Erin Finnegan, over at her tumblr, has posted a simplified graphic taking a very broad view of the history of American and Japanese comics, focusing on the genres that each are dominated by. Interesting to me is the idea that at a certain point in both American and Japanese comics there were a huge proliferation […]

Having written comics for over forty years, scripting over a thousand issues, Denny O’Neil has seen his fair share of scripts pass his desk. He talks about the tools he has used over the years and how that has effected his writing process. Denny O’Neil Compares Writing on Typewriters and Computers from The Comic Archive […]

The great people over at The Comics Alliance have posted a video from the far off land of 1981.  It’s a BBC documentary about Superman in all his glory.

This morning Paul Levitz stopped by the studio to appear on NPR’s “On Point” to talk about comics history and to promote his new book “75 Years of DC Comics”.  A very interesting listen as callers ask questions ranging from Marvel vs DC to comics as modern myth.  The program should be up momentarily and […]

When Denny O’Neil started working for DC Comics, Julie Schwartz was already an established figure in the editorial department.  Working together they reinvigorated Green Lantern and Green Arrow.  Here O’Neil talks about first meeting Schwartz and the ensuing relationship and comics they had together. When Denny O’Neil met Julie Schwartz from The Comic Archive on […]