A long time favorite here at The Comic Archive, Phil Noto has been keeping himself busy. Right now he has just wrapped up on a series of paintings celebrating some of his favorite films called 35mm which are going on display at the BOLD HYPE GALLERY, 547 W. 27th St 5th Fl, New York, NY […]

Scott Williams has been inking comics for over twenty years. Best known for his work with Jim Lee, Scott was a staple of the “Image” look that was so prominent during the 90’s and influenced a new generation of inkers and pencillers alike. Over at Sequart, who are producing a documentary on Image Comics, they […]

Jason Pearson’s facebook page has been an interesting place to be lately. To put it mildly. Over the winter the fan favorite artist posted about how the lack of work was getting the better of him. Fans and pros alike tried to show their support for him. Well after some time with a little bit […]

Bleeding Cool has reported that comics veteran Joe Kubert has passed. I can’t claim that I was close with Joe Kubert; we never worked together; I didn’t attend his school; but I can say that he was one of the kindest and most giving individuals I had the great honor of meeting. Back before this […]

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 […]