Scott Williams has been inking comics for over twenty years. Best known for his work with Jim Lee, Scott was a staple of the “Image” look that was so prominent during the 90’s and influenced a new generation of inkers and pencillers alike. Over at Sequart, who are producing a documentary on Image Comics, they […]

Over at Bleeding Cool Rich Johnston has scored a video showing off DC’s new initiative. For those who have not heard, DC will be relaunching their titles with new #1 issues, designed to be jumping on points. Many characters are starting from scratch, many have new costumes, and even some old WIldstorm characters are being […]

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.

The Comics Code Authority, a self imposed guideline for publishing that was a direct reaction to Fredrick Wertham’s “The Seduction of the Innocent” and the media and judicial scrutiny that followed, is seemingly on its way out.  Under Joe Quesada Marvel had stopped using the comics code approval stamp, electing to rate their own books […]

This is the 100th post on The Comic Archive.  To celebrate here is an old video of Stan Lee interviewing Jim Lee, who at the time was just starting WildCats at the newly formed Image Comics.  I remember watching this series and trying glean as much as I could about how to make comics. Ejnoy! […]