Artist Phil Jimenez talks here about what goes through his head when he looks at a comic book script and how he goes about both honoring that script and bringing it to life on the page.

Rich Johnston has been circling comics like a hawk for some time now.  He has been responsible for getting many of us our comic book gossip fix on a weekly basis.  I first started reading Rich’s columns when he was doing weekly installments of Lying in The Gutters for Comic Book Resources and have been […]

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 […]

Rick Geary’s singular style has been gracing comic book pages since the 70’s. Here he talks about breaking into comics and how his career evolved from there. Artist Rick Geary Describes Starting Out in Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Having written comics for over forty years, scripting over a thousand issues, Denny O’Neil has seen his fair share of scripts pass his desk. He talks about the tools he has used over the years and how that has effected his writing process. Denny O’Neil Compares Writing on Typewriters and Computers from The Comic Archive […]