Erin Finnegan, over at her tumblr, has posted a simplified graphic taking a very broad view of the history of American and Japanese comics, focusing on the genres that each are dominated by. Interesting to me is the idea that at a certain point in both American and Japanese comics there were a huge proliferation […]

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 […]

One of Chip Kidd’s recent comics related works was “Bat-Manga: The Secret History of Batman in Japan”. It focused on one year’s worth of comics by Japanese artist Jiro Kuwata, made in the late 60’s. Here Kidd talks about the genesis and execution of the project.

Chip Kidd has been able to turn a childhood love of comic books in to a career. Here he talks about his early days and exposure to comics.

Chip Kidd, the prolific graphic designer, author and editor, commissioned some one of a kind collections of original artwork from All-Star Superman #10, Batman & Robin #2 and a story from the Japanese Batman comics. Here he shows off the impressive results.