From Indie Spinner Rack Issue #11: Part Two
Kent provided the cover art for several issues of this Don McGregor (no relation to our own Chucky McGreggor) series. He also did some back-up work in a few issues, but not this one.
Sabre #4, 1983
Kent inks over Rick Leonardi in this fill-in issue that also features a cover by the odd pair of Jim Lee and Bill Sienkiewicz.
The Uncanny X-Men #252, 1989
One of the few good things about Epic's Shadowline Saga was some great covers by Jon Muth, Bill Sienkiewicz, Kevin Nowlan and Kent.Doctor Zero #8, 1989
|Dark They Were, and Golden-Eyed|
Kent and John Van Fleet's lush adaptation of a Bradbury parable.The Ray Bradbury Chronicles #1, 1992
|Tell Me, Dark|
A love story brewing with mysteries and betrayals showcasing Kent in top form. A pre-Vertigo Vertigo graphic novel by Karl Edward Wagner, John Ney Rieber and Kent Williams.
Tell Me, Dark, 1992
|Where Is It?|
This evocative tale of memory is one of the highlights of the anthology's four-issue run.A1 Vol.2 #3, 1992
Following Dave McKean's series of covers, Kent outdoes himself with a remarable series of his own. The figures in this one also appear in 'The Front,'
from Kent's War Prayer series of paintings.Hellblazer #39, 1991
Kent does the Brothers Grimm, with Lynn Parrish.Epic Illustrated #33, 1985
Vertigo's horror anthology series featured a short by Kent as well as this cover.
Flinch #6, 1999
An excerpt from David Mamet's first novel was accompanied by this outstanding illustration.Playboy Magazine, 1994
|The Canine Connection|
A great painting in an unlikely place.
Accompanied an article on workplace drug policies.Security Management, 1994
|Drawings & Monotypes|
An incredible collection of figure work. One of my favorite art books.Kent Williams: Drawings & Monotypes, 1991
Probably the 'artsiest' Wolverine has ever been. You can almost forget that it's a Wolverine book.
Wolverine: Killing, 1993
Kent showcased on the cover of the North Carolina Literary Review. This huge painting is owned by a famous actor. Damn.
North Carolina Literary Review, 1997
A recent billboard painted by Kent on display
in Los Angeles.Billboard, 2005