A favorite here at the archive, Dave Johnson has created some of the most iconic covers during his career. In between drawing commissions at NYCC he talked about his career, his tools and his work. As a bonus watch him draw Bride of Frankenstein!

Cover artist Jenny Frison took some time while promoting her upcoming work with Dark Horse to talk about her journey through comics.

“Starborn” and Charismagic” artist Khary Randolph shows off his work studio, what he keeps close at hand while creating his artwork.

Bleeding Cool took the time to gather up all the relavent tweets from Marvel’s head honcho, Joe Quesada, who shared in immaculate detail an anniversary cover he drew for Fantastic Four. Here are a few snippets: There is an amazing amount of detail covering how he uses a cintiq to rough out and begin his […]

Over at Dark Horse’s blog they’re released some behind the scenes making of material for the upcoming variant cover to “BPRD: Hell on Earth” from artist Francesco Francavilla. Once again, doing multiple sketches provides a wider array of elements to choose from, and Mike, Scott, and Daniel liked some elements from the first sketch (action […]