The recent documentary profiling writer Grant Morrison is well worth the watch, and it’s available on Hulu to peruse. Within the documentary is a section detailing Morrison’s process for writing which is a must see. Watch the whole documentary HERE and support the filmmakers HERE.

Two of the greatest living comic book writers got together to talk, under the guise of speaking about Grant Morrison’s new book, “Supergods”, but ultimately it becomes a fascinating peek into two towering masters of their craft talking about their chosen medium. Here’s an excerpt: NG: Whenever I see you now, you are this glorious […]

Todd Klein, one of the great letterers out there, shared a peak behind the “Fables” curtain over at his blog. At the San Diego con this year, inker Steve Leialoha showed me some of the original art for FABLES, and I found it intriguing for several reasons. First, Bucky is working almost at printed size […]

Yanick Paquette, a favorite here at The Comic Archive, has shared a breakdown of the steps for the cover to Batman Incorporated #1 on his deviantart page. Glorious high resolution jpegs let us in on his process, which was his first digitally pencilled book using a cintiq. The initial sketch:

In the last ten years or so digital drawing tools have been becoming more and more of a staple in a comic book artist’s toolkit. Even if the drawing isn’t done completely in the digital environment pages will be scanned in and at the very least polished up in photoshop. Here Wes Craig talks about […]