Todd Klien is easily one of the top of his field.  Lettering is a subtle and overlooked artform that greatly contributes to the experience of reading a comic.  On his blog Todd has taken time to look at the evolution of “Strange Adventures”, a DC book of yesteryear. At the end of the 1940s super-hero […]

Michael Murphey heads up iVerse, the digital comics company who has teamed up with Diamond Distributors to bring the world of digital distribution to the traditional local comics shop. Over at Robot 6 Murphey explains a little bit more about Diamond Digital, how it will work and what you should expect. Brigid: I’m still trying […]

Rick Geary’s singular style has been gracing comic book pages since the 70’s. Here he talks about breaking into comics and how his career evolved from there. Artist Rick Geary Describes Starting Out in Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

This is a slightly older video, from 2009, but Jim Lee took a little footage of his home office and posted it to youtube. It’s great seeing the wall of books and the drawing board where he has created so many amazing images.

Writer/Artist Rick Geary takes some time to draw a portrait of silent film actress Louise Brooks, who was actually a relative of Rick’s.  Show here in timelapse. Timelapse of Rick Geary Drawing a Portrait of Louise Brooks from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.