Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Circa 1982 - Bill Sienkiewicz's sketch to convince Jim Shooter to let him draw the X-Men


  1. Esteban aka Stephen GurrNovember 22, 2011 at 5:37 PM

    Ha! As I think I mentioned before, this was around the time Sienk was still a Neal Adams clone, if a good one. Guess Shooter didn't bite, except to throw an annual his way... Sienk would have been a better choice than about three X-Men artists post-Paul Smith

  2. It still has some marks of what would be his own style, though.

    No doubt he was good.

  3. I recall reading an interview with him where he said that he was offered the X-Men, but asked for the New Mutants instead because he wanted to start experimenting with his style and felt he would have more leeway to do that on a lower-profile title.



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