Denny O’Neil worked as an editor at both Marvel and DC Comics, overseeing such events as Batman’s Knightfall where Batman’s back was broken and a replacement stepped in. Here Denny describes the job of editor, what he tried to do and what challenges there are.

Denny O’Neil describes his job as an Editor from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Cameron Stewart has shifted his workflow from paper and pen to a cintiq and a mac. On his blog he talks about working on the latest issue of Batman & Robin using his digital tools, posting a great number of images from the book.

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Once a staple of pen & ink hand lettering, the Ames Guide is no longer a part of the day to day lettering, with digital lettering taking over.  But take a trip down memory lane, or find out what you missed!

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Art Thibert has been inking comics since the 80’s. Here he talks about his current process for inking comics, incorporating some digital processes among his traditional methods. He also talks about his relationship with the pencillers and what that collaboration is like.

Art Thibert talks about his Inking Process from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Here we see Stan “The Man” Lee seeing some original artwork from his early days writing the Fantastic Four.

Maddalena had gotten his hands on the original artwork to Fantastic Four #12 from 1963, which featured the first meeting of the Hulk and the Fantastic Four and is apparently the first crossover in the Marvel Universe ever.

The thing that astonished Lee the most? His own notes scribbled along the margins of the artwork, which he considers just as rare as the artwork itself, since they were usually erased.

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