Todd Klien is easily one of the top of his field.  Lettering is a subtle and overlooked artform that greatly contributes to the experience of reading a comic.  On his blog Todd has taken time to look at the evolution of “Strange Adventures”, a DC book of yesteryear. At the end of the 1940s super-hero […]

This is a slightly older video, from 2009, but Jim Lee took a little footage of his home office and posted it to youtube. It’s great seeing the wall of books and the drawing board where he has created so many amazing images.

Phil Jimenez has been making comics for a living for 20 years, first starting when he was 21. Over the course of his career his style and skills have changed and improved and adapted. Here he talks about evolving as an artist. The Evolution of Phil Jimenez’s Art from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

For 20 years Phil Jimenez has been entertaining comics readers.  And for 20 years he’s been using some of the same tools.  Here he talks about exactly what those tools are as well as what you can find in his work space on any given day. Phil Jimenez on Tools and Drawing Tables from The […]

Current Adventure Comics artist Phil Jimenez recounts his love of comics growing up and his decision to pursue it as a career and how he made it all happen. A must see for all aspiring artists. Phil Jimenez’s Road to Comic Books from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.