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Bill Sienkiewicz Batman #400 Cover

Artist: Bill Sienkiewicz (All)

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Bill Sienkiewicz Batman #400 Cover Comic Art

 

   

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Title: Bill Sienkiewicz Batman #400 Cover
Artist: Bill Sienkiewicz (All)
Media Type: Mixed Media
Art Type: Cover
For Sale Status: NFS
Views: 5,005
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Favorited on CAF: 6
Comments: 86
Added to Site: 2/28/2014
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Sienkiewicz's art wasn't love at first sight for me. I first saw some of his artwork on New Mutants and frankly, I did not get it at all. It was abstract, wild and for this 12-13 year old....it made no sense when I compared it to the art of John Byrne, Art Adams, Frank Miller, etc...

This issue had a publication date of October 1986. I remember seeing it and picking up the comic just because it was an anniversary issue. It certainly helped that the image was so striking. The big figure of Batman front and center, and all the villains creatively incorporated in the painting and set against the blue background was very, very memorable.

What was also neat about this comic was that this painting was published as the front and back cover to Batman 400. The back cover printed this original painting you see here minus the DC logo and cover dressing. I remember just staring at it and realizing that this was done by Bill Sienkiewicz!!!! The same artist who was doing New Mutants and whom I decided was too weird for my taste. LOL.

The comic itself was a huge treat --- Batman 400 showcased some of the very best talent working in comics in the 80s...Bolland, Art Adams, Perez, Byrne, etc.

This is a true cornerstone piece in my collection and one that I still cannot believe I own.

Eternal thanks and gratitude to the seller for entrusting me with this. Of course, to Mitch, thank you for facilitating the sale!!!!

Addendum: I will try and post more images of the painting due to a few requests.

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LB Jefferies wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
So glad you finally posted this one, Joe! I can't think of a better Sienkiewicz piece for your collection. Even with all the quality art you've picked up over the years you still must've been bouncing off the walls when you opened this sucker up.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Dean Abraham wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
KILLER!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Will Tervay wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Dude, you're killing me. What a great piece. Thanks for sharing!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Dan Jerome wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
One of the absolute best Sienkiewicz covers ever made. I admire it as much today as I did back then.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Wesley L wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Awesome! One of the all time great Sienkiewicz covers.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Ronan Killack wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Unreal piece from Mr. Sienkiewicz...weird that it is in your gallery :)
Posted on 2/28/2014


Israel Collado Sanchez wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Fantastic!!!
Posted on 2/28/2014


I D wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Cream of the crop. This is Bill Sienkiewicz at his height, with the perfect combination of character and vintage. It just can't get any better!
Posted on 2/28/2014


M,B The collector wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Woooooooooooooow Wooow Really fantastic !!!!!!!!!!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Felix  Lu wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
That's beautiful.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Jonathan Mueller wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
ohhhh, Now were talking! I'm loving this Joe, as I'm sure you are as well! Congrats and thanks for sharing!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Matt S wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Sometimes Bill's work is so "Bob Peakish". i assume Peak came first, but i'm not sure. Tremendous Piece!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Scott Williams wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Your updates are always a treat Joe, but this one is one of my absolute favorites, which is saying a lot when you consider some of your updates! I can't think of a Sienkiewicz piece I would want more than this. Just stunning.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Chris C wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Ok...this is special. Amongst several special pieces this is really special.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Simon M. wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I think I'm going to keep on looking at this one for a while longer...
Posted on 2/28/2014


Mike W wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Words fail me....
Posted on 2/28/2014


Suat Tong Ng wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Very impressive and a huge shot of nostalgia as well.
Posted on 2/28/2014


Mike B wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Amazing!!! Congrats Joe
Posted on 2/28/2014


Lance Suarez wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
classic cover and beautiful colors
Posted on 2/28/2014


Satya Chetri wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Crazy good!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Duane Murray wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
WHAT?!?!? WHAT??? WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?! WHAT? WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?
Posted on 2/28/2014


Ken Fries wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Stunning. Love this piece, and the book it's the cover to as well. I must be right around your age, maybe add a couple years, and I had similar feelings about Sienkiewicz' work at first as well. Think I was already a fan at this point but if I wasn't, it sure helped! Amazing piece to add to your already fantastic collection...have you opened your own museum yet?
Posted on 2/28/2014


Raymond Bryan wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Just love this!! Truly excellent!! Congrats on Sinkiewicz at his best!
Posted on 2/28/2014


