Every comic book artist uses a different set of tools to create their work. Here Marvel Comics artist Paolo Rivera talks about what he uses for both his painted covers and inked drawings.

At Frank Quitely’s Facebook page someone has posted a video of Frank and Mark Millar talking about breaking into comics, how it was for them and how it’s changed today. A great watch.

Paolo Rivera has enjoyed a long career at Marvel Comics starting out with them when he was still in art school.  Here is his story of how exactly he got into the comics biz.

Joe Quesada makes sure to periodically step away from the editorial desk to get back to his artistic roots with an occasional mini-series or cover art. Recently he drew the cover to Venom #1. Over on his twitter feed he gave readers a behind the scenes look at what he did and the fine folks […]

Kevin Nowlan is an artist whose work inspires and terrifies at the same time. I always think “how did he do that?” He’s back drawing interiors for the upcoming Hellboy: Buster Oakley Gets His Wish. I for one cannot wait for this. Over at Newsarama they sat down with the famed artist to talk about […]