Bill Sienkiewicz Biography
|Born as||Boleslav Felix Robert Sienkiewicz|
|Born||May 3, 1958|
Boleslav Felix Robert "Bill" Sienkiewicz is an American comic book artist and also painter, and illustrator.
Sienkiewicz, who comes from a household of Polish descent, matured initially in Blakey, Pennsylvania and later in Haines City, New Jersey, where he likewise participated in institution. It was followed by the research at the Newark School of Fine and also Industrial Arts in Newark, New Jersey.
Sienkiewicz started drawing "when he was about 4 or five", as well as continued doing and learning more about art throughout his childhood years. His early comic-book affects consist of artist Curt Swan (Superman), and also artist Jack Kirby
The first engagement he took it as a real illustrator was for the publishing firm Marvel Comics, he showed the initial series such as Moon Knight (1981-1983) and Chris Claremont's New Mutants (1983) as well as a comic adaptation of the motion picture Dune. In 1986 Sienkiewicz started working for the magazine Epic Illustrated, here he dealt with several comics, yet especially the background of Slow Dancer - had ended up being energetic, complied with later that year, the eight-part, by Frank Miller
created miniseries Elektra: Assassin, a significant commercial and artistic success was. After that he was utilized as an illustrator for Marvel Comics on about such characters as Captain America, Wolverine, Spider-Man as well as the X-Men.
For Marvel's rivals DC Comics miniseries attracted Sienkiewicz, specifically as Nightwing/ Huntress (# 1-4, 1998), Batman: GCPD (# 1-4, 1996) and also Superman: Day of Doom (# 1-4, 2002), one-shots like DC 1st: Batgirl/ The Joker as well as comics such as Dark Knight Dynasty as well as The Last Will as well as Testament of Hal Jordan along with occasional job as a visitor artist on programs such as Aquaman, Batman (# 533, 534), Detective Comics (# 709 ), Green Arrow (# 109) and also Superman (# 173) and also pin-up contributions for numerous Secret Files and also Galleries.
Together with Alan Moore
comic to place Sienkiewicz Brought to Light ahead and on their own, he generated the miniseries Stray Toasters. He also made many covers for titles such as Lone Wolf as well as Cub, Rom, Dazzler, The Mighty Thor, Return of the Jedi and The Transformers.
As an illustrator, Sienkiewicz 'accomplishments include Voodoo Child a bio of guitar player Jimi Hendrix
(1995), and the album Charity of Night Bruce Cockburn
(1996), Bobby Digital In Stereo by RZA (1998) and also Business customarily by EPMD (1990). On top of that, exposures were for publications such as Entertainment Weekly as well as Spin Magazine and also the picture of Herman Melville's
traditional novel Moby Dick for the Classics Illustrated collection.
1998 expanded its range of activities Sienkiewicz, by using a picture publication Santa: My Life & Times (An Illustrated Autobiography) first appeared as a kids's book writer. Amongst the honors he has actually obtained for his job consist of, among others, Eagle Award (1981, 1982, 1983, 1987), Kirby Award (1987), Inkpot Award (1981) and also Eisner Award (2004).
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Related authors: Jimi Hendrix (Musician), Jack Kirby (Cartoonist), Alan Moore (Writer), Bruce Cockburn (Musician), Lawrence Taylor (Athlete), Frank Miller (Artist), Herman Melville (Novelist)
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