Where you work, the physical space you’re in when you try to create, is for many as important a tool as anything else. Jason Aaron writes about how once he had a room in his house that he could call office, his productivity went through the roof. I wasn’t always so lucky. For the first […]

Over at the Bendis Boards fans were treated to writer Dan Slott showing off a bit of his finished scripts for various Marvel books. I’ve gotten a number of requests for both sample scripts/plots AND for peeks at dead/killed projects. And who am I to say no to Jinxworld posters? So starting today I thought […]

Even when I ask an editor what their job is I never get the same response twice.  Here writer Jason Aaron talks about his experiences with editors and what he sees as their job. From CBR: Good question, Jared, and the answer really depends on what sort of company you’re working with and what sort […]

When Denny O’Neil started working for DC Comics, Julie Schwartz was already an established figure in the editorial department.  Working together they reinvigorated Green Lantern and Green Arrow.  Here O’Neil talks about first meeting Schwartz and the ensuing relationship and comics they had together. When Denny O’Neil met Julie Schwartz from The Comic Archive on […]

Early in Denny O’Neil’s career he was hired by the great Dick Giordano to write for the Charlton Comics line of books. Here he talks about meeting Giordano, taking on a pseudonym and moving over to DC. Denny O’Neil talks about working for Giordano at Charlton Comics from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.