Name:

    Al Williamson Type: GCD Official (type is deprecated)

Other Names:

  1. Alfonso Type: Given (birth) (type is deprecated)

Schools:

  1. Cartoonists and Illustrators School ? to ?

  2. Pratt Institute [Brooklyn] ? to ?


Signatures:

  1. A. W. [generic]
  2. Al W [generic]
  3. Al Williamson [generic]
  4. AL WiLLiAMSON
  5. AW [generic]
  6. Williamson [generic]

Awards:

  1. 1966: Alley Awards - Best Pencil Work
  2. 1966: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Comic Book Division
  3. 1984: Inkpot Award - [no name]
  4. 1988: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  5. 1989: Eisner Award - Best Art Team
  6. 1989: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  7. 1990: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  8. 1990: Harvey Award - The Jack Kirby Hall of Fame
  9. 1991: Eisner Award - Best Inker
  10. 1991: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  11. 1991: Harvey Award - The Jack Kirby Hall of Fame
  12. 1992: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  13. 1992: Harvey Award - The Jack Kirby Hall of Fame
  14. 1992: Premios Haxtur (Haxtur Awards) - Author That We Loved
  15. 1993: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  16. 1994: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  17. 1995: Harvey Award - Best Inker
  18. 1997: Eisner Award - Best Inker
  19. 2000: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame - Voter's Choices
  20. 2010: Inkwell Awards - The Sinnott Hall of Fame Award

Art Influences:

Al Williamson (b. 1931) stated influences by:
  1. Alex Raymond (b. 1909)
Influences by Al Williamson (b. 1931) were stated by:
  1. Eduardo Barreto (b. 1954)
  2. Frank Brunner (b. 1949)
  3. Kim DeMulder (b. 1955)
  4. Steve Epting (b. 1963)
  5. Ken Feduniewicz (b. 1951)
  6. Kerry Gammill (b. 1954)
  7. Mike Grell (b. 1947)
  8. Bo Hampton (b. 1954)
  9. Chris Ivy (b. 1964)
  10. Bruce Jones (b. 1944)
  11. Rick Magyar (b. 1954)
  12. Will Meugniot (b. 1951)
  13. Gray Morrow (b. 1934)
  14. Tom Palmer (b. 1942)
  15. Eric Powell (b. 1975)
  16. Rodney Ramos (b. 19??)
  17. Joe Rubinstein (b. 1958)
  18. Mark Schultz (b. 1955)
  19. Ronn Sutton (b. 1952)
  20. John Totleben (b. 1958)
  21. Mike Vosburg (b. 1947)
  22. Lee Weeks (b. 1962)
  23. Tom Yeates (b. 1955)