Denny O’Neil was editor for the Batman comics when Knightfall, the story where Batman’s back was broken, took the Batman line over for a year. Here he talks about the mega-event and about the genesis and execution of Knightfall. Denny O’Neil Talks Knightfall and Mega-Events in Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Comixology, one of the prominent figures in digital comics distribution, is expanding their reach, so that brick & mortar comics retailers can utilize comixology’s digital comics.  Retailers will be able to add a digital component to their websites that feeds to comixology, allowing traditional local comic shops to take advantage of the digital distribution dollars.  […]

Having written comics for over forty years, scripting over a thousand issues, Denny O’Neil has seen his fair share of scripts pass his desk. He talks about the tools he has used over the years and how that has effected his writing process. Denny O’Neil Compares Writing on Typewriters and Computers from The Comic Archive […]

Where you work, the physical space you’re in when you try to create, is for many as important a tool as anything else. Jason Aaron writes about how once he had a room in his house that he could call office, his productivity went through the roof. I wasn’t always so lucky. For the first […]

This december saw the torch passed on my favorite NYC comic shop, Cosmic Comics on 23rd street. Before the shop closed I sat down with owner Mark Friedman to talk about the shop. Here he talks about how it was starting the shop and why he did it. How Cosmic Comics in NYC Came To […]