Lloyd White wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Magnificent!!
Posted on 2/28/2014


J W wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
A gem -- congrats Joe.
Posted on 2/28/2014


J. Sid wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
WOW! One of my favorite pieces in your collection.
Posted on 2/28/2014


X C wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
This truly is a WOW!!! piece, Congrats on this amazing addition Joe.
Posted on 3/1/2014


Jeff Singh wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Great to see this up in your gallery. When you mentioned it to me, I couldn't wait to see a picture. This is amazing in so many ways. Bill at his most memorable and best. If there was one Sienkiewicz piece that fit in your collection perfectly, this would be it. Congratulations on acquiring it.
Posted on 3/1/2014


Eric DLS wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
It's always great to score something you've always wanted. I'm so happy you were able to add this to your collection. Congrats Joe!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Mark Levy wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
So memorable, congrats!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Shelton  Bryant wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Brilliant!!!!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Alkis Vlachos wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
it doesn't get any better than this ... congratulations!!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Gal Schwartz wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Seriously - the best thing since the sandwich (it rhymes better with Sienkiewicz than sliced bread) !! Easily one of the all-time best Batman covers and my most favorite piece by Sienkiewicz ! Congrats on this epic piece !
Posted on 3/1/2014


Carlos P. wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Absolutely awesome piece!!!!!
Posted on 3/1/2014


TIM TOWNSEND wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Oh no you didn't......(jaw hits floor)
Posted on 3/1/2014


George O wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Tremendous acquisition. Congrats!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Filmore W. Bedwick wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I remember being Amazed by this cover and issue!!! Great catch!!!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Lee Benaka wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I'm sure this is mind-blowingly stunning in person. Congrats on landing a piece that is so special to you, Joe!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Imran A wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Just magnificent!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Horacio Alvarez wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Amazing Joe....AMAZING กกกกกกก
Posted on 3/1/2014


Jonathan H wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
This is awesome!!!! Congrats!!
Posted on 3/1/2014


levi jacob wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Fantastic. I loved that cover when the book came out. Its been a favorite ever since.
Posted on 3/1/2014


Chris Hill wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
jumpin' jehosaphat! one of his masterworks...congratulations!
Posted on 3/1/2014


Ivan Costa wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Grail pieces hands down. Glad to know it's in such a wonderful collection. Congrats!
Posted on 3/1/2014


George 1 wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Just wow...............leave some for the rest of us Joe lol.
Posted on 3/1/2014


bob fish wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Just Stunning ! Thank's for sharing
Posted on 3/2/2014


John Cogan wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Killer+awesome+fantastic+beautiful+amazing+crazy good+magnificent+brilliant = best of the best. Congrats on another major score, Joe! I've often wondered where this piece has been. Nice to know its in good hands now.
Posted on 3/2/2014


Dominic Miritello wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.
Posted on 3/2/2014


Fabio C. wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
masterpiece!
Posted on 3/3/2014


Neil  Hill wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Joe, you just keep the hits coming!! Gorgeous painting.
Posted on 3/4/2014


Dermot D wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
WoW...this is truly Outstanding!!!
Posted on 3/4/2014


Ken & Trevor Brennan wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
I totally agree with everything that the guy a few posts above said....in fact, I'd be happy to dispose of this 'monstrosity' for you in an enviromentally sound manner. So if you could just post it over to me that would be great!
Posted on 3/5/2014


I D wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Dominic Miritello said:
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.

ASSHOLE
Posted on 3/5/2014


Scott Williams wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Dominic Miritello said:
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.

You know the old saying "ignorance is bliss"? Well Dominic, you must be one of the happiest guys on the planet. Inspired review. Thanks for the good laugh.
Posted on 3/5/2014


Ruben DaCollector wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
After 20 years of internet, this thing FINALLY rears its beautiful head?! It's goddamned about time! Where the hell was it hidden anyway?
Posted on 3/6/2014


Joshua McCoy wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
The only thing more amazing than this piece of art is the English language, it allowed both I D and Scott Williams to express the exact same sentiment in strikingly different manners.
Posted on 3/6/2014


Jeff Singh wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Dominic Miritello said:
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.

