One of the first interviews conducted for The Comic Archive was with Richard Starkings, one of the heralds of digital comics lettering and co-founder of Comicraft with partner John “JG” Roshell. The duo spent some time talking to the fine folks at The Outhousers about their craft. Here is an excerpt: IH: In the last […]

Over at his blog master letterer and graphic designer Todd Klein shares another of his amazing logo studies. This time is focuses on his commission to create a logo for a relaunch of Ka-Zar for Marvel Comics back in the 90’s. Here are some excerpts: In 1996 I was asked by then Marvel editor Matt […]

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.

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 […]

This is the 100th post on The Comic Archive.  To celebrate here is an old video of Stan Lee interviewing Jim Lee, who at the time was just starting WildCats at the newly formed Image Comics.  I remember watching this series and trying glean as much as I could about how to make comics. Ejnoy! […]