Designing a page of sequential art can be the hardest part of the process. Here penciller Phil Jimenez shows his process, revealing the transition from thumbnail sketches to finished pencils. Phil Jimenez Shares His Page Layout Process from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

While working on a page for Adventure Comics Phil Jimenez talks about laying out character blocking as it relates to putting dialogue on a page. Phil Jimenez at his Drawing Table Talking Tools, Inking and Color from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

This morning Paul Levitz stopped by the studio to appear on NPR’s “On Point” to talk about comics history and to promote his new book “75 Years of DC Comics”.  A very interesting listen as callers ask questions ranging from Marvel vs DC to comics as modern myth.  The program should be up momentarily and […]

Taschen has just published a giant tome (that’s the only word I can think of to describe this book) chronicling the history of DC Comics. I saw a copy at the comic shop and this thing is massive. From DC’s The Source: It’s finally here! Clocking in at nearly 15 pounds and with 720 pages, […]