While inker Mark Morales still inks using very traditional tools, aspects of the digital world have crept into his workflow. Specifically delivering pages to his editor. Here he talks about what it was like before scanning and email.

Veteran inker Mark Morales, seen here inking a cover over Shane Davis pencils, has been working in comics for quite some time. Here he talks about what tools he uses to ink and bit about his career in comics.

Erin Finnegan, over at her tumblr, has posted a simplified graphic taking a very broad view of the history of American and Japanese comics, focusing on the genres that each are dominated by. Interesting to me is the idea that at a certain point in both American and Japanese comics there were a huge proliferation […]

Comics Ought to Be More Mainstream: Why I Chose to Self-Publish With Amazon and How it’s Gone for Me I have to admit, I don’t always enjoy telling people that I make comic books. Not because I’m embarrassed, but because there seems to be a general lack of public awareness as to what a comic […]

While at the Boston Comic Con Mr. Dante Luna took the opportunity to interview legends Frank Quitely, Adam Hughes, Art Adams and Joe Kubert about working in comics. Breaking in and what it’s like once you are in. Well worth the watch. via YouTube