I would disagree. The choices Bill made were calculated. Given this comic came out the same year as Miller's Dark Knight did, this was a different and wildly radical approach to drawing Batman. At the time, no one else would have been this experimental in imagery and technique. Only on looking back at something like this and all the art that has come after that was influenced by the boundaries Sienkiewicz shattered are you able to further appreciate what a break through piece this was. I am a huge fan of Sienkiewicz but there are many pieces by him that I can find fault with and may not like, but this is not one of those. Iconic, revolutionary and influential.
Posted on 3/6/2014


Ron Sonenthal wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
That's exactly what I was going to say!! Congrats Joe, this is a world class cover to add to a world class collection.
Posted on 3/6/2014


Gene Park wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Jeff Singh said:
I would disagree. The choices Bill made were calculated. Given this comic came out the same year as Miller's Dark Knight did, this was a different and wildly radical approach to drawing Batman. At the time, no one else would have been this experimental in imagery and technique. Only on looking back at something like this and all the art that has come after that was influenced by the boundaries Sienkiewicz shattered are you able to further appreciate what a break through piece this was. I am a huge fan of Sienkiewicz but there are many pieces by him that I can find fault with and may not like, but this is not one of those. Iconic, revolutionary and influential.

Totally agree with this, Jeff. Like Joe, Sienkiewicz's art confused my young brain and I wasn't a fan at first, but I quickly grew to appreciate his art. We take stylized comic art like this for granted nowadays, but, back in the day, it was, as you said, "revolutionary and influential". Great cover!
Posted on 3/7/2014


Chris C wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Dominic Miritello said:
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.

If this is how you judge artwork, strictly upon technical factors (10 toes? check...10 fingers? check), might I suggest you look only at a copy of Gray's Anatomy...you'll find everything well represented to your liking there. As for this piece of art, you couldn't have missed the point and significance of it more if that was actually your goal, the chances taken by Sienk on this cover, and the lasting impact it has had on the hobby, collecting public, and fans in general seem to outweigh complaints of how challenged Batman's bowel tract regularity may or may not have been in the execution of this piece.
Posted on 3/7/2014


J L wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Thank you everyone for the nice comments. To Jeff, Chris C, Gene Park-- your eloquence in your posts is much appreciated!!!! And to Dominic-- you don't like this painting. Certainly, you are entitled to your opinion. However, was it necessary to make the post sound like a personal criticism of my own taste?
Posted on 3/7/2014


Alan N wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
J L said:
Thank you everyone for the nice comments. To Jeff, Chris C, Gene Park-- your eloquence in your posts is much appreciated!!!! And to Dominic-- you don't like this painting. Certainly, you are entitled to your opinion. However, was it necessary to make the post sound like a personal criticism of my own taste?

Awesome piece! You certainly have great taste, I would kill for this one! Congrat!
Posted on 3/7/2014


etienne  estorge wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Joe, this is by far my favorite piece in your ridiculously awesome collection. Thanks so much for sharing this gem. When I grow up I want my collection to be like yours!!! Etienne-
Posted on 3/7/2014


Jeremy Radisich wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
What would an idiot like ID have have said about Picasso? Please, this is an awesome, challenging work of art.
Posted on 3/8/2014


J L wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Jeremy Radisich said:
What would an idiot like ID have have said about Picasso? Please, this is an awesome, challenging work of art.

hi Jeremy--- ID isn't the one saying slamming the painting. Dominic Miritello, who has no caf gallery to share, is the one dogging the piece.
Posted on 3/8/2014


Jeremy Radisich wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
J L said:
hi Jeremy--- ID isn't the one saying slamming the painting. Dominic Miritello, who has no caf gallery to share, is the one dogging the piece.

Yes, my bad--sorry ID, read it all too quickly.
Posted on 3/8/2014


Nicolaj Borch wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
J L said:
hi Jeremy--- ID isn't the one saying slamming the painting. Dominic Miritello, who has no caf gallery to share, is the one dogging the piece.

The one who is dogging this piece shows no real interest in understanding what a great breakthrough this cover was, and the historic fact that some of the biggest pieces of art only shows its true greatness through time...(maybe not to a 9 year old) And how he even found his way and bothered to comment at all is to me a riddle??? Congrats with this Great historic beauty Joe!
Posted on 3/8/2014


Brooklyn Art wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Dominic Miritello said:
Compared to the artists other pieces it merely looks as if the artist was incredibly lazy with this one. Batman looks as if he is about to crap his pants. On top of that his body has absolutely no shape, the line that incorporates his shoulders shows that. If the artist was going for a deformed monstrosity Batman then bravo, you nailed it. The rest of the painting consists of crudely painted characters. The only think that has somewhat of a redeeming factor is perhaps the coloring, and the historical value. It really isn't pretty to look at by any means, but if you believe otherwise then enjoy it.

