Bill Sienkiewicz (1958 – ), with his unique, bold, and innovative style, is one of the most popular and renowned comic artists of modern times and has had an unquestionable impact on not only comics but on modern illustration in general.
While best known for his work on Elektra, Moon Knight and The New Mutants, Sienkiewicz has transcended comics, his work having appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Spin Magazine, on numerous CCG game cards such as Magic: The Gathering and Upper Deck’s VS System, and on album, book, and DVD covers.
His branching out into other media hasn’t dampened his prolific comic work, however. In addition to the aforementioned super heroes, Sienkiewicz’s work has graced the covers and/or interiors on a whole host of the industries most popular comic titles, including Batman, Sandman, the Shadow, Superman, The Incredible Hulk, The Fantastic Four, Wolverine, The X-Men, Daredevil, and Judge Dredd, to name but a few. His comic work also includes the two biggest Sci-Fi franchises of all time- Star Trek and Star Wars.
A multiple-award winning artist, Sienkiewicz won four Eagle Awards, one Inkpot Award, The Yellow Kid Award, the Gran Guigiri Award, a Kirby Award, a March of Dimes Award for charity work, a Haxtur Award, the Alpe de Huiz Award, an Adamson Award, and an Eisner Award. He has even received two Emmy nominations for his work on the children’s TV series Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
To view all collectibles related to this comic creator, click here.