reservation known locally as Little Boston, which is located near Kingston, Washington. Although I am enrolled there, I am also both of Suquamish and Duwamish tribal ancestry.

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Native Twist on Comic Book Heroes

Native Twist on Comic Book Heroes


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Deanna Brown

Awesome work, you are a very talented artist! I’m a huge Wonder Woman fan, would love to purchase one of your creations if you have any of her?

Patty Tolliver

I love the Spider Man image as well as Batman and Superman . I too would like to see more of your work.

Eric Bass

Being a comic book artist/writer this is the dopest thing I’ve seen this year! Love to see more!!

Pierre Martin

Totally awesome …


The hulk would be awesome like this

Clara Anderson

Your art is so breathtaking , you. inspire
me to a whole. new level.of. creations.
Please continue.


WONDERFUL…exciting…bold…MORE! plezzz


Visually stunning,I would love to see your interpretation of traditional stories too, if you do that. I would like to see more, your work is awesome!


Wow! this is amazing!

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