An old favorite here at the comic archive, JG Jones has been turning out beautiful work for years. While doing a commission of The Flash at NYCC he spoke to us about his time in comics.

On Jim Shooter’s always informative blog he talks about what it means to be an editor and how he approached his job, particularly when he was at Marvel. Here is an excerpt: The job of a comics editor, as I was taught, is part business, part creative. An editor manages the business directly related to […]

Epic comics was a precursor to many things we take for granted these days. Like creator owned comics being published by large companies. Over at Jim Shooter’s blog he recounts the origins of the imprint while he was Editor in Chief. Here’s an excerpt: Straight from Mike’s office I went to Archie Goodwin’s office. I […]

Jim Shooter, who has been instrumental to comics for some time; serving as writer, artist and editor in chief of Marvel from ’78 to ’87; has started a blog devoted to telling stories about his storied career in comics.  There isn’t too much up there yet, but even the small bit that he has posted […]

@RayCarsillo interviews the legendary Jim Shooter.  Jim has been directly and indirectly responsible for so many comics it boggles the mind.