Elektra Assassin

Lines Through the Abstract: Celebrating Bill Sienkiewicz
Bill Sienkiewicz (that's "sin-KEV-itch") was born on May 3, 1958. He's an artist best known for Moon Knight and New Mutants, but his work changed popular notions of what superhero art could be. In the early 1980s, mainstream comics art basically looked like one thing. Certainly there was no shortage of brilliant artists, and each had their own recognizable style — it's no challenge to tell Neal Adams from John Byrne from Jim Starlin — but everything fit into a relatively narrow framework of representational depictions and traditionally heroic figures.
Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – March 21, 2012: He Didn’t Think It Too Many
Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week. KEY: * Different class ^ Separations % Freaks * ELEKTRA: ASSASSIN This 1986-1987 Frank Miller/Bill Sienkiewicz miniseries might be the most visually impressive thing Marvel has published in the direct-market era--Sienkiewicz at the absolute peak of his form, a phenomenal he-do-the-police-in-dif