21 Facts About Bill Sienkiewicz


Bill Sienkiewicz began drawing "when [he] was about four or five", and continued doing and learning about art throughout his childhood.


Bill Sienkiewicz received his classical art education at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts in Newark, New Jersey.


Bill Sienkiewicz continued as the artist of the Moon Knight color comics series, starting with the first issue.


From this period on, Bill Sienkiewicz's art evolved into a much more expressionistic style, and he began experimenting with paint, collage, and mixed media.


Bill Sienkiewicz produced covers for a range of Marvel titles, including Rom, Dazzler, The Mighty Thor, Return of the Jedi and The Transformers, and drew the comic adaptation of Dune.


Bill Sienkiewicz both wrote and illustrated the 1988 miniseries Stray Toasters, an idiosyncratic work published by Epic Comics about a criminal psychologist investigating a series of murders.


Bill Sienkiewicz painted the Classics Illustrated adaptation of the novel Moby-Dick.

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In 2007, Bill Sienkiewicz penciled 30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow.


In 2008, Bill Sienkiewicz illustrated a story for The Nightmare Factory - Volume 2 graphic novel.


In October 2012, Sienkiewicz teamed with fellow artists Klaus Janson and David W Mack on the eight-issue Marvel mini-series Daredevil: End of Days.


In June 2014, Bill Sienkiewicz was the guest of honor at ceremony for the 2014 Inkwell Awards at HeroesCon in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Bill Sienkiewicz would provide one of the covers to the softcover edition of the book.


Bill Sienkiewicz's artwork has been published in magazines including Entertainment Weekly and Spin.


In 1989, Bill Sienkiewicz painted the art for the Friendly Dictators card set published by Eclipse Comics which portrayed various foreign leaders such as Mobutu Sese Seko, Ferdinand Marcos, and Anastasio Somoza Debayle.


Bill Sienkiewicz has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.


In 2004, Bill Sienkiewicz contributed to card art for VS System, a collectible card game published by Upper Deck Entertainment.


Additional Bill Sienkiewicz album covers include RZA's Bobby Digital in Stereo, EPMD's Business as Usual, and Kid Cudi's Man on the Moon: The End of Day.


Also in 2006, Bill Sienkiewicz teamed with Neal Adams to create art for former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters.


In 2006, Bill Sienkiewicz designed the layout and art for The Venture Bros.


Bill Sienkiewicz designed the cover art for the season three DVD and Blu-ray set.


In October 1979 Bill Sienkiewicz married Francis Ann Dawson, who worked at Marvel as the administrative assistant for editor-in-chief Jim Shooter and later was Marvel's Administrative Manager of International Licensing.