Wolverine No. 10 Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz

By 1989, Bill Sienkiewicz had cemented his place in comics as a creator to be watched. With early work on Moon Knight, moving on to The New Mutants, a great Dune movie adaptation, and stunning painted and collage work on Elektra: Assassin.

He was then – and remains now – an in-demand cover artist, including this Wolverine cover from early in the book’s run. New colour by me.


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As published

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Scan from Heritage Auctions

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Cleaned-up art, though with all Sienkiewicz’s sproinks and splats, figuring out what is dirt and dust is problematic at best 😉

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New colour

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Re-created trade dress added


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