Mark Millar is one of the creators who has seen his creator owned work doing very well in the digital comics realm.  Comixology has books like Wanted high on their charts.  But that doesn’t mean that everything is perfect.  Over at his forums Mark took the time to talk with his fans about what the […]

Filmed last year around the time of the release of his graphic novel “Wilson” at a Strand Bookstore in NYC, this video is a peek into the mind of a great auteur of the independent comics scene. Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5 via BoingBoing

Here is a compilation video of timelapse photography of artists working.  Jill Thompson paints a page of Magic Trixie, Bill Reinhold inks a page of Batman and Doug Klauba paints a Phantom cover.  Not much to say other than I love timelapse footage of artists creating pages.  It makes it seems so easy. via Spidey1955 […]

This is the 100th post on The Comic Archive.  To celebrate here is an old video of Stan Lee interviewing Jim Lee, who at the time was just starting WildCats at the newly formed Image Comics.  I remember watching this series and trying glean as much as I could about how to make comics. Ejnoy! […]

The folks over at Comics Alliance have been doing a really wonderful job reporting on digital comics distribution.  David Brothers spent some time looking at comicxology’s sales numbers and compared them with print sales figure.  The results are very interesting and show a definite divide between the two areas of comics distribution. A quick glance […]