Before Dave McKean made his mark on the comics world, one of the more unusual and striking artists on the mainstream comics scene was Bill Sienkiewicz. His choppy lines, painted interludes and collage-derived layout sense came to an early head in Elektra: Assassin, which remains one of the must-reads of the mid-’80s Marvel catalog.

Now you can see how the artist’s style works with Dexter and his Dark Passenger, thanks to the Dark Echo series of webisodes, which are now online. Read More »