The folks over at The Comics Journal did a very in depth interview with writer/artist Brandon Graham, whose King City for Image is a fan, and creator, favorite. He covers many things, openign up quite a lot about his family life and his relationship with comics. Here’s an excerpt: GRAHAM: And I don’t even know […]

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 […]

Wes Craig, comic book writer and artist, describes the steps and methodology behind his artistic process, from roughing out a page to inking it.

Alan Moore is one of the undisputed greats among not just living comics creators, but pretty much through the history of the modern comic. Here he is being interviewed in 2008 by Street Law Productions and LJ Pindling talking about what he would tell aspiring writers and artists about the industry.

One of the first interviews conducted for The Comic Archive was with Richard Starkings, one of the heralds of digital comics lettering and co-founder of Comicraft with partner John “JG” Roshell. The duo spent some time talking to the fine folks at The Outhousers about their craft. Here is an excerpt: IH: In the last […]