Artist Bill Sienkiewicz posts a portrait in honor of comics legend Stan Lee, who passed away earlier this week.
Comic artist Bill Sienkiewicz pays tribute to the late Stan Lee with a most marvelous birthday portrait for the legend.
Bill Sienkiewicz returns to Marvel Comics' Hell's Kitchen for a trinity of variant covers celebrating some of Daredevil's most dangerous foes and allies.
Marvel has released five new variants by Mike Mignola, Ed McGuinness, Bill Sienkiewicz and more for their Monsters Unleashed miniseries.
The award-winning comics artist shared his rendering of the "Success Kid" meme on his Facebook.
Kevin Eastman explains how he and fellow comic book legend Bill Sienkiewicz came together for a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles story.
"Even though he’s changed wives twice and party affiliation five times since I’ve been watching him, the underlying personality disorder has remained remarkably stable," says Trudeau.
Veteran artist Bill Sienkiewicz says the studio has offered him no compensation or credit for using his art in a promotional item.
The first covers feature art from Bill Sienkiewicz and Marco D'Alfonso paying tribute to young emcees like King Mez and Earl Sweatshirt.
Industry legend Bill Sienkiewicz discusses his work on "Elektra Assassin" with Frank Miller, what he gets out of inking other artists and more.
Paul Allor and Damian Couceiro's new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" series will follow supporting characters like Casey Jones, Fugitoid and more.
The oversized, limited edition hardcover collects the iconic artist's entire run on "New Mutants," as well as "X-Men Unlimited" #43.
"Scooby Apocalypse" and "Future Quest" get variant covers from Neal Adams, Steve Rude, Howard Porter and Bill Sienkiewicz.
Bill Sienkiewicz's variant cover for "Power Man & Iron Fist" #2 features a call back to a pair of classic '80s ads.
The French satirical magazine plans to publish 1 million copies of a special issue commemorating the one-year anniversary of the deadly attack on its Paris office.
Filled with one of the largest comic collections in the country, Koch Comics in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, isn't exactly the easiest place to find.
The spy series will feature art from Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz and colors by Bettie Breitweiser.