Chip Kidd, the prolific graphic designer, author and editor, commissioned some one of a kind collections of original artwork from All-Star Superman #10, Batman & Robin #2 and a story from the Japanese Batman comics. Here he shows off the impressive results.

Over at DC’s blog, The Source, artist Francesco Francavilla takes us behind the scenes of his latest cover for Detective Comics. Since everyone seemed to enjoy our previous “making of” the Detective cover, here’s another look behind the curtains for the new cover of Detective 874, out this week (we decided to showcase a new […]

Bleeding Cool has a great story about how production proofs for Detective Comics #27, the first appearance of Batman, were found. Every time you think you’ve seen it all when it comes to original comic book art something turns up to prove that you haven’t. Exhibit A for that rule today is the Heritage Auctions […]

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.

Here is a compilation video of timelapse photography of artists working.  Jill Thompson paints a page of Magic Trixie, Bill Reinhold inks a page of Batman and Doug Klauba paints a Phantom cover.  Not much to say other than I love timelapse footage of artists creating pages.  It makes it seems so easy. via Spidey1955 […]