Bounding Into Comics is reporting that Marvel artist Bill Sienkiewicz has lied about artwork he created in 2017 in which he depicted several Republican personalities in front of targets in a series entitled, “The Most Punchable Faces of 2017.”
Comic book artist Bill Malin posted on Twitter:
Bill is a villain because he draws real life people’s heads in bullseye’s when he disagrees with them.
— ＭＡＬＩＮ (@JonMalin) October 11, 2018
To which Bill Sienkiewicz replied:
Talk about fake news. You are not only 100% wrong, you are actively lying to try and make your point, and failing to do so, either truthfully or coherently-on all counts. You child. https://t.co/9ZuU2shex6
— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) October 11, 2018
But a 10 second Google search turns up multiple articles published in 2017 that detail Bill’s artwork.
Comics artist Bill Sienkiewicz saves us the trouble of wondering if he’s calling for violence. While he caricaturizes those he is frustrated with this year against the backdrop of a shooting target, he also helpfully labels the collection with text: The Most Punchable Faces of 2017. Among the pictures he’s tweeted on social media are FOX News pundits Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
Bill SienKiewicz is known for his work on Star Wars comic book covers.
Here’s some of Bill’s other art: