Comics Ought to Be More Mainstream: Why I Chose to Self-Publish With Amazon and How it’s Gone for Me I have to admit, I don’t always enjoy telling people that I make comic books. Not because I’m embarrassed, but because there seems to be a general lack of public awareness as to what a comic […]

So this is a continuation of the general discussion of digital comics. Over at the amazing boingboing.net there was a post of a video featuring Pablo Defendini all about letting digital comics customize themselves to fit whatever your particular screen is. It’s a great video and really starts to hint at what comics can be […]

So a post today about other people’s posts. For whatever reason there has been a lot of news today on the digital comics fronts. First over at Engadget there is a story about the increase in tablet ownership. I find this significant because while I personally do not like reading comics on a computer or […]

In a little bit of an experiment for The Comic Archive I present to you a teaser trailer for Dean Haspiel and Tim Hall‘s upcoming story, “The Last Mortician”. You’ll be able to read the story this October on tor.com and there will be a behind the scenes featurette here on The Comic Archive shortly […]

Artist Khary Randolph lets us in on his hybrid digital process, which combines the best of both worlds using both a wacom cintiq and regular old fashioned pencil and paper.