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.

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 […]

Here’s a little POV camera of Phil Jimenez, penciller of Wonder Woman, Infinite Crisis, Amazing Spiderman and too many other great books to list, working on a page for DC’s Adventure Comics. The video is ever so slightly NSFW as Phil has an anatomy book open on his drawing table. Phil Jimenez Draws a Page […]

Golden Age comics are hard to come by, but you can bid on copies of Superman 1, 2 and 3 which are going up for auction right now.  From BleedingCool: It’s not often that copies of Superman #1, #2 and #3 come onto the market. It’s even less often that they come on all at […]