While this is not a new video posted, it is a great one, and new to me. Here comics master Neal Adams shows off his artistic chops as he works on a watercolor painting of Supergirl.

The fine folks at Sequart Research & Literacy Organization are raising money through Kickstarter.com (the very same organization that birthed The Comic Archive) to fund a new documentary exploring the infamous Frederic Wertham, known to comics readers as the author of “Seduction of the Innocent”. For those unfamiliar with Dr. Wertham and his book, in […]

Without commentary on the legal proceedings between Jack Kirby’s family and their quest to terminate copyrights on the creations of Jack Kirby, I have to say that the process is revealing a ton of really interesting facts about working at Marvel in the silver age of comics.  Bleeding Cool has some transcripts of the depositions […]

Kirby Dynamics did a bit of CSI sleuthing, taking an original page of Fantastic Four #74 and looking at some of the production processes.

Todd Klien is easily one of the top of his field.  Lettering is a subtle and overlooked artform that greatly contributes to the experience of reading a comic.  On his blog Todd has taken time to look at the evolution of “Strange Adventures”, a DC book of yesteryear. At the end of the 1940s super-hero […]