Over at Comics Alliance they asked a few creators what software they use to make their magic.  Check out the results! With an equipment threshold consisting of just a pencil and paper, creating comics remains one of the world’s most encouraging and accessible mediums for telling a story. At some point, though, those with the […]

Cameron Stewart has shifted his workflow from paper and pen to a cintiq and a mac. On his blog he talks about working on the latest issue of Batman & Robin using his digital tools, posting a great number of images from the book. Click HERE for full post. via Daily DCU

Once a staple of pen & ink hand lettering, the Ames Guide is no longer a part of the day to day lettering, with digital lettering taking over.  But take a trip down memory lane, or find out what you missed! Click HERE via Steve Flack

Here we see Stan “The Man” Lee seeing some original artwork from his early days writing the Fantastic Four. Maddalena had gotten his hands on the original artwork to Fantastic Four #12 from 1963, which featured the first meeting of the Hulk and the Fantastic Four and is apparently the first crossover in the Marvel […]

Just a reminder for those folks who like to watch videos on youtube, The Comic Archive has a channel there which has almost all our videos. Check it out HERE.