Phil Jimenez has been making comics for a living for 20 years, first starting when he was 21. Over the course of his career his style and skills have changed and improved and adapted. Here he talks about evolving as an artist. The Evolution of Phil Jimenez’s Art from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Diamond Distributors, the main distributors of print comics, announced today that they are adding a digital arm. Dubbed “Diamond Digital” this will allow brick & mortar retailers to sell digital comics. From Bleeding Cool: First, participating comics will be sold day and date exclusively through comic shop websites only, for thirty days, for $1.99. You […]

For 20 years Phil Jimenez has been entertaining comics readers.  And for 20 years he’s been using some of the same tools.  Here he talks about exactly what those tools are as well as what you can find in his work space on any given day. Phil Jimenez on Tools and Drawing Tables from The […]

Over at Robot 6, Ted Adams of IDW talks about the publisher’s digital initiatives and where things stand. While they are seeing new readership from the new digital distribution it hasn’t effected their print sales. Even still IDW is emphatically deciding not to publish digital book day and date with their print counterparts. Ted Adams: […]

Current Adventure Comics artist Phil Jimenez recounts his love of comics growing up and his decision to pursue it as a career and how he made it all happen. A must see for all aspiring artists. Phil Jimenez’s Road to Comic Books from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.