Shea Hennum has some thoughts on “What We Talk About When We Talk About Money In Comics” at Loser City.
The New York Times profiles artist Fiona Staples and talks with her about her work on the new Archie comic and Saga. Also, she answers their, “Are you a Betty or a Veronica?”question just fine.
At The Nib, Ronald Wimberley tells a story and elucidates the implications of being asked to lighten a character’s skin tone for a Wolverine And the X-Men jam comic.
At Comics Alliance, Chris Sims talk abouts the art of lettering in comics. “Comic book lettering is up there with inking and coloring in the holy trinity of underrated comic book skills, but it’s also one of those things that, once you start paying attention to it, you’ll […]
The New York Times profiles Archie Comics’ new creative director, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Aguirre-Sacasa scripted both the recent Afterlife With Archie and the Archie/Glee crossover and he is also a screenwriter and playwright.
Paul Jenkins explains why he’s leaving DC and Marvel in an open letter at CBR. Bleeding Cool interviews Jenkins about what’s wrong at DC and Marvel and what’s right at Boom! Studios. (Thanks, Mark!)