Richard Starkings might have built his reputation through editing Marvel UK then spearheading digital lettering in comics, but these days he spends much of his time devoted to Hip Flask and the Elephantmen, which has been living at Image Comics.  The series has been a consistantly quality book, both on the writing as well as […]

The work of french artist Moebius (real name Jean Giraud) is a treasure of sequential art and illustration.  At a recent visit to the US to speak at the Creative Talent Network Animation Expo the LA Times was able to sit down with Giraud and talk about his life and his work.  Here is a […]

Today the first issue of Nonplayer hits stands.  I don’t remember this much buzz surrounding a comic from a fresh creator in some time.  Joe Keatinge at iFanboy takes some substantial time with Nate Simpson to talk about his rise to fame and how the book has affected his life.  It’s a great read and […]

Over at his blog master letterer and graphic designer Todd Klein shares another of his amazing logo studies. This time is focuses on his commission to create a logo for a relaunch of Ka-Zar for Marvel Comics back in the 90’s. Here are some excerpts: In 1996 I was asked by then Marvel editor Matt […]

The fine folks at Sequart Research & Literacy Organization are raising money through Kickstarter.com (the very same organization that birthed The Comic Archive) to fund a new documentary exploring the infamous Frederic Wertham, known to comics readers as the author of “Seduction of the Innocent”. For those unfamiliar with Dr. Wertham and his book, in […]