Comedy relies on many things, and while you certainly prove you have the vocabulary and observational skills to be an aspiring comedian, your timing needs works. You really missed an opportunity here, with April 1st just around the corner. Those kind of details though come with practice. Keep at it. You're showing real promise!
Posted on 3/8/2014


Stanton  Singh wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Joe and others. Great art inspires interpretation. It leaves things to imagination. It inspires debate. ...As it has here! While this piece doesn't speak to me much, it is now undeniable how influential it is. Thank you Dominic for your contribution to the debate. Joe, thank you for your contribution to CAF. Sienk, thank you for your contribution to art.
Posted on 3/8/2014


Stanton  Singh wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Stanton Singh said:
Joe and others. Great art inspires interpretation. It leaves things to imagination. It inspires debate. ...As it has here! While this piece doesn't speak to me much, it is now undeniable how influential it is. Thank you Dominic for your contribution to the debate. Joe, thank you for your contribution to CAF. Sienk, thank you for your contribution to art.

If I may also add... I do not condone 'how' Dominic Miritello commented. While it sparked a debate, it isn't how this community works. Joe, one thing I know is that your collection and your taste is not up for debate. Thank you for continually entertaining us with great pieces of art.
Posted on 3/8/2014


S S wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Phenomenal cover!!! I recall loving this cover so much I bought two copies of it when it came out. Was it really that long ago?!?! Enjoy this one Joe! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Posted on 3/10/2014


- Artemaria wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Great cover. While I love all things Neal Adams, and loved Sienkiewicz as an Adams clone, he became a better artist when he developed his own identity. A great known character cover by a great unique voice in comic artdom. Congratulations, couldn't have gone to a nice guy!
Posted on 3/13/2014


Alex B wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Congrats for this insanely cool score : one of the 80's defining covers and a true masterpiece !
Posted on 3/13/2014


naqam washington wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Amazing!!!
Posted on 3/19/2014


Johan Tudts wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Masterpiece, huge congrats ! Btw, I like the : don't bother asking ! +++
Posted on 3/30/2014


Jason Versaggi wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
One of the most classic images from the era I started collecting. Fantastic piece.
Posted on 4/17/2014


Jonathan Wayshak wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Please, if you could, post a highres version of this painting. I absolutely love it! BTW, I check your page often. A truly amazing collection. Best! Jon
Posted on 11/17/2014


Greg G wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
J L said:
Thank you everyone for the nice comments. To Jeff, Chris C, Gene Park-- your eloquence in your posts is much appreciated!!!! And to Dominic-- you don't like this painting. Certainly, you are entitled to your opinion. However, was it necessary to make the post sound like a personal criticism of my own taste?

Joe, Your taste is impeccable, and this masterpiece of modern comics by Sienkievicz is further proof of that. Big congrats on this piece as well as your collection as a whole; one of the absolute best on CAF. I always look forward to your updates; keep 'em comin'!
Posted on 12/28/2014


Mike D wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
One of my fave covers from my youth and one of the very best Sienk covers! Congrats Joe - great taste as always buddy!
Posted on 2/7/2015


artless artmore wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
This has so much style! Sienkiewicz is just phenomenal
Posted on 2/13/2015


josh gray wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
too cool
Posted on 4/3/2015


G. C. wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Stunning !! Sienkiewicz's works from the 90's are fantastic !! Congrats again Joe !
Posted on 11/11/2015


Phillip R wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
I had the same reaction to Sienkiewicz's work at first. But wow, do I think this is this a magnificent piece now!
Posted on 12/23/2015


Matt W wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
OMG!
Posted on 4/23/2017


Rick W wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I loved Sienkiewicz art right from the start. Wonderfully memorable cover!
Posted on 7/4/2017


comicinkking .com wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Late to the party! Thought I commented on this, but that was when someone posted it to Facebook. Anyway, this piece is awesome - one of those images that will be burned into my brain forever. The square cape makes me smile every time! Bill is a genius, and not just an amazing comic book artist, but an amazing ARTIST period. Kudos to you for picking up this masterpiece! (p.s. can't you delete that comment by DM? Nobody needs to see that nonsense